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VMworld 2017: NSX Cloud, AppDefense + VMware's New Direction

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VMworld 2017: NSX Cloud, AppDefense + VMware's New Direction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5INWXoXLQY

Enterprise Consultant, Chris Williams recently returned from VMworld 2017 and gives his take on a few of exciting announcements made at the event. AppDefense, VMware's newest security solution monitors the steady state of servers and stops infiltration at the application layer. It's a cloud offering rather than an on-premise based solution. VMware also announced NSX Cloud which allows you to employ a security policy once but also deploy it everywhere, providing companies with a common networking and security model across clouds. To learn more about the key news from VMworld and hear from an experienced technologist, check out the video above.

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