Making the Service-defined
Firewall a Reality
With full stack visibility into applications and the services that comprise them, the Service-defined Firewall generates and enforces security policies at the network and process level of applications without the need for additional agents on the workload. In this webcast, we will show you how the Service-defined Firewall delivers more protection for your network by:
- Creating, enforcing, and automatically adapting macro and micro-segmentation policies between environments, compliance zones, applications, and workloads.
- Protecting critical assets such as domain controllers, shared services, and essential apps running inside of micro-segments by locking down known good behavior.
- Replacing discrete appliances with a fully distributed software IDS/IPS solution that supports compliance, creates virtual zones and detects lateral threat movement on east-west traffic.
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Networking & Security
Chris McCain is a director in the Technologist group for Networking and Security at VMware. Chris has over 18 years of experience in the world of information technology. In addition to being a double VCDX in data center virtualization and network virtualization Chris has written several books on virtualization and infrastructure design. In 2006 Chris wrote the first book on VMware, Mastering VMware Infrastructure 3, which helped begin the massive stampede to virtual machines. His last book, Foundation in the Art of Infrastructure Design, was the #1 selling book at VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. As part of his mission at VMware Chris travels around the world talking to customers and partners about their vision and strategy for next generation data center design. Chris is based in St Petersburg, FL where he lives with his wife and two sons.