Support for container and virtual machine workloads, along with existing support for serverless-centric workloads to provide application teams a standard platform for all cloud-native applications.
In under five minutes from start to value, Thundra users can onboard an application using Cloudwatch Logs. Users can then access application topology maps without the need for time consuming stitching for immediate application insights.
Thundra provides true end-to-end management of distributed applications across serverless architecture, containers, as well as virtual machines. End-to-end means understanding and managing the aggregate set of distributed services an application consumes down to the line level of the runtime code for every local service or container-based application. Thundra demystifies the root causes of performance, cost and security issues with a holistic approach.
Vulnerabilities and other issues are often introduced by architectures composed of independent functions and other services open to external interactions. Using data science and machine learning, application behavior patterns identified as anomalies can be automatically blacklisted or other automated actions taken. Teams can be notified with real-time alerts as well as integrations with third-party tools such as OpsGenie, PagerDuty, VictorOps, Slack, or ServiceNow.
Software developers can now initiate remote debugging sessions from an IDE using Thundra to pass debugging streams from cloud-native runtime environments to their local IDE for faster troubleshooting and debugging, accelerating code iterations. Deployed into an enterprise VPC, Thundra enables easy remote connection and switching between debug sessions across runtimes. Supported IDEs include Visual Studio Code, IntelliJ IDEA, and Eclipse.
Application teams safely accelerate software delivery by incorporating security from Thundra into their CI/CD workflows and runtime environments. Teams are relieved of the time-consuming task of repeatedly ensuring controls are in place and providing ongoing proof to auditors. New security and compliance controls provide whitelisting or blacklisting of services to apply consistent frameworks for adherence to PCI, HIPAA, SOC2, NIST, or other security or compliance policies. Thundra automates the typically manual efforts to prove to auditors that controls are in place to meet ISO27001 or other standards as well as the ongoing enforcement of controls to meet SOC2 or other standards.