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If the Virtualization Security Products had no Firewall?

June 10, 2010
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The security companies are looking into all aspects of virtual environment introspection to label, tag, or mark all objects for compliance reasons, inspect the contents of virtual machines for asset management (CMDB), and an early form of Root Kit detection. Virtualization Security is not just about the firewall, it is about the entire ecosystem, auditing,…

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To Cloud or not to Cloud, Better Yet, What is a Cloud?

June 9, 2010
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While doing a quick Google search to find what a Cloud is, I have found several different definitions which depend on which vendor site you pull up. One thing is for sure despite the frequent use of the term, it still means different things to different people and or companies. For my reference point I…

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KVM in SUSE, what is going on at Novell?

June 8, 2010
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As of Service Pack 1, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (SLES) supports KVM for SUSE guests. This post follows on from our previous post regarding the demise of Xen in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and perhaps suggests the beginning of the end for Xen-based virtualization in Linux, but the story is far from clear. A…

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Virtualization Security Technologies… Pushing the Envelope

June 4, 2010
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During the Virtualization Security Podcast on 5/13, IBM's David Abercrombie joined us to discuss IBM's Virtualization Security Protection for VMware (VSP) which contains several exciting uses of the VMsafe API for VMware vSphere. These being: * Network: Network Monitoring, Firewall, Access Control, and a Protocol Analysis Module * Memory: Rootkit Detection

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Top Virtualization Security Links

June 2, 2010
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Welcome to our list of of top virtualization and cloud security links, references, conversations, etc. This is an aggregation of links that a beginner and experienced administrator will find helpful for both virtualization and cloud security. Books Refer to the Security tab of the Virtualization Bookshelf. Articles – Whitepapers/Presentations Secure Hybrid Cloud Reference Architecture produced…

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Is the CMDB Irrelevant in a Virtual and Cloud Based World?

June 2, 2010
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Is the CMDB Irrelevant in a Virtual and Cloud Based World?

The CMDB's that were designed and architected for static physical systems appear to be unwieldy, too difficult to keep up to date, and not real-time enough to make the transition into the virtualized and cloud based world. Virtualized environment change too fast for existing CMDB's to keep up, and the notion of keeping a CMDB…

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Defining Tenants for Secure Multi-Tenancy for the Cloud

June 1, 2010
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The panel of the Virtualization Security Podcast on 5/27/2010 was joined by an attorney specializing in the Internet space. David Snead spoke at InfoSec and made it clear that there was more to secure multi-tenancy than one would imagine. The first question was "how would you define tenant?" which I believe is core to the…

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Growth of Citrix and Hyper-V EcoSystems

May 27, 2010
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PhD Virtual has gained its second round of funding with investment from Citrix amongst others as discussed within our post News: esXpress is no more but what does this mean for XenServer? Up until this point it looked like Citrix was out of the server hypervisor wars and backing Microsoft's Hyper-V play. Yet this looks…

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Citrix XenClient Enters the Ring

May 26, 2010
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Citrix Xenclient enters the bare metal hypervisor for desktops devices market and challenges the incumbents - Neocleus and VirtualComputer. As a solution to reducing management costs and improving the user experience such a funtion is undoubtedly a contender to change the way you think about your PC lifecycle management.

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