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Private Cloud Security Nice to Have!?

June 24, 2010
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Private Cloud Security Nice to Have!?

In a recent document written by virtualization.info and Secure Network of Italy entitled Securing the Private Cloud several issues come to mind. While this is a good document on the availability front of virtualization security, I did not read anything that affected integrity or confidentiality. You cannot be secure if you ignore 2 of the…

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vNetwork Security: Looking at VLANs

June 23, 2010
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There is nothing like fully understanding the protections inherent within your vNetwork and the Roles and Permissions you can set within the virtualization management tool suites to ensure your vNetwork is secured, audited, and monitored for issues. Just like you do now within the pNetwork. Unlike the pNetwork, the vNetwork provides a certain amount of…

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Virtual Thoughts Podcast

June 22, 2010
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The Virtualization Thoughts Podcast is an open forum podcast that discusses all things related to Virtualization, Virtual Environment, and Cloud Computing. The podcast is hosted by Tom Howarth and the Virtualization Practice analysts  on Talkshoe. If you cannot join us live you or even if you can, you can download the podcast, write-ups and notes…

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Symantec

June 21, 2010
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Symantec solutions support customers on their virtualization journey with security, compliance, data protection, high availability and storage management solutions. From data protection and endpoint security offerings that protect SMBs and enterprises as they get started, to security and compliance, high availability and application availability solutions to protect and assure compliance of their critical tier-1 applications,…

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Eucalyptus 2.0, and the stalled debate on Cloud API Standards

June 21, 2010
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We've been following Eucalyptus over a series of posts, and recently seen the company strengthen its management team with the appointment of new CEO Marten Mickos the (only) ex-CEO of MySQL. This week they have released a new version of the Eucalyptus product, Version 2.0. which carries some of his strategy, particularly in putting clear…

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Controlling the Virtual Infrastruture

June 18, 2010
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There is a great deal of marketing hype about which hypervisor is better but I have spent some thinking about this and really have to wonder if the hypervisor is what we should really be focusing or concentrating on. A lot of third party vendors are starting to port their products to be able to…

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Risky Social Behaviors akin to Multi-Tenancy Risks

June 17, 2010
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Can we use some of this Risky Social Behaviors post to aid us in finding an adequate definition for secure multi-tenancy? Perhaps more to the point it can define how we look at multi-tenancy today. On a recent VMware Communities podcast we were told two things that seem contradictory to current security thinking. The first…

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Replacing the Enterprise Management Framework for Virtualized Data Centers

June 16, 2010
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Systems Management Frameworks have provided an indispensable function to enterprises with large and business critical networks and data centers. However, frameworks have become a category of expensive and slow to innovate legacy software leading many enterprises to conclude that they must move beyond these products in order to properly monitor their newest environments including those…

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vSphere 4 – now with free SUSE Linux

June 15, 2010
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I you buy vSphere 4 (or 4.1) after June 9th, you get a free copy of SLES to run on any CPU on which you have a valid license for vSphere. This lines up SLES on vSphere alongside Windows on Hyper-v, in both cases the O/S and the hypervisor are supplied under the same license.…

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