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Making the Hybrid Cloud Real: Architecting the Software-Defined Data Center with Hyper Converged Infrastructure
Most data centers support a mix of traditional IT and cloud infrastructures, each with their own operational model, cost profile, and technical skill set requirements. A hybrid cloud offers a single operating model across different infrastructures, and delivers better security and greater agility. In this session, we’ll show you how VMware Cloud Foundation and Dell EMC VxRail can help you realize a secure, operationally efficient and future-proof hybrid cloud. We’ll cover in detail:
  • How to turn a fragmented IT environment across different locations and clouds into a flexible, secure, and more easily managed environment
  • Deploying VMware Cloud Foundation as a common management layer that streamlines applications and IT services in a hybrid cloud environment
  • Moving applications across environments without downtime
  • Reducing the cost and effort of managing a distributed IT infrastructure
Frank Wegner
Senior Product Line Marketing Manager,

William Geller
Sr. Advisor, Product Marketing,
Dell EMC
Enhance VDI Security for Virtualized Desktops and Apps with VMware NSX and Horizon
VDI technology has been key in centralizing and securing desktops and applications. But behind the data center firewall, where hundreds or even thousands of desktops reside in close proximity to other users and mission-critical workloads, attacks can move from desktop to server, exposing a large attack surface within the data center. VMware NSX for Horizon effectively secures east-west traffic within the data center, delivering networking and security policies that dynamically follow virtual desktops and apps across infrastructure, devices, and locations. In this webcast, you will learn:
  • The benefits of centrally deploying virtual desktops and apps and the security concerns
  • How centrally delivering desktops and apps can help boost security
  • The benefits of micro-segmentation, and how it provides end-to-end security for virtual desktops and applications
Brigitte Skakkebaek
Product Line
Marketing Manager,

Alex Berger
Product Marketing Mgr.
NSX for Security & AppDefense,
Securing Office 365 with VMware Workspace ONE Conditional Access
As organizations deploy Office 365 for users across a range of locations and devices to help alleviate the complexity and costs associated with managing on-premises infrastructure, maintaining securing access becomes imperative. But the growing proliferation of powerful mobile devices has introduced new challenges in security. The conditional access capabilities of VMware Workspace ONE can help keep your implementation of Office 365 secure by enforcing authentication rules based on the network range, platform, and application-specific criteria. In this webcast, we will discuss:
  • The core challenges in managing access to Office 365
  • Why conditional access is a crucial step to maintaining security
  • Keeping out troublemakers while ensuring a great experience for your authenticated users
James Millington
Product Marketing,
End User Computing,

Camilo Lotero
Senior Technical Marketing Manager,
Workspace ONE,

Zero to DR in 60 Minutes - VMware Site Recovery for VMware Cloud on AWS Technical Walkthrough
VMware Site Recovery is a robust disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offering that protects workloads between on-premises datacenters and VMware Cloud on AWS, as well as between different instances of VMware Cloud on AWS. The service lets users take advantage of a consistent, managed, vSphere-based infrastructure and operating environment that extends from on-premises to VMware Cloud on AWS. In this session, we will show you a detailed demo of this solution, from its basic to advanced functionality. We’ll also discuss:
  • How VMware Site Recovery can go from activation to protecting VMs in less than an hour
  • Using VMware Site Recovery Manager for advanced orchestration automation
  • The capabilities of vSphere Replication for flexible, hypervisor-based replication
GS Khalsa
Senior Technical Marketing Architect,

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