Our Guardium Insights SaaS entitlements include everything you need to start collecting, analyzing and reporting on your activity. All the software and support components needed for Guardium Insights are included.
A managed virtual server (MVS) is a computer (physical or virtual) that is comprised of processing units, memory and input/output capabilities, and that executes requested procedures, commands or applications for 1 or more users or client devices.
All editions require a storage subscription for the data being collected, analyzed and reported on.
Get everything you need to start collecting data, including our guided compliance journey and the associated reports, schedules and dashboards, for one compliance journey.
Get access to all our guided compliance journeys with reports, schedules and dashboards, plus the ability to create and modify your own reports and dashboards. You will also gain access to our data security best practices reports and schedules to get a jumpstart on your data security program.
Get the SaaS edition of our flagship data security posture management platform without the infrastructure or skill set prerequisites. Enjoy seamless integration with Guardium Data Protection and access to our risk identification and prioritization engine to put your data security program on the fast tract to maturity.
Your Guardium Insights entitlements include all the software you need to power your hybrid cloud data security hub. You don’t need to bring your own Red Hat® OpenShift® license.
Guardium Insights is priced using two metrics, managed virtual servers (MVS) and virtual processor cores (VPC). An MVS is a computer (physical or virtual) that is comprised of processing units, memory and input/output capabilities, and that executes requested procedures, commands or applications for one or more users or client devices. A VPC is a processor core in an unpartitioned physical server, or a virtual core assigned to a virtual server.
When buying Guardium Insights, clients can pick a single metric or combine them to gain full support for on premises and in cloud environments.
Tip: If you have any cloud data sources that do not have a compute-based metric, use the MVS metric. For example, Guardium offers data activity monitoring on AWS S3. As there is no VPC associated with the S3 service, use the MVS metric. So, 1 AWS S3 bucket (instance) = 1 MVS.
If you have IaaS on-premises database servers, use the MVS metric. Only count the servers that are actively providing services. Don't count HADR nodes or passive standbys.
Use the VPC metric if you have a DBaaS subscription calculated by VPC. Count all VPC sources that you have subscribed to across all the DBaaS sources. VPC is most frequently used for cloud-native and containerized data environments.
Free 3-day sandbox environment
Explore Guardium Insights with our free 3-day sandbox access, risk free and with no commitment. Test out the data protection and compliance features in real-world scenarios. Familiarize yourself with the user interface and customization options. Try it today to secure your organization's future.
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Protect your data in today's digital age with IBM Security Guardium Insights SaaS. Get a 30-day free trial to bring your own data, customize the environment to your liking, and test its effectiveness. Sign up now and gain confidence in your monitored data.
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