Microsoft, dell unveil new azure vmware integrations

Zdnet | May 02, 2019

Microsoft, dell unveil new azure vmware integrations
It was just two years ago that microsoft and vmware were at odds over microsoft making a preview of vmware virtualization on azure. When that preview was announced, vmware officials noted microsoft's preview was developed without vmware's participation and was neither certified nor supported by vmware.

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Tom Corn, VMware SVP Security Products, and Shawn Bass, VMware VP End-User Computing, discuss how virtualization is transforming security and enabling a more feasible approach to least privilege environments. These environments enable enterprises to deal with one of the major challenges in enterprise security: distinguishing between real problems and false alarms.

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Spotlight

Tom Corn, VMware SVP Security Products, and Shawn Bass, VMware VP End-User Computing, discuss how virtualization is transforming security and enabling a more feasible approach to least privilege environments. These environments enable enterprises to deal with one of the major challenges in enterprise security: distinguishing between real problems and false alarms.