The digital transformation driving the adoption of multi-cloud networks requires an equivalent security transformation.
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Enterprises must realize the advantages of the cloud without introducing new risk.
Time to market is of essence, because your competitors are already there.
The SDDC is an artificial and temporary stopgap toward the next architectural destination.
The hybrid cloud sits at the core of compute and storage efforts.
Using an MSSP means that organizations don’t have to hire security manpower
The problem is that the security and policy features are provider specific.
Moving applications and data to the public cloud brings a number of security advantages.
SDN is well suited to address the security requirements in container environments.
Despite the movement to cloud, data centers will still be around for the foreseeable future.
Containers certainly face security threats that virtual machines do not.
The only way to beat this game of whack-a-mole is to swing a faster mallet.
Organizations must build key programming skills in their network engineers.
Software defined infrastructure sprawl is worst where it is compound.
The branch network and WAN remain a challenge for most enterprise IT teams.