“Cmd saved us 50% in compliance costs and from hiring 3 additional engineering head counts.”

# Meet our featured customers

# Meet our featured customers

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# Tales from featured customers

GoodData Reduces the Total Cost of Ownership of Compliance by 50% with Cmd_

GoodData is keen to think outside the box and move beyond conventional wisdom, which has proven to be a highly effective growth strategy.

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US Airline Saves $150k and 130 hours with Cmd

By leveraging their EDR budget, this leading airline found headcount and operational savings by protecting their Linux servers with Cmd.

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Travel and Hospitality Company Leverages Talent More Efficiently with Cmd

This leading travel and hospitality team found 1.5 FTE and operational savings by protecting their Linux servers with Cmd.

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Gremlin Goes into Chaos Engineering Beast Mode with Cmd

Together with Cmd, Gremlin’s DevOps and SecOps teams are able to manage Production Linux environments with greater visibility, speed, and efficiency.

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# What people are saying

“You’re not a PAM solution, but you fit into my access management strategy.  Cmd provides the visibility and intelligence into what controls should be in place, it should be the first step in an access management program.”

“You’re well ahead of the pack on Linux. We’ve looked at AuditD and CyberArk. They don’t compare to Cmd!”

“By replacing our legacy EDR solution with CMD we were able to dramatically improve our protection against attacks while freeing up 130 hours of annual downtime to increase our operational efficiency.”

“Cmd has brought us a massive paradigm shift in how we audit logs – they have enabled us to intelligently automate the mundane and empower our previous talent to focus on the more exciting aspects of their jobs.”

“Also, highly recommending to look into @cmd_security
those folks are really awesome!”

“I know a lot of people are still logging into servers in 2020, I’m not here to judge, so I’ve been kicking the tires on @cmd_security as a way to lock things down, and track SSH commands being run on live systems. It’s pretty dope! https://github.com/kelseyhightower/cmd-tutorial”

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