New Region Extends Services with Highest Levels of Security
Zenoss Inc., the leader in intelligent application and service monitoring, today announced it has launched a Zenoss Cloud zone for the Oceania region. This means all U.S. and EMEA-based Zenoss Cloud services will be available from a dedicated instance in Sydney, Australia. The Sydney site was selected because it offers the highest standards of data protection, having achieved certified strategic status for cloud services under the Australian Government’s Hosting Certification Framework (HCF). The HCF provides guidance to government customers to identify cloud providers that meet enhanced privacy, sovereignty and security requirements. This means the company’s security controls meet the requirements set by the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA), which ensures the secure management of critical infrastructure, supply chains, government data and systems.
In addition to HCF, Google Cloud maintains an Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) certification, which confirms that Google Cloud’s security controls meet the requirements prescribed by the cloud security guidance issued by the Australian Cyber Security Center. Attaining IRAP certification confirms that Google Cloud Platform’s physical, personnel and information security controls meet the requirements prescribed by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD). As a part of this certification, Google Cloud Platform has been added to the ASD’s Certified Cloud Services List (CCSL).
Zenoss Cloud is the first SaaS-based intelligent IT monitoring platform that streams and normalizes all machine data, uniquely enabling the emergence of context for preventing service disruptions in complex, modern IT environments. Zenoss Cloud leverages the most powerful machine learning and real-time analytics of streaming data to deliver full-stack monitoring combined with AIOps, giving companies the ability to scale and adapt to the changing needs of their businesses.
“This expansion is another stepping stone in meeting customers’ needs around the world,” said Trent Fitz, chief product officer for Zenoss. “With multiple dedicated instances already in North America and EMEA, expanding to Australia will provide the region with the only full-stack monitoring AIOps solution that meets the highest levels of data protection.”
With the global demand for full-stack monitoring AIOps sharply increasing, Zenoss continues to launch zones in additional regions. The Zenoss Cloud Oceania region will be generally available to all customers on March 27.
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