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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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EMC World 2012 HoL – vShield App with Data Security – Lab #13

Lab #13… this year, the #13 proved why it is considered an unlucky number. Don’t get me wrong, it was not unlucky all the time… just at certain moments. If anything, I was the luckiest because I got to build out and write lab #13 for the Hands on Labs at EMC World 2012. This […]

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VAAI Integration … File and Block for EMC

Although this isn’t about security, it is about virtualization and it is information that I was looking for… AND I am all about sharing …. I wanted to post this as a “one pager” of the capabilities of EMC arrays and VMware VAAI and where we stand today on March 21, 2012 vSphere 4.1 primitives […]

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VSI (virtual storage integrator) is a Security feature

Recently I was doing a breakdown of the FREE VSI plugin for VMware. It is available from EMC for EMC storage. It is a plugin that provides a single management interface to manage EMC storage within the vSphere environment. There are a lot of components of it and a lot of great capabilities. As I […]

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April 7th Webcast: Virtual Machine Security Best Practices for VMware Environments

I wanted to take this time to talk about a webcast that my fellow vSpecialist Sharon Isaacson and I are presenting on April 7th. It is called “Virtual Machine Security Best Practices for VMware Environments”. Here is the link to register for the event (you can also register by selecting the image at the very […]

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