The Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC) is one of VMware's latest business IT platforms, and is revolutionising the way that organisations build, operate and manage their data centres and cloud infrastructure.
Adoption of cloud services, especially in larger enterprises, can be inhibited by issues relating to the security of the network and protection of corporate data. However, virtualizing security as well as the network can give businesses the edge they need to protect all aspects of their infrastructure, both cloud-based and physical.
For IT managers and CIOs keen to make the most out of the benefits that the SDDC and the cloud offer, addressing any security concerns can be a key priority. That’s why, as well as sessions on implementing SDDC solutions, we’ll also be focusing on cloud and virtualization security at VMware Forum. In particular, Dan Watson, senior systems engineer at VMware, will be delivering a session entitled “Securing and protecting the Software-Defined Data Center – better than physical”.
Attend this session to hear how vCloud networking and security – with our broad community of technology alliance partners - can help you virtualize your network and security services. You’ll also gain a better understanding of how our holistic approach to business continuity and disaster recovery can help businesses protect all applications running on VMware vSphere using Site Recovery Manager.