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CloudPassage module achieves Partner Supported status

Earlier this year, we launched our Technology Alliance Partner Program (TAPP) and connected quickly with the CloudPassage team. As one of our first partners to join TAPP, and to develop a Puppet Approved module, we are excited to share that the CloudPassage module is now Partner Supported.

In order to achieve Partner Supported status, modules must meet three critical thresholds: they must meet Puppet quality standards; they must be well-maintained over time against new Puppet releases; and they must have a support component that emulates Puppet’s support policies for our Puppet Enterprise customers.

As shared in the 2017 State of DevOps Report, integrating security early into the development pipeline is crucial in order to help reduce IT related security costs. CloudPassage Halo® delivers complete visibility into potential security vulnerabilities across the entire enterprise. The CloudPassage module for Puppet makes it easy for customers to integrate CloudPassage into their existing security processes by automating the deployment, configuration and management of the Halo agent.

CloudPassage Halo ensures continuous security throughout the DevOps toolchain and gives enterprise customers peace of mind knowing that their applications are in compliance with their critical security standards.

It’s quite a distinction for CloudPassage to reach such a high quality standard with their Partner Supported module — and we’re not stopping there. Stay tuned for more information on not just how we automate the security posture of your workloads, but also help provide fixes once these vulnerabilities are detected. We’re looking forward to evolving the interplay between our two platforms to deliver the best ‘virtuous cycle’ for security and compliance.

Matt Girdharry heads the Technology Alliance Partner Program at Puppet.

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