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Edward Haletky
Edward HaletkyEdward L. Haletky, aka Texiwill, is the author of VMware vSphere(TM) and Virtual Infrastructure Security: Securing the Virtual Environment as well as VMware ESX and ESXi in the Enterprise: Planning Deployment of Virtualization Servers, 2nd Edition. Edward owns AstroArch Consulting, Inc., providing virtualization, security, network consulting and development and The Virtualization Practice where he is also an Analyst. Edward is the Moderator and Host of the Virtualization Security Podcast as well as a guru and moderator for the VMware Communities Forums, providing answers to security and configuration questions. Edward is working on new books on Virtualization. [All Papers/Publications...]

Does Public or Private make a difference to Cloud Security?

October 5, 2010
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Does Public or Private make a difference to Cloud Security?

When we talk about Cloud Security, the main concept is to separate, as an example, Coke from Pepsi. This implies that Tenant's cannot impact the availability of each others data, the integrity of that data, and the confidentiality of that data. But what does this actually mean? Does this apply to all types of clouds…

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Sum of the Parts… Not equal to the Whole

September 29, 2010
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Christofer Hoff (@Beaker) and I had a short discussion on twitter the other day about the VMware Cloud Director (vCD) security guidance. We both felt it was a bit lite and missed the point of Secure Multi Tenancy. However, I feel even more strongly that people will implement what is in the vCD Guidance, vBlock…

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Virtual Desktop Security: Best Practices

September 22, 2010
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The Virtualization Security Podcast on 9/16 was the first in a series of Virtual Desktop Security discussions we will be having. The special guest panelist was Bill McGee from Trend Micro who helped us to understand their implementation of Deep Security 7.5's Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware (AV collectively) within the virtual desktop. Trend Micro's product makes…

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IO Virtualization Approaches: VMworld 2010 Review

September 15, 2010
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IO Virtualization Approaches: VMworld 2010 Review

There seem to be three styles of IO Virtualization (IOV) taking place within the virtual environment. At VMworld, the IO Virtualization companies were out and talking to people about their wares, products, and approaches to IO Virtualization. These three methods are: * Converged Network Adapters used within Cisco UCS, HP Matrix, etc. * Attached IOV…

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Virtualization Security Strategy from VMworld 2010

September 8, 2010
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Virtualization Security was one of the BIG Deals at VMworld with several announcements: * VMware vShield Edge, App, and End Point * Trend Micro will have the first product making use of vShield End Point * Cisco Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) * HyTrust and their growing list of technology partners But the biggest news is…

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VMworld: Security Buzz

September 2, 2010
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Nearly everyone I talked to at VMworld was buzzing in some form about Virtualization Security. Everyone has picked up on the pre-show buzz from VMware, Trend Micro, HyTrust, and every other security vendor. This week will tell. There are announcements about security, keynote sessions that include security, and more than a few sessions about security.…

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The Big VMware Announcements at VMworld

September 1, 2010
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Yesterday at VMworld 2010, VMware, the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, introduced its cloud application platform strategy and solutions, a new focus upon end user computing as a service, a new cloud management solution, new security solutions, and the acquisitons of Integrien and TriCipher.

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Virtualization Backup Round-up

August 27, 2010
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Virtualization Backup Round-up

With VMworld around the corner, it is interesting to note the new an old players within the Virtualization Backup space. The virtualization backup space often includes: * VM Backup * VM Replication * Continuous Data Protection (CDP) * Storage Hardware Replication Pretty much anything that will maintain your VMs while allowing your data to be…

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Dell’s Intention: Acquire 3Par. Is this a Stack Play?

August 17, 2010
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The Consolidated server stack has been the big items over the last year using converged network adapters, blades, and integrated storage that is designed around providing an order-able element that is a single SKU that provides enough resources for a set number of VMs. Currently the VCE colition has the VBlock which combines VMware, Cisco,…

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