Comprehensive security observability for your cloud workloads

Uptycs offers complete security observability for your cloud workloads, collecting and analyzing real-time workload activity in detail—for hosts, VMs, containers, microVMs, and serverless functions—alongside the cloud infrastructure and orchestrator telemetry that acts as the control plane for these cloud-native applications.

Uptycs takes advantage of industry frameworks such as MITRE ATT&CK, CIS Benchmarks, and SOC 2 to provide rapid value, along with customization options that allow you to meet unique requirements.

Solution - CWPP - Section 1 - workload security

Workload security observability for hosts, VMs, containers, and microVMs

Threat detection is table stakes. Analysts and DevSecOps teams also need high-speed, high-fidelity telemetry to understand why a detection is fired and what the next steps should be. Uptycs not only provides real-time detection of malicious behavior, but also invaluable context by correlating signals, mapping them to the MITRE ATT&CK matrix, and enriching that information with threat intelligence. If a detection is legitimate, teams can quickly investigate the scope and severity with pivot queries and asset insights.


Solution - CWPP - Section 2 - control plane

Security observability for the cloud control plane

To protect your cloud workloads, you also need to protect the control plane. Uptycs collects and analyzes telemetry from the cloud infrastructure and the Kubernetes orchestration systems that act as the control plane for your cloud workloads. With analysis of resource configurations and logs (including CloudTrail logs and VPC Flow Logs), you can identify misconfigurations and threats in your cloud infrastructure. Threat intelligence helps you to detect attacks and potential malware activity.


Solution - CWPP - Section 3 - compliance

Continuous monitoring for best practices and compliance

Simplify the task of monitoring and proving compliance with a variety of industry best practices and regulatory regimes. Uptycs applies checks to your workloads and infrastructure to make sure you are following industry best practices (CIS Benchmarks for Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, and AWS) as well as regulatory standards such as PCI, SOC 2, FedRAMP, and others. Evidence for compliance or non-compliance is readily available, along with recommended remediation actions.


Solution - CWPP - Section 4 - cloud-native

Built for cloud-native applications

There is a dizzying array of options when it comes to deploying your workloads. Uptycs supports popular container runtimes (containerd, CRI-O, Docker, LXC); self-managed Kubernetes, OpenShift, AWS EKS, Google Kubernetes Engine, and Azure Kubernetes Service; managed container orchestration platforms such as AWS ECS; and serverless technologies such as AWS Fargate. You can safely deploy the lightweight Uptycs agent on Linux and Windows workloads, including hosts, VMs, and containers—telemetry is stored for historical query, even when those ephemeral workloads are no longer running.