Why DevOcean?

Because you’re ready to sail through remediation.

Lost at Sea: The Losing Battle of Cloud Remediation

Alerts flood in, time is short, the backlog is growing, and frustrated security and engineering teams are threatening to jump ship. Remediating issues in the cloud is a dangerously slow, painfully manual, fragmented process that’s a nightmare for security teams - and a dream for attackers.

Uncontrollable, unmitigated attack surfaces are increasing.
And so are exploits.


days is the current MTTR of internet facing vulnerabilities


of breaches are due to a KNOWN vulnerability


of exploited vulnerabilities are at least 1 YEAR OLD


of organizations experience issues being reintroduced after remediation

What’s Causing this Cloud Remediation Disaster?

Fragmented Tooling & The Tsunami of Alerts

A tidal wave of alerts surging in from all directions, overwhelming your time-starved security team with a flood of information without context. Duplicates and false positives abound, burying genuine threats in a sea of noise. Without enough time for manual triage, the backlog swells, leaving critical issues lurking in the dark.

Troubled Waters Between Teams

Correlating issues to their responsible fixers across distributed teams is a tedious, time-suck. What’s more, fix requests are often sent in “sec-speak”, so engineers waste time translating tasks into “dev-speak”.

Fixes Don’t Stay Fixed

Lack of context and controls often leads to repeated fixes, causing fix fatigue and impacting the overall effectiveness of remediation efforts. If you aren’t fixing issues at the root, you’re going to run into them again. And so will your attackers.
Why DevOcean?

Because you can spend less to fix more.

Leverage the power of DevOcean to shrink your attack surface, reducing vulnerabilities and misconfigs in less time and without requiring additional resources or expertise.

Work Less & Spend Less

Decrease manual analysis efforts and the time it takes to fix issues.

Every Finding in One Place

Manage remediation of findings from any tool across config, code, runtime, etc.

50:1 Noise Reduction

Filter dupes & false-positives. Group related issues into same-fix tasks.

Flexible Prioritization

Bubble up the risk that matters to you with a configurable risk model.

Correlate Owners

Delegate faster to the appropriate fixer on any team for any issue.

Fix at the Root

Know where in the pipeline a problem is, what’s causing it and which assets to fix.

We’ll help you do better.

Find the Root. Shrink the Backlog.

Unlock the full potential of your existing security stack with automated consolidation and flexible prioritization of high-impact fixes that target the single root cause of multiple issues.

Less tasks. Less noise. More fixes.

Meet SLAs with Less Time & Effort

Drive remediation that meets your business goals by identifying, prioritizing and fixing critical compliance gaps across multiple cloud platforms and cloud-native applications.

Harden Your Cloud Environment

The longer you leave vulns and misconfigs unfixed, the more likely your organization will be the victim of an attack. It’s time for you to expedite the remediation lifecycle and prevent vulnerabilities and misconfigs from returning.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is DevOcean Cloud-First Remediation OS?

DevOcean Cloud-First Remediation OS helps organizations cut the time, backlog and manual efforts required to close more issues, reduce MTTR and the attack surface. It is an API-based SaaS that connects the dots between cloud, code, security scanner and alert tools to consolidate and enrich remediation context with root cause analysis, owner identification, customized prioritization and tailored fix suggestions.

How much does cloud remediation cost?

Cloud remediation costs vary based on the cloud environment, tools, compliance requirements, and manpower. The cost of remediating vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in cloud-native apps can reach $4,000 per fix, depending on complexity and approach. To cut cloud remediation costs across widespread cloud, code, and CI/CD environments, leveraging commercial software like DevOcean can significantly reduce expenses by automating manual tasks, clearing backlogs, and delivering tailored "fix-at-the-root" suggestions.

Why was DevOcean named as a Gartner Cool Vendor®?

DevOcean, the cloud-first remediation OS, has been named as a Cool Vendor by in the 2023 Gartner Cool Vendors™ for the Modern Security Operations Center report. Gartner selected us for our "thought leading and unique view into risk issues," and highlights that DevOcean "has an easy-to-understand unified interface," "creates an inventory of digital assets and their owners," and "enables effective remediation chains by integrating with development workflows and sprints."

What are the top cloud security risks in 2023?

It's important to understand that cloud security risk cannot be completely eliminated; instead, it can be effectively managed through appropriate cloud security remediation strategies. The top five cloud security risks to be aware of in 2023 are misconfiguration, critical vulnerabilities, unmanaged attack surface, unpatched exposed web services, CI/CD and Supply Chain Attacks

Efficiency ahead.

We take the manual work out of cloud remediation so you can accomplish more.