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October 1, 2018

On The Forefront Of Israeli Cybersecurity Innovation And Investment Strategy

Alcide is a startup developing a unique security platform for modern age data centers being built on hybrid cloud architecture. It is a multi-platform, multi cloud security solution that brings simple and consolidated cloud ops. protection.

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September 24, 2018

The Hybrid Cloud and Why DevOps Teams Need Unified Stack Observability

The modern data center is constantly evolving to keep up with the demands of always-on, anywhere computing. Long gone are the days of monolithic, on-premises data centers. Today, the computing modus operandi is that of the hybrid cloud.

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July 17, 2018

Beautiful Visualization: Towards a Deeper Visualization for the Data Center

While organizational solutions, such as DevSecOps, exist to improve coordination between the various teams responsible for specific elements of infrastructure management, a fundamental problem remains: visibility (or a lack thereof).

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July 11, 2018

Alcide Announces New Release of its Cloud-Native Security Platform for Modern Data Center and Cloud Environments

New features include Slack integration, Serverless support and a Threat Intelligence Feed

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July 3, 2018

Containers Break the Shared Responsibility Model Between Cloud Providers and Ops

Last month, a critical vulnerability in the basic Linux network infrastructure was discovered by Felix Wilhelm from Google’s Security Team and disclosed by Red Hat product security. Our CTO & co-founder sheds some light on this.

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July 1, 2018

Secure Hybrid Cloud with Alcide

The benefits of the hybrid cloud and DevOps are both well known. But what happens when these two models intersect? Often DevOps and Security teams struggle to account for the added complexity introduced by hybrid configurations. Luckily for them, Alcide has the answers, as CEO Ranny Nachmias explains.

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