Webcast – Security Best Practices in a Software Defined Data Center with VMWare


Speaker: William Bell, Executive Vice President of Products, phoenixNAP

Market analysts have long said that the future of data center is software-defined. According to the latest reports, software-defined data center (SDDC) is expected to grow from USD 33.5 billion in 2018 to USD 96.5 billion by 2023, bringing a major paradigm shift in how IT services are delivered.

The key driver of SDDC adoption is its potential to offer improved automation, scalability, and cost-efficiency. However, it also requires a new approach to security. Unlike traditional on-prem private cloud and public cloud environments, SDDC allows you to add security layers on multiple points in the infrastructure. The organizations need to make sure they have people, processes, and technologies in place to protect their environment and retain control over its security.

In this webcast, William Bell, Executive Vice President of Products at phoenixNAP, will discuss best practices for securing software-defined data-center. He will dive deep into SDDC security layers and technologies that help you protect your virtualized environment. The webinar will cover:
– Most common security threats in SDDC
– Best practices for VM visibility and asset management
– A deep dive into VMware technologies including vRealize operations manager and NSX


Duration: 00:39:45
Publisher: phoenixNAP Global IT Services
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