Data suggests that up to 98.6% of organizations have misconfigured their cloud environments, which leads to high costs, slower processing times, and increased security risks.
Why are so many clouds misconfigured? Because setting up and maintaining a secure and controlled environment in a public cloud is complex.
It involves making many design choices and configuring multiple subscriptions, services, security controls, policies and governance parameters. As a result, it takes a lot of time and requires a deep understanding of cloud services and security – something few people have.
The Volo platform solves this problem by automating the setup and maintenance of cloud landing zones.
Lack of visibility and standardization results in higher costs due to redundant efforts and increased demands for time and resources.
Deep knowledge of cloud services and many experts are required to maintain secure, compliant, and cost-effective cloud applications.
Cloud misconfiguration is by far the biggest threat to security in the cloud, according to NSA.
The Volo platform enables the swift and accurate setup and maintenance of well-configured, up-to-date cloud landing zones, in any cloud, within minutes, by automating the process.
Volo tackles the issue of cloud misconfiguration at its core and provides the appropriate controls to ensure secure, easy-to-operate, scalable, and cost-effective applications and environments.
Volo works with all major cloud providers.
The landing zones provided by Volo are standardized and consistent, while tailored to meet the specific needs of individual customers. Volo is built on Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and Terraform, a widely used IaC tool.
It is accessible to customers as a Terraform Provider plugin that allows easy interaction with the Volo platform.
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