Red Lambda eyes way to crack cloud provider complexity

Red Lambda eyes way to crack cloud provider complexity New IT security and monitoring software platform is designed to manage cloud services data Software firm Red Lambda has today announced an early release programme for its new MetaGrid security and operational intelligence software platform. Powered by the companys AppIron grid computing platform, MetaGrid is designed to unify operational silos and situational awareness, visualise and analyse network security and operational anomalies, and automate IT operations across so-called 'Big Data' environments, like those of cloud services providers. The company said MetaGrid's first four (unnamed) customers currently deployed under the early release programme work in network and cloud infrastructure, social web, and government contractor arenas. Although these early adopters operate in different industries, they all face the same challenge of handling and making sense of unprecedented data volumes and mitigating increased security risks the faster the data grows.

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