The ins and outs of VMware security products and features

Techtarget | June 19, 2019

IT managers must understand what role security plays in various platforms, because its a key aspect of overseeing a virtual environment. VMware security is a primary feature across the vendors line of products, but it's implemented in different ways.Security plays a major role in VMware NSX, while AppDefense is an endpoint security tool that detects abnormal application behavior. In addition, encryption is an important capability in VMwares core vSAN and vSphere products.This essential guide outlines features and integrations of NSX and AppDefense, tips on using encryption in vSAN and vSphere, and information on other VMware security features.

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