Luke Walker

Luke Walker

About Luke Walker

Luke Walker is a Principal Product Manager at MontyCloud. Ever since he was handed a keyboard, Luke has been busy solving technology and business problems and loves to go after big challenges. With deep experience in the areas of Enterprise Storage, Virtualization, Cloud adoption, Management and Automation, Luke loves to bring his creative problem solving skills to drive practical solutions for customers. In his personal time Luke time slices between tinkering with the latest gadgets, sous vide experiments and re-engineering death stars for global good

Simple steps you can take today to automate your cloud security remediations

By |2021-06-07T12:12:20+00:00February 18th, 2021|Automate CloudOps, Blog, Secure & Govern|

A step by step guide to set real-time notifications to automate remediation to security alerts, minimize the likelihood of new attacks, and speed up your threat response process.

Announcing DAY2™ CloudOps Automation Rules: Hands off management via automated routine remediations

By |2021-06-21T09:54:12+00:00December 9th, 2020|Automate CloudOps, Blog|

With DAY2™ CloudOps Automation Rules, teams can save time in implementing system checks and improve accuracy of application reliability responses by focusing on defining the logical sequence of events that should take place with “if this then that” conditional logic, instructing the DAY2™ platform to react on the teams’ behalf.

Manage Server Fleets on Multiple Clouds & Hybrid Clouds

By |2021-06-07T12:24:26+00:00November 10th, 2020|Automate CloudOps, Blog|

MontyCloud DAY2™ can help you efficiently manage your server fleets across Amazon EC2, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, on-premise on VMWare and physical datacenters, deliver granular governance across your IT footprint and reduce your total cost of cloud operations by 30% or more.

One-Click access to servers and VMs with Session Manager and MontyCloud

By |2021-06-07T12:34:59+00:00June 18th, 2020|AWS Partnership, Blog|

IT administrators and DevOps engineers often perform routine operations to manage their cloud infrastructure, modern on-premises environment workloads, and applications. One such routine operation is the ability to manage Amazon EC2 instances, on-premises instances, and virtual machines (VM) through a remote session.