One of the main reason transferring to the cloud is to decrease the pain of maintaining an IT infrastructure and management, but rather it resulted in opposite effect of increasing their workload, especially security and visibility. Not exclusively do they need to ensure on-premises systems hold fast to regulatory consistency, yet that their cloud services do also. Security expert Qualys tends to these issues of security and perceivability with its new application system, CloudView, which supplements existing Qualys services for security, consistency and risk insight with ongoing checking of all endeavor cloud services from a solitary dashboard. "Quickened cloud adoption requires new versatile security solutions that help quick moving digital change endeavors," said Philippe Courtot, Qualys CEO, in an announcement. "Our new CloudView and its applications include unparalleled perceivability and ceaseless security of all cloud workloads to give clients finish cloud security in a solitary, coordinated stage and definitely lessen their spend." Qualys said the new application structure is a piece of the Qualys Cloud Platform that gives InfoSec and DevSecOps groups a "solitary sheet of glass" perspective of security and consistency crosswise over cloud foundations. CloudView incorporates a Cloud Inventory application that takes into consideration observing of open cloud suppliers—Amazon, Microsoft, and Google—through their local security and detailing APIs. IT staff can utilize it to look at areas, formats and security gatherings to uncover security issues. There's additionally Cloud Security Assessment, which robotizes security observing against industry guidelines to reveal potential issues, for example, misconfigurations, non-standard organizations and despicable access. It additionally checks against administrative commands, for example, PCI-DSS, NIST, and HIPAA. The application additionally underpins REST APIs for mix with other endeavor apparatuses and programming. Qualys CloudView will be accessible in beta for Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Q4 2017, with future renditions anticipated that would bolster other cloud administrations, including Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.