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Ryan Coombes

The Rise of SDN and NV: Strengthening Corporate Infosecurity Policies Like Never Before

by Ryan Coombes

on Oct 29, 2015 12:39:00 PM

A lot has been written about how today’s I.T. Infrastructure security models are broken. The days of securing the perimeter and trusting everything and everybody inside are gone. To make such a statement may seem bold, but you only have to look to a recent Forrester survey* identifying the top three corporate security breaches as (1) the loss/theft of corporate assets; (2) inadvertent misuse by an insider and (3) external attacks targeting corporate systems, to understand that such a statement is far from bold and in fact a matter organisations should start to consider more seriously.

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Topics: software defined networks, SDN, SDDC, software defined data centre, Network Virtualisation, NV, Information Security, Zero-Trust Policy

Ryan Coombes

The Future of Networking has Arrived

by Ryan Coombes

on Oct 23, 2014 10:57:00 AM

Having recently attended VMWorld 2014 in Barcelona I was amazed at the volume of interest in VMWare's NSX platform. The official NSX launch has been much anticipated by the faithful and boy, we weren't let down! Besides the official keynote launch, there were dozens of workshops and hands on labs to get everyone started.

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Topics: network, software defined networks, SDDC, Arista, VMWare NSX, VMWare, Palo Alto, VMWorld 2014, Micro-Segmentation

Dominic Crawford

Securing the Next Generation of IT Infrastructure Part 1: Securing the Controller

by Dominic Crawford

on Sep 3, 2014 10:36:00 AM

Software Defined Networks seems to be the big buzzword of the moment, well it certainly is in our office.

SDN brings core functions such as centralised control and automation to your virtualised networks, allowing new environments and networks to be spun up in a matter of minutes.

However with new technologies, there are always new security concerns.

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Topics: software defined networks, SDN, security