Virtualization Management Center
Reflex’s award-winning Virtualization Management Center (VMC) manages and protects virtual servers, desktops, and networks providing a management, security and compliance solution that correlates infrastructure configuration changes, network services and security events for performance impact; enabling organizations to increase business efficiency and business continuity in the virtual data center.
Reflex’s comprehensive virtualization systems management solution is designed to provide customers with the essential management capabilities needed to:
- Effectively manage and secure the complex, dynamic virtual environment,
- Capitalize on the existing virtualization investment,
- Reduce cost through efficient management,
- Increase performance of the virtual infrastructure,
- Minimize downtime,
- Provide flexibility and scalability for IT resources,
- Maintain a reliable virtualized infrastructure running critical business applications.
Reflex virtual systems management solution is comprised of several components that can function independently or work in conjunction to provide a customized solution based on the organizational needs.
- vTrust – Security
- vWatch – Monitoring
- vProfile – Configuration
VMC Management Console
Reflex VMC is comprised of the VMC management console that provides a single point of management for both the award-winning vTrust and vWatch technology components. The VMC management console also serves as an integration point with third-party interfaces and cloud service providers.
- Discovery & Visualization
- Central Alerting
- Event Correlation
- Policy Automation
- Reporting of the entire virtual infrastructure
Reflex’s vTrust virtual security technology provides true data center policy management and enforcement across the entire virtualized environment whether it is hosted locally or in a private or public cloud. vTrust leverages VMware VMsafe technology to provide a more granular level of visibility and control into the communication within your VMware virtual environment, allowing more sophisticated segmentation, policy enforcement and virtual network security to enforce VM-to-VM traffic.
- Virtual Firewall
- Virtual IDS/IPS
- Segmentation through Trust Zones
- Compliance and Policy
Reflex’s vWatch monitoring technology enables organizations to manage and monitor the virtual environment by providing timeline-based insight into who is doing what, when and when within the virtual infrastructure. vWatch tracks all infrastructure changes, configuration changes, and software asset inventory and more than 150 performance metrics across the host, guest (VM), network and storage and provides centralized alerting and reporting.
- Change Control and Configuration Management
- Software Asset Inventory
- Compliance and Policy
Reflex’s vProfile configuration management technology provides a comprehensive solution to streamline and manage the configuration of virtualized hosts, virtual machines, and multiple VMware Virtual Centers by setting configuration baselines, quickly identifying variations and performing remediation.
- Configuration Management
VMC integrates security, compliance, audit and overall management of the virtual environment by providing visibility, correlation, control and automation through a single pane of glass.
- Change Control & Configuration Management
- Virtual Infrastructure Discovery & Mapping
- Software Asset Management
- Virtual Network Security (FW/IDS/IPS) & Segmentation
- Performance analysis on CPU, Memory, Network & Storage
- Audit & Compliance Timeline & Alerts
- Defense in Depth: Firewalls within the Virtual Environment
- The Real-Time Big Data vSphere Management Problem
- When to use a Virtual Firewall
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- Key VMworld 2011 Performance and Capacity Announcements
- Your VMworld 2011 Enterprise Virtualization Performance and Capacity Management Short List
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- Virtualization Security: Year in Review
- IT as a Service Reference Architecture
- Sum of the Parts… Not equal to the Whole