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CrowdStrike’s first platform release since the company’s massive $612 million IPO in June will occur this week at the company’s Fal.Con UNITE 2019 conference, which is expected to bring 1,400 customers and partners to San Diego, Calif.
Delivering security in a cloud-native platform like CrowdStrike makes it possible to continually add functionality without increasing the bloat or complexity, said Vice President of Product Marketing Dan Larson. Regardless of the new capabilities added, CrowdStrike’s agent still only takes us a minimal space on the user’s hard drive, is invisible to end users, and doesn’t require any complex integrations.
One big theme at this year Fal.Con UNITE is making it faster and easier to protect cloud workloads through metered billings on Amazon Web Services as well as better support for cloud container on CrowdStrike’s flagship endpoint detection and response (EDR) product, Larson said.
From streamlining vulnerability management to facilitating metered billing on AWS to simplifying the management of Windows firewalls, here’s a look at 10 of the most interesting CrowdStrike features at Fal.Con UNITE 2019.