Virtualizing the network is an essential step in moving from a hardwired, hardware-centric IT infrastructure to software-defined data centers.
Download this guide to understand the dollars and cents reasons that make virtual networking a wise investment.
How quickly organizations typically break even on virtual networking projects
The typical return expected from network virtualization investments
How virtual networking can reduce capital spending and operating expenses.
Though the scale and economics of the cloud are a boon for today’s enterprise, moving applications and data out of the data center into multi-cloud environments has greatly expanded threat surfaces, putting enterprises at greater risk of devastating ransomware attacks. This report will explore how to move beyond segmentation inside the data center and traditional next-gen firewalls at the perimeter and build a defense that meets the special demands of a multi-cloud environment. ...
90% of cloud runs on Linux. So, is it any wonder that malware is propagating in multi-cloud environments under the radar? Current countermeasures are focused on addressing Windows-based threats, leaving multi-cloud deployments vulnerable to attacks.
Based on research conducted by the VMware Threat Analysis Unit, this report uncovers the unique characteristics of remote access tools (RATs), ransomware, and cryptominers on Linux-based systems and how you can mitigate these threats. You will learn more about:
Existing characterization tech ...
Organizations can no longer rely on edge firewalls alone to provide network security. Once attackers get past an edge firewall, they can move laterally to high-value assets. This book illustrates how internal firewalls can help your organization secure east-west network traffic and prevent attackers’ lateral movements.
In the Internal Firewalls for Dummies Guide, you’ll learn:
The different types of network traffic and the firewall types that protect them
How distributed internal firewalls combine the best of hardware-based enterprise e ...
AWS (Amazon Web Services) offers the best price performance for virtually any application because we allow you to stretch your budget further with the broadest and deepest portfolio of infrastructure services in the cloud. Increased performance optimizes costs, empowers your development team, and delivers greater net business value for your infrastructure spend.
Read the eBook to learn more about our services, flexible purchase models, and cost-optimization capabilities. ...
More businesses are discovering the power of cloud-based infrastructure to drive innovation, run application applications at scale, reduce costs, and deliver high-quality user experiences.
In this eBook, you’ll learn how AWS (Amazon Web Services) helps customers:
Optimize price performance
Increase agility and reliability
Meet core security and compliance requirements
Focus on innovation, not IT
With the broadest and deepest portfolio of infrastructure services and the largest footprint of any cloud provider, AWS (Amazon Web Services) ...
By all accounts, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are forecasted to become ubiquitous. These...