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Juniper Firefly Perimeter 12.1×47 D10.2 Release – What’s New

Several weeks ago, Juniper Networks officially released an updated version of Firefly Perimeter. The version is 12.1×47 D10.2. We provided a lot of new and amazing updates into the product. I wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with an understanding of what is currently available in this code. Unified Threat Management ( UTM […]

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Recap of VMworld 2014 USA – Juniper Style

This was the first year that I got to attend VMworld as a member of the Juniper family. It was a great experience, we had our first lab in the Hands-on Lab which I personally think was a success. Of course we also had a booth with lots of traffic. We received a lot of […]

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VMworld 2014 – Juniper at the Hands-on Lab

This is an exciting year for me. I joined Juniper Networks and my first week, I submitted a lab proposal representing Juniper for the VMworld 2014 Hands-on Lab. Weeks later, it was approved and two weeks ago, I finalized the lab and document. I am so incredibly excited that for the first time ever, Juniper […]

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VMworld 2014 Call for Papers – Vote for #1310

Yes… Yes… I admit that this is a shameless plug and if you know me, you know that doing anything like this is like pulling teeth for me. I really don’t like it but I understand that it needs to be done and I need to take any opportunity I can get. The VMworld 2014 […]

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vShield / vCloud Networking and Security App – Excluding VMs

This blog is specifically for VMware vCloud Networking and Security 5.x… I would definitely say that the number one question I get regarding vCloud Networking and Security is with regard to vShield App and all the things you can (and can not) do with it. One of the questions that I recently got was regarding […]

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VMware Hardened Virtual Appliance Operations Guide

VMware recently released the Hardened Virtual Appliance Operations Guide. This whitepaper was written to assist with the additional components that an administrator may choose to implement on the hardened virtual appliances. You see VMware created a hardened virtual appliance “by embedding the technical requirements of the STIG in the design”. What the heck am I […]

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November’s Important VMware Security Links

Needless to say, my life has been crazy since joining VMware. My ability to update this site has been falling behind as I work on some amazing projects. I even took over the VMware Public Sector Blog.What I noticed today when I updated the Public Sector site because of a tweet I sent out, was […]

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