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Bluelane continues to educate the industry on Virtual Security!



I have regular contact with Greg Ness (VP Marketing, BlueLane) and am amazed the amount of work these people put up besides their regular day jobs. I'm sure the Virtualization community has a lot of work to do before they have a fully secure Virtual Infrastructure. Good jobs.

Check out the latest podcast here.

Summary:

1. Introduction
2. Commoditized Virtualization
3. Key elements of virtualization
4. hypervisor gaining more functionality
5. VM Sprawl to laptops
6. VMotion can break firewall rules
7. Virtual Appliances
8. New threats to VMs
9. Patch Challenges
10. VirtualShield
11. Security at the Network level
12. VirtualShield sits between the hypervisor and the Virtual Machine
13. 0-Day protection
14. Fixing the root cause
15. Setting up VirtualShield
16. Integration with VirtualCenter
17. Customer Feedback
18. Hardware level security without the hardware
19. Closing

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