Security Practices for Vmware

Security Practices for Vmware


Securing a VMware environment is not a straightforward process. Administrators have to think about security at several levels and understand how to use settings, permissions and even third-party tools to their benefit.

In the webcast, expert Shannon Snowden explains the various levels of vulnerability within a virtualized server that administrators will need to secure; including the host hardware, the hypervisor and virtual machines, the operating system(s), and the applications. Administrators will also learn about the best practices and most common mistakes to avoid when securing VMware-based systems.

Vyatta Inc.
Jun 20, 2012
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