VMware AppDefense: Extending Least Privilege…

VMware AppDefense: Extending Least Privilege Security to the Cloud VMware AppDefense: Extending Least Privilege… VMware AppDefense is a new security solution that allows organizations to create least privilege environments around their applications running in virtualized or cloud systems. Watch to see how VMware AppDefense significantly enhances application security when working across clouds. VMware Social MediaContinue reading “VMware AppDefense: Extending Least Privilege…”

VMware Customers: Is Your Cloud Verified?

VMware Customers: Is Your Cloud Verified? VMware Customers: Is Your Cloud Verified? On September 12, 2017 at VMworld® Europe, VMware announced VMware Cloud™ Verified. This branding will be used by VMware Cloud Provider™ partners who utilize VMware Cloud Infrastructure technologies to provide cloud services to their customers. VMware Social Media Advocacy

Desktop Security with NSX

Desktop Security with NSX Desktop Security with NSX Most organisations continue to spend most of their security budget on securing their server infrastructure, implementing things like firewalls, intrusion prevention/detection systems and SIEM solutions. The reason for this is that’s where they consider their most prized possession to be, their data. But is that the correctContinue reading “Desktop Security with NSX”

10 tips for reducing insider security threats

10 tips for reducing insider security threats 10 tips for reducing insider security threats Insider threats can pose greater risks to company data than those associated with external attacks. Here are some techniques to help you spot and mitigate them as quickly as possible. VMware Social Media Advocacy

The Beginner’s Guide to managing the NSX…

The Beginner’s Guide to managing the NSX Distributed Firewall with Security Policies The Beginner’s Guide to managing the NSX… In an earlier article, I covered what the basics of the NSX Distributed Firewall allow you to accomplish. Now let’s take a deeper look at those concepts and figure out the best way to apply th…ReadContinue reading “The Beginner’s Guide to managing the NSX…”

how to manage vCetner appliance

.We can use the vCenter url using port 5480 Login to the vcenter using root credential From this page we can check the overall health We can enable/disable ssh using Access tab   From the network tab we can see the utlizaiton and we can change the network configuration From the update tab we canContinue reading “how to manage vCetner appliance”