SaaS and Cloud-Native – Definitions and best practices
There’s a disconnect in how we talk about applications that are no longer hosted within our own data centre.
When speaking with customers, we’ve observed that “software as a service” (SaaS) and “cloud-native” are terms that tend to be bundled together and used interchangeably at times.
SaaS and Cloud Native Definitions and Best Practice
There are instances where we hear that SaaS tends to be “all things cloud” — but that is not necessarily true. It’s important to discuss the differentiation between these two terms because they mean different things and carry different implications for software and security.
For more on securing cloud applications, check out this definitions and best practices guide.
LogRhythm Axon offers a cloud-native SaaS SIEM platform. It blends the advantages of both SaaS and cloud-native approaches, freeing security teams from infrastructure management to focus on threat detection and response.