Networking is a software industry, and network virtualization is transforming network and security operations and economics.
Enterprise IT leaders need to rethink the way they secure their applications and data.
The increasing complexity and cost of enterprise security sets the stage for major disruption in the year ahead.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger presents a new, intent-based security model aligned to applications—the lifeblood of organizations.
VMware announces intent to acquire VeloCloud, the industry-leading cloud-delivered SD-WAN tech for enterprises and service providers.
VMware AppDefense leverages virtualization to protect applications running in virtualized and cloud environments.
VMware AppDefense leverages the software-defined infrastructure to protect applications running on virtualized and cloud environments.
VMware AppDefense creates least privilege environments, enabling a security mode that locks down “good” rather than just “chasing bad."
Virtualization and the principle of least privilege lead the most significant transformation in network security in decades.
VMware NSX provides virtual networking capabilities, but companies are finding it foundational for a new approach to security.
VMware’s Pere Monclus explains why the evolution of infrastructure from hardware to software is driving digital transformation.
Network virtualization is the key to digital transformation, but it requires more than just a technology change.
Virtualization can transform security by focusing it on apps and data, and making it far more dynamic and effective across clouds.