“Cloudticity introduces an average of 30,000 to 50,000 lines of new code each month, and we have witnessed zero known breaches of any system under our stewardship. That translates to the protection of personal health information in the cloud for more than 100 million patients,” says Miller.
Trend Micro services work well with Cloudticity’s cloud-native business, which must frequently pivot to meet the changing needs of customers. “We are a small, agile, software-based company with a culture of embracing change. As changes occur and new regulations are implemented, we are agile enough to head off most negative impacts. It all comes down to helping our customers be their best. When they’re bogged down in server management, they’re not exercising their superpowers,” says Miller.
Cloudticity’s customers agree. “Partnering with Cloudticity has freed us to focus on developing our application, getting more customers, and driving revenue.” says Rob Visser, business and compliance analyst at Caredove. Michigan Health Information Network’s Chief Technology and Security Officer, Rich Fish, seconds that thought by saying, “They are pure healthcare, AWS experts. Cloudticity makes navigating the plethora of AWS services easy based on their expertise and understanding of both the industry and AWS.”
Miller anticipates benefiting from a future migration to Trend Micro Cloud One™, a security services platform for organizations building in the cloud. Trend Micro is building MSP-specific features into that solution with Cloudticity’s help. “We are excited about features like antivirus scans for objects that are dropped onto an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket. The fact that it is multi-cloud is very helpful too.”
Trend Micro has made key acquisitions to help solve newer problems related to network security, container security, and serverless security—that’s a big plus for Miller and his team. “Trend Micro’s continuous feed of APIs helps us implement security where we need it, in a way that makes sense to our development teams.”