IBM Cloud Activity Tracker – go live with new features

Starting October 10, 2017, IBM Cloud Activity Tracker is generally available with new service plans in the US South region. IBM Cloud Activity Tracker allows you to view, manage, and audit cloud activity events in the IBM Cloud. The service can be found under the Security and DevOps sections of the Bluemix catalog.

IBM Cloud Activity Tracker is available today in the US South (Dallas) region.

Here is what you need to know:

* As of October 10th, 2017, the IBM Cloud Activity Tracker service will be generally available in the US South region.
* You can select IBM Cloud Activity Tracker from the Bluemix catalog, and choose a Lite or Paid plan based on your usage needs. Activity Tracker is automatically enabled with the Lite plan, no configuration required on the user’s behalf.
* The Lite Plan enables user visibility into most recent 100,000 cloud activity events and allows 3 days of search on them.
* The premium plan offers additional features, such as CLI and APIs to manage activity data. Premium plan users gain direct access to Kibana dashboard for advanced analytics on cloud activity event data.

Today’s announcement makes available exciting new abilities to IBM Cloud Activity Tracker:

* The service is available under the DevOps and the Security sections in the Bluemix catalog.
* You can export events, and store them on IBM Cloud storage.
* You can use a REST API, a CLI, or both to manage your retained events.
* You can use Kibana for advanced analytics on cloud activity event data.

Empower your DevOps team with IBM Cloud Activity Tracker. Gain insights into your Cloud environment to quickly detect, diagnose, and identify issues. Keep your event data safe guarded on a cloud class economical storage solution.
Learn more about IBM Cloud Activity Tracker here!
Try it today and let us know what you think!


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