Video: HyTrust Intel Compliant SDDC Webinar: Five Key Questions
The Hytrust Intel Compliant SDDC webinar hosted by Roy Chua gave us a crash course on the must-know items in the pursuit of a secure & compliant software-defined data center (SDDC).
- Build a robust and compliant SDDC
- Monitor updates and changes to the virtualized network
- Expand your SDDC to the public cloud
From adoption trends to convergence scenarios, this Hytrust Intel Compliant SDDC webinar is a must see resource that will serve you well in your journey to optimizing your SDDC.
The essential questions addressed in this webinar include:
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?
Don’t forget to view the full event video and access the below HyTrust Intel Compliant SDDC Webinar webinar slides at your best convenience.
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