Monitoring endpoint operations within a cloud-first strategy
When roofing and waterproofing manufacturer GAF announced a companywide move to the public cloud, it was already using Tanium on premises for vulnerability monitoring. But the shift was a big one. It included shutting GAF’s primary data center and moving some 5,100 endpoints to the public cloud.
A smooth move to Tanium
GAF worked with its Tanium account managers to adopt Tanium Cloud, which offers the full functionality of the Tanium platform as a fully managed, cloud-based service. What’s more, Tanium Cloud requires zero customer infrastructure. The result? “We never skipped a beat,” says Jim Pantopicos, GAF’s director of workplace technologies.
By moving to Tanium Cloud, GAF enjoyed nearly 100% compliance with Google’s Chrome browser update, much faster endpoint imaging (20 minutes vs. the previous 2 hours), and improved reporting on — and remediating — known vulnerabilities.
GAF Takes Tanium to the Cloud — and Beyond
When roofing and waterproofing manufacturer adopted a cloud-first strategy, it took Tanium along.