Open Security Controller
OSC simplifies and automates security management and compliance and because it is open, offers organizations the flexibility to choose the security technology that is best suited to their needs.
Open Security Controller Project is a software-defined security orchestration solution that automates deployment of virtualized network security functions, like next-generation firewall, intrusion prevention systems and application data controllers. The Open Security Controller Project enables East-West data center security, is scalable and reduces threats in software defined network environments.
The Open Security Controller (OSC) project was formed to centralize security services orchestration for multi-cloud environments.
The Open Security Controller Project is an open source project of The Linux Foundation. The mission of the project is to support the collaboration of development of software to centralize security services orchestration for multi-cloud environments. The Open Security Controller (OSC) code base:
|Categories||Cloud and Virtualization > Cloud Orchestration|
Security > Security Infrastructure SDK, APIs, Libraries
Security > Security Management and Analytics
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