State of modern apps and DevSecOps: insights from Sumo Logic to build, run and secure amazing apps in the cloudTeam YS
With a platform that analyses more than 150 petabytes of structured and unstructured data in real-time, executes over 30 million searches and queries more than 500 trillion records on a daily basis, Sumo Logic, a recognized expert in building and operating multi-tenant, distributed cloud systems, is uniquely positioned to deliver a comprehensive view of the application architecture landscape.
For close to a decade, Sumo Logic has been privy to tens of millions of valuable insights, thanks to its position as a pioneer in the field of machine data analytics and its reputation as one of the most powerful cloud services in the world.
In the last two years, Sumo Logic’s ‘State of Modern Applications and DevSecOps in the Cloud’ report has been a definitive word on the state of the modern application stack, on how enterprises build, run and secure modern applications. In this third edition of the report, they have expanded their scope to include DevSecOps.
Sumo Logic’s machine data analytics platform serves as a backbone for the cloud-native microservice architecture in thousands of organisations. And the findings from this report provide adequate visibility into the data flowing across the full application stack and giving contextual insights across a range of topics.
With data-driven insights, best practices and trends derived by analysing technology adoption by their 1,600+ customers and 50,000+ users on cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform, as well as hybrid cloud infrastructures, the report gives a clear picture on a wide range of topics such as the rising preference for multi-cloud technologies, the growing appetite among customers for container, orchestration and serverless technology, and the rising demand for insights into security and threat intelligence. This report also takes a look at the latest trends which are governing the rapidly expanding DevSecOps tool/solutions space.