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What is your primary use case for Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks ?


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Top 5Reseller

Prisma Cloud helps support DevSecOps methodologies, making those responsibilities easier to manage.

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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

In terms of our use cases, we are a telecom firm and we work a lot with telecom firms around the world, and so we have a lot of solutions other than Twistlock. We have applications, we have consumer-based solutions that we run on a daily basis, and heavily regulatory processes as well. We found it's better that we move our core application than our user systems on container because they're quick, they're effective, easy to deploy, and easy to maintain. But because of the sanctions, heavily regulated security is a very core part of the entire environment, and thus we had to go ahead and look for a solution that would help automate that security part and because it was almost impossible to go about doing that manually.

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Top 10Real User

We use cloud solutions generally for client demos of products.

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Top 10MSP

We primarily use the solution to create a cluster or scenario, for runtime management on containers.

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Real User

The primary use case for this solution was to run the rule set for the CIS 20 framework and HIPAA compliance.

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Real User

Our primary use case for this solution is for container security and monitoring.

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Our client needed a solution which would be a true implementation of the concept "Trust, but verify," and Aporeto fulfills that notion as it decouples security from network and infrastructure. It services microservices in a nifty and seamless way.

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