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Threat Stack has expanded its host-level support to include Windows Server OS.
With full support for Windows Server, Threat Stack is further extending its full stack security observability to support customers regardless of their deployment or cloud provider.
Threat Stack customers will now be able to leverage a single interface within the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform® to achieve full stack security observability across Linux and Windows cloud workloads, dramatically improving productivity.
Threat Stack will be offering its Windows customers security audit log monitoring and aggregation, file integrity monitoring, and pre-built rulesets designed specifically for Windows servers.
Enterprises are rapidly adopting cloud, which often means migrating on-premises applications designed to run on Windows to public cloud environments. This often leads to a mix of legacy applications running on Windows and cloud-native applications running on Linux. Threat Stack will now provide customers with deep, contextual insight into their cloud workloads regardless of operating system in a single platform.
“Windows is pervasive in the enterprise, and as organizations continue to migrate applications to the cloud, they are increasingly hosting cloud workloads on Windows cloud servers,” said Brian M. Ahern, CEO, Threat Stack. “By extending Threat Stack’s support to include Windows Servers, we’re helping our customers securely leverage the business benefits of the cloud on any operating system.”