CloudCheckr CMx High Security Room for Improvement
What needs to be improved in CloudCheckr CMx High Security is integration. All the clouds are going quite fast, for example, all the cloud providers: Microsoft, Google, etc. CloudCheckr CMx High Security is good with AWS, no doubt about it, but with Azure and Google Cloud, I find that the solution is slow in that direction. If the vendor planned for CloudCheckr CMx High Security to be automated just for AWS, then it does make sense. If not, if the vendor is also targeting good integration with Google and Microsoft, then CloudCheckr CMx High Security integration needs improvement, in particular, it has to be faster. At the moment, its integration with Azure is not as good as its integration with AWS. With GCP, integration is nowhere.
What I'd like to see in the next release of CloudCheckr CMx High Security is from a security perspective because I've been working on independent security tools as well, so the future roadmap should include all the different kinds of compliances and vulnerabilities. Think about it from a FinTech company's perspective where there are different kinds of compliances around the data, infrastructure hardening, etc. If CloudCheckr CMx High Security could include all that, and it would have everything in terms of security in just a single solution, that's what I'd like to see in the future.View full review »
Service Delivery Manager at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
CloudCheckr can be very slow sometimes. It's tough to extract or, rather, it takes time to extract information when the data itself is large. It's also slow if you're trying to do multiple things at once. The solution needs to work better with larger capacities of data.
We'd like more sizing data. Right now, we only are able to check CPU. Recommendations should be driven based on performance data beyond just CPU - such as memory, DevSkyOps, etc.
Product/Solutions Sr. Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The performance of the tool really needs to be improved. It's a little bit slow.
In some cases, we only have limited options, which is disappointing.View full review »