Compare CloudPassage vs. Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud

CloudPassage is ranked 9th in Cloud Workload Security with 1 review while Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud is ranked 5th in Cloud Workload Security with 2 reviews. CloudPassage is rated 7.0, while Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of CloudPassage writes "It helped us be more aware of what our security posture is, but not all of the features work in my environment". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud writes "Provides cross-cloud security but it isn't so user-friendly". CloudPassage is most compared with Dome9, Threat Stack and Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud, whereas Palo Alto Networks Prisma Public Cloud is most compared with Dome9, Evident and Threat Stack.
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Pros
Key features are the Software Vulnerability Assessment and the CSM, which is the configuration check.

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The product is quite good for providing multi-clouds or cross-cloud security from a single-pane -of-glass.The most valuable feature is that the rule set is managed and that it can be run on a regularly scheduled basis.

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Cons
Anything outside of the software vulnerability management and the CSM, things like the GhostPort, need some improvement. The dashboard is in beta. It looks really good, I wish it would come out of beta.In the CSM module the policies are really hard to work with it. It is not very flexible at all. I would suggest that they change that. Right now, the scan is based on the group that the server is in. What happens if the server is in multiple groups?Of all the advertised functions, I only find two things that really work in my environment, even though I wanted to use all of them. They're not flexible enough to be used.

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Palo Alto should work on ease-of-use and the user-friendliness to be more competitive with some competing products.The pricing for the solution needs improvement.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
CloudPassage is a little bit on the expensive side. So my suggestion is that the company lower its price point a wee bit or sell modules, separate them in modules, because I only find two things that are useful to me, yet I pay for four or five modules. It didn't seem like it was a fair deal.

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Our licensing fees are $18,000 USD per year.

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CloudPassage HaloPrisma Public Cloud, RedLock Cloud 360, RedLock
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Overview

CloudPassage Halo is an agile security and compliance platform that works in any cloud infrastructure: public, private or hybrid. The platform is unique because it provides continuous visibility and enforcement delivered as a service, so it’s on-demand, fast to deploy, fully automated and works at any scale.

The CloudPassage platform delivers a comprehensive set of security and compliance features, so you don’t have pay for and manage point solutions that often don’t integrate well with each other. Hundreds of companies use CloudPassage as a strategy to take full advantage of the business benefits of their cloud investments, with the confidence that critical business assets are protected. Using CloudPassage, security organizations achieve 6 critical control objectives with a platform that is flexible, fast and scalable:

Visibility: Immediate, consistent, continuous knowledge of what assets exist, where they reside, and what they’re doing.

Strong Access Control: Strong, layered controls enabling authorized access & denial of resources to unauthorized entities.

Vulnerability Management: Continuous detection & elimination of issues that create exploitable points of weakness.

Data Protection: Assurance that critical data is encrypted & used appropriately by authorized entities while in motion or at rest.

Compromise Management: Capabilities that enable detection & response to malicious or accidental compromise of resources.

Operational Automation: Day-to-day management of technologies & processes that ensure security & compliance.

The ability to quickly build and deploy global-scale applications has lead to the rapid adoption of public cloud infrastructure. Managing security at this scale hasn't kept up. Compounded by the accelerated development pace where DevOps teams sometimes push new releases into production daily, it’s no surprise security teams find themselves overwhelmed with lack of visibility, context and control despite the robust toolkits and capabilities offered by cloud service providers. Prisma Public Cloud redefines effective security and compliance management for today’s multi-cloud era.

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CitrixAmgen, Genpact, Western Asset, Zipongo, Proofpoint, NerdWallet, Axfood, 21st Century Fox, Veeva Systems, Reinsurance Group of America
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