New Azure Marketplace Pay-As-You-Go Billing for Trend Micro Deep Security as a Service
Cloud adoption continues to rise as organizations reduce their data center footprint, look to cloud native technologies to improve their application design and output, and strive to improve scalability and management of resources and systems.
In a recent survey conducted by analyst firm ESG, 87% of respondents indicated that they currently run production applications and workloads on a public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service platform. However only 10% of respondents run more than half of their workloads in the cloud. This means that while cloud adoption is on the rise, businesses are still heavily vested in on-premises and hybrid-cloud environments.
With all this change comes the task of understanding how best to secure new cloud technologies and environments, while maintaining protection for traditional server platforms against threats and risks which present both technical and cost challenges.
So, what options does your business have to tackle this?
Trend Micro is excited to announce pay-as-you-go billing with its leading cloud solution, Deep Security as a Service (DSaaS) on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. As a launch partner for pay-as-you-go billing at Microsoft’s Inspire 2019 conference, Trend Micro’s offering enables organizations to combine the benefits of security software-as-a-service (SaaS) with the convenience of usage-based metered pricing and consolidated cloud billing.
“Providing Trend Micro’s Deep Security as a Service offering through Azure Marketplace gives customers more ways to enable, automate, and orchestrate cloud security,” said Jeana Jorgensen, GM, Cloud and AI for Microsoft. “Customers can pay for only what they use with Trend Micro’s flexible, metered pricing or negotiate more a more traditional enterprise agreement using private offers while enjoying a consolidated bill for software and cloud infrastructure.”
Trend Micro Deep Security as a Service is purpose built to deliver a multi-layered automated approach to protect hybrid cloud workloads and container environments against known and unknown threats. Deep Security’s capabilities include network controls such as a host firewall and Intrusion Prevention/Detection (IPS) to shield servers and web applications from vulnerabilities and exploits. Deep Security also has system security capabilities such as log inspection, application control to detect and lockdown unauthorized executables, and real-time integrity monitoring to alert the security team of any suspicious or unexpected changes to registry values, registry keys, services, processes, installed software, ports, or files.
Additionally, Deep Security provides this same complete protection for your containers, with real-time malware protection, container vulnerability shielding, full traffic inspection for both North-South and East-West traffic between containers, as well as network and system controls, extending protection to the container and Kubernetes platforms. This also helps to meet compliance obligations across major regulations and industry guidelines, like PCI DSS, HIPAA, NIST, GDPR and more from within one trusted security solution.
Microsoft’s new Azure Marketplace offerings and billing methods allow IT and developers a means to quickly identify what software-as-a-service offerings they need and pay only for what is consumed with no additional costs. This makes purchasing easy for customers, with one transaction and a single invoice helping to remove friction across budget planning, capacity, and scaling.
“Our priority is to make cloud security as effortless as possible, which starts by meeting IT users and developers where they are and then offering comfortable usage and pricing options,” said Sanjay Mehta, SVP, Business Development & Strategic Alliances at Trend Micro. “Trend Micro is proud to continue our close relationship with Microsoft Azure as one of its top global security partners. Being part of their consumption-based billing launch for SaaS offerings helps customers looking to secure workloads and containers through their Azure instances.”
Trend Micro’s Deep Security as a Service will provide Microsoft Azure customers a fully hosted security management experience, starting at only $0.01 per workload per hour.
Learn more visit https://www.trendmicro.com/azure/
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