Tag Archives: Virtualization Security Podcast

Lowest-Hanging Fruit of Cloud Security

VirtualizationSecurityAt nearly every conference, we talk about the lowest-hanging fruit of virtualization security, but we often miss the discussion about the lowest-hanging fruit of cloud security. They are not the same. Are we talking about good SSL hygiene? That is a part of it, but there is something even more basic than that. John Dickson, principal of the Denim Group, joined us on The Virtualization Security Podcast to talk about how people are moving to the cloud and the things they miss. Continue reading Lowest-Hanging Fruit of Cloud Security

Hyper-V Security: 5nine Software

VirtualizationSecurityOn the 9/5 Virtualization Security Podcast we discussed Hyper-V Security and were joined by Alex Kibkalo, a former senior architect at Microsoft who works as a Director of Product Management in 5nine Software. 5nine Software has developed the first introspective virtualization security device for Hyper-V. Introspective security has been missing from Hyper-V for a number of years, while it was possible to implement, the market has been so small that is was not feasible until now. Which implies Hyper-V is gaining adherents so has a need for better security measures. Continue reading Hyper-V Security: 5nine Software

VMware NSX Conversations

VMworld2013.150pxAt VMworld 2013 and on the Virtualization Security Podcast there were many conversations about VMware NSX. These conversations ranged from how will we implement this new technology to security, scale, and other technical questions. In addition, NSX and what was needed to make it a reality may be the answer to a nagging security question. Brad Hedlund, from the VMware NSX team, joined the Virtualization Security Podcast to share with us some of the details around VMware NSX prior to the podcast. Continue reading VMware NSX Conversations

HP Releases New Thin Client amidst a Growing Market

HP100x30hp logoHP announced the newest addition to the top of their thin client device line.  The t820 series focuses on delivering the highest level of performing thin clients, targeting users that historically have not been able to use thin clients in the past.  In a press release on August 19th, “There is new and growing demand in today’s market for quad-core processing and multimedia graphics on thin clients,” said Jeff Groudan, marketing director, Thin Clients, HP. “With the HP t820, we’ve delivered a more advanced thin client solution to give companies the speed and performance required for their most demanding applications.”  Continue reading HP Releases New Thin Client amidst a Growing Market

Testing within the Virtual Environment

DataCenterVirtualizationThere has long been a debate about testing products within a virtual environment. Not just on how, but the why as well as the what to test. There are limits in some EULA’s as well on the reporting of such testing.  This was the subject of the 7/25 Virtualization Security Podcast (#112 – Virtualization Security Roundtable) held Live from NSS Labs in Austin, TX.  Where we delved into the issues of testing within a virtual environment. While the discussion was about security products, it is fairly straight forward to apply the concepts to other products within the virtual environment. Continue reading Testing within the Virtual Environment