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Old 10-05-2015, 10:31 AM
Rajesh Behal Rajesh Behal is offline
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Old 10-05-2015, 01:50 PM
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“ The cost savings and operational benefits offered by virtualization can be very compelling – but there are a few things to bear in mind when you’re putting together your project strategy if you’re going to maintain the security of your company’s systems and information.”
• Make sure security is considered at the very outset of any potential virtualization project. If your company’s virtualization roll-out plans don’t include security – that’s an incomplete and insecure strategy.
• When you’re assessing which virtualization platform is right for your project, make sure you also consider how that platform will affect your security options.
• Consider starting by replicating all of the security policies you currently apply to your physical IT infrastructure – to your new virtual environment.
• Assess each project – and its security requirements – before setting targets for performance and consolidation ratios.
• Carefully review the available security technologies, including:
– Agent-based.
– Agentless.
– Light Agent.
• Choose a security solution that will accommodate changes in the virtualization software that you’re running. If you’re using VMware now, but you later move to Citrix, you’ll want to avoid the expense of having to buy new security software licences and also having to retrain on the use of a new security package.
• Assess how well your chosen virtualization security software is integrated with other security technologies. Higher levels of integration will mean a
much lower load on your IT administration resources.
• To ease the burden on your IT security and IT administration teams, choose a security solution that enables you to control multiple
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Old 11-26-2015, 11:42 AM
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“ The cost savings and operational benefits offered by virtualization can be very compelling – but there are a few things to bear in mind when you’re putting together your project strategy if you’re going to maintain the security of your company’s systems and information.”
• Make sure security is considered at the very outset of any potential virtualization project. If your company’s virtualization roll-out plans don’t include security – that’s an incomplete and insecure strategy.
• When you’re assessing which virtualization platform is right for your project, make sure you also consider how that platform will affect your security options.
• Consider starting by replicating all of the security policies you currently apply to your physical IT infrastructure – to your new virtual environment.
• Assess each project – and its security requirements – before setting targets for performance and consolidation ratios.
• Carefully review the available security technologies, including:
– Agent-based.
– Agentless.
– Light Agent.
• Choose a security solution that will accommodate changes in the virtualization software that you’re running. If you’re using VMware now, but you later move to Citrix, you’ll want to avoid the expense of having to buy new security software licences and also having to retrain on the use of a new security package.
• Assess how well your chosen virtualization security software is integrated with other security technologies. Higher levels of integration will mean a
much lower load on your IT administration resources.
• To ease the burden on your IT security and IT administration teams, choose a security solution that enables you to control multiple
Visualization is really a serious matter for an organization. Great tips!
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Old 01-28-2016, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by magicGartner View Post
“ The cost savings and operational benefits offered by virtualization can be very compelling – but there are a few things to bear in mind when you’re putting together your project strategy if you’re going to maintain the security of your company’s systems and information.”
• Make sure security is considered at the very outset of any potential virtualization project. If your company’s virtualization roll-out plans don’t include security – that’s an incomplete and insecure strategy.
• When you’re assessing which virtualization platform is right for your project, make sure you also consider how that platform will affect your security options.
• Consider starting by replicating all of the security policies you currently apply to your physical IT infrastructure – to your new virtual environment.
• Assess each project – and its security requirements – before setting targets for performance and consolidation ratios.
• Carefully review the available security technologies, including:
– Agent-based.
– Agentless.
– Light Agent.
• Choose a security solution that will accommodate changes in the virtualization software that you’re running. If you’re using VMware now, but you later move to Citrix, you’ll want to avoid the expense of having to buy new security software licences and also having to retrain on the use of a new security package.
• Assess how well your chosen virtualization security software is integrated with other security technologies. Higher levels of integration will mean a
much lower load on your IT administration resources.
• To ease the burden on your IT security and IT administration teams, choose a security solution that enables you to control multiple
You have supplied some excellent tips. I appreciate the time you took to do this. It's important to understand virtualization and the security you need.
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Old 02-07-2016, 02:01 PM
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As server virtualization projects gain scale and strategic value, enterprise IT managers must move quickly beyond tactical approaches to achieve best results.

7 tips for succeeding with virtualization:

1) Approach virtualization holistically
2) Identify and inventory virtual resources
3) Plan for capacity
4) Marry the physical and virtual
5) Eliminate virtual blind spots
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Old 03-29-2016, 03:01 PM
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Encryption,Proper software,Optimization that is 3 tips if you brief explain than search on Google.
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