Free Proof of Concept (PoC)
The LIMA team would like to thank you for joining us at Ziferblat, MediaCityUK for our PULSE event. We hope the event provided you with valuable information and guidance on how to tackle some of the most prominent challenges facing IT leaders today.
To show our appreciation of your interest and attendance, we would like to offer you a free PULSE Security PoC, providing your business with complete visibility and security at all times.
The PoC would be based on the following criteria;
- PULSE Security appliance will be installed onto a maximum of 5 nodes. A node can be a switch, firewall or server for example.
- We would ask that you provide a list of devices and IP addresses for these nodes.
- Upon your approval to proceed, LIMA would raise an order and subsequent invoice for the agreed value which would be deducted from the final cost of the full production deployment should you decide to proceed with the project after the PoC.
- Prior to the commencement of the PoC, a PoC success criteria will be defined and agreed by yourselves and LIMA’s aligned technical resource.
- Following the initial deployment of PULSE Security appliance and the configuration of the monitored nodes and within a week from the initial deployment, thresholds and alarms will be tuned.
- After three weeks from the initial deployment of PULSE Security appliance, a security assessment report will be created. The Security Assessment report will provide details on all identified vulnerabilities within the scope of the PoC and recommendations of remedial actions. In addition, the PoC Security Assessment Report will provide all data relevant to the success criteria agreed during the PoC initiation.
- If you wish to proceed after the PoC, we will simply install the software onto the remaining nodes. In the unlikely event that you do not wish to proceed, we will remove PULSE Security appliance from your network.
- Please note that the PULSE Security appliance will require the following hardware resources
- 8 vCPU, 16 GB Memory, 500 GB storage