At Aptible, we’re always focused on making it easier for engineering teams to manage their cloud infrastructure. This month, we’re excited to introduce a new set of features designed to accelerate automation.
We are excited to announce that Container Profiles and Enforced Resource Allocation are now generally available on Aptible!
With Aptible’s Dedicated Stacks, your infrastructure resources are already dedicated to you and protected from noisy neighbors—by default, these dedicated environments run on single-tenant host machines with network segregation. Now, when Enforced Resource Allocation is enabled, you can ensure that the individual services you have deployed within that single stack don’t negatively impact one another.
Aptible recognizes that a vast number of teams who would benefit from not just having greater visibility into the security safeguards Aptible has in place across different aspects of the infrastructure, but do so in a way that helps them understand what they need to do to further improve their posture to reach a compliance goals, and provide them with any artifacts in the process to pass security audits.
To help with this, we’re excited to be showcasing the newest Aptible feature - the Compliance Visibility dashboard.
Today, we’re excited to introduce Conveyor, a customer trust platform born out of the insights obtained building Aptible Comply. Conveyor is a new company spun out of Aptible whose mission is to build a more trustworthy internet by creating a network of customers and vendors that makes it simple to build trust through data security.
Aptible Comply is now Conveyor. Aptible Deploy will continue to operate unchanged as Aptible's flagship product, with even greater focus than before.
Announcing Log Drain Improvements for High-Performant, Reliable Delivery to External Destinations
Aptible Deploy has enhanced the log drain functionality of the platform to ensure customers experience minimal to no lag, and reduce chances of any packet losses, even when generating and sending logs at very high volumes.