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Developer Roll Up: February 2024

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Christopher Luft
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It has been a huge month for the team at LimaCharlie, we are very proud to have announced our Series A funding. We are excited we are to keep building on the SecOps Cloud Platform with all of you. The SCP was always a very ambitious idea, and with your help, we're getting closer and closer to it.

We truly appreciate having the privilege to work with everyone in the LimaCharlie community and look forward to many more exciting capabilities.

Upcoming Events

Defender Fridays When: Every Friday @ 10:30am PT

Join us every Friday as we delve into the dynamic world of information security, exploring its defensive side with seasoned professionals from across the industry. Our aim is simple yet ambitious: to foster a collaborative space where ideas flow freely, experiences are shared, and knowledge expands. This month, we are joined by Greg Martin, Brian Concannon, Jaime Blasco, and Ryan Chapman. If you've missed any of our previous session, you can watch the recordings.

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New Atomic Red Team extension

We have released a new LimaCharlie extension - Atomic Red Team. Atomic Red Team is a library of tests mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, provided by Red Canary. With this extension, LimaCharlie users can use Atomic Red Team to quickly, portably, and reproducibly test their environments.

To get started, subscribe your tenant to the Atomic Red Team extension. If you have legacy Atomic Red Team service enabled in your tenant, you can unsubscribe from it after enabling the extension.

For more details about using the Atomic Red Team extension, read the technical documentation.

Changes to the add-ons marketplace

In this release, we are rolling out more user experience enhancements to Extensions and making them more prominent on the add-ons marketplace.

At the same time, we are making Services less prominent in the web app listing of add-ons. To find a list of services, go to the Extensions section of the marketplace, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “show legacy services”. They will continue to show up as usual in the search bar on the marketplace. Infrastructure as code is not affected by this change either, only web app.

We would like to encourage LimaCharlie users to migrate their legacy Services to Extensions. For example, when a new tenant is created using LimaCharlie templates, it will now be enabling Extensions, not Services. That said, Services are not being decommissioned; they will be working and accessible for the foreseeable future.

In the coming weeks, we will be adding more documentation about building your own Extensions and creating tools to make it easier to migrate your legacy Services. Meanwhile, please reach out if we can clarify anything or help you to get started with Extensions.