VMware: The Software Defined Data Center and Network Virtualization: An Inherently Better Security Model

  • Monday, April 20, 2015 | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM | West | Room: 2009

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The Software Defined Data Center offers advances in agility and decreased time-to-value, but adopting an SDDC approach also fundamentally provides better security inside the data center.  By extending the operational model of compute virtualization to the network, businesses not only achieve greater flexibility but also a much tighter, finer-grained way of securing their applications, data, and other workloads.  This approach delivers on micro-segmentation, as well as an automated way of ensuring security policies are always tied to the workloads they are intended to protect.  In this session, learn how network virtualization not only forms the underpinnings of an SDDC, but also provides a more secure platform for the data center overall.


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