Alexa, how easy is it to use the Halo API?

How long does it take to integrate the Halo API with an Amazon Echo? A little over a day if you’re Nick Lee, our senior solutions architect. But as Nick points out, the Halo REST API is so easy work with…

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It’s your data: Halo Events Exporter

Our goal in everything we do here at CloudPassage is to make your life easier. Making your life harder would not only be pretty rude of us, it would also make it far less likely you or anyone else would…

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Webinar: Real DevSecOps for the security practitioner

While many companies have begun implementing DevOps into at least one, if not several departments, different approaches to DevOps have complicated the industry and have made many practitioners wonder if security will ever be able to keep up. In his…

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Bringing security into the CICD pipeline with Halo

There’s a transformation happening in how IT is delivered in enterprises everywhere – what was once a predictable and stable IT environment has now become more fluid and is in a constant state of change. The average lifetime of a…

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Quarantine your security concerns with this Halo Toolbox function

Guest Post by Richard Huffaker, http://www.richardsomething.com/about Cloud infrastructure and agile application delivery have been an incredible boon for many organizations, greatly increasing the speed of their deployment cycles and IT delivery processes. With this increase in speed, though, also comes…

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Finding the Shellshock Vulnerability with CloudPassage Halo

A serious vulnerability, CVE-2014-6271, being variably referred to as Shellshock or Shellshocked, was just reported in the Bourne-Again Shell (bash) that affects most *NIX-based systems. Because the bash shell is so prevalent on *NIX systems, the vulnerability can be leveraged…

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High Availability for Halo Event Connector

Today’s public cloud infrastructure is built on elasticity as a core value proposition which brings incredible benefits of being dynamic. However, failure is inevitable, occurs regularly, and often in unpredictable ways. To use a clichéd saying, the computing forecast for…

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