The software-defined data center (SDDC) movement is gaining momentum. Most understand the definition of an SDDC to be the virtualization of the compute, storage and network stacks. For the most part this is true, but most pundits agree that an SDDC is not a product that you buy but is something that is built from architecture. According to Forrester, an SDDC is based on three architectural pillars; virtualization at all layers, orchestration and automation, and is modular standards-based infrastructure.
One of the attractions of a software-defined data center is the tremendous flexibility it offers to turn up new data center capacity and capabilities with what seems like a simple “flick of a switch”. But how is deployment of a software-defined data center going to jeopardize security and compliance and your ability to accrue the savings and benefits of an SDDC? This secure & compliant SDDC webinar will tackle five questions that can help ensure that your SDDC pursuit remains secure and compliant and you achieve your business objectives.
Can you control who, what and where?
Can you lock down access and monitor updates and changes to the virtualized network as you did before your SDDC deployment? Does moving to an SDDC cause you to lose visibility and control over access and changes to systems?
Is your platform future-proof?
Do you have the scalability in performance and new capabilities that will be needed as your SDDC deployment expands?
Can you pass the audit?
How will your SDDC deployment affect your current controls and compliance efforts? What happens as global regulations evolve?
Ready for Public Cloud?
Where in the world is your SDDC?
With increasing concerns regarding data sovereignty and the regulations and policies that mandate where sensitive information resides and its protection, do you know where your SDDC infrastructure and data resides?
HyTrust and Intel will answer these questions in a joint webinar hosted by SDx Central. You will hear from Ravi Varanasi, general manager of cloud security solutions at Intel Corporation and Ashwin Krishnan, senior vice president of product management for HyTrust. Both will share their expertise and insights on what is required to build a secure and compliant software-defined data center.
Join us on March 10th at 10:00am PST and get educated on the steps to a secure and compliant SDDC!
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