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VMware Network Virtualization

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  • Lightboard Series: Networking and Security for Virtual Desktops & Mobile Devices
    Lightboard Series: Networking and Security for Virtual Desktops & Mobile Devices Hadar Freehling, Staff Security Strategist, Networking & Security, VMware Recorded: Feb 23 2017 11 mins
    Series Title: Illustrating the Value of Network Virtualization
    Series Abstract: Join VMware NSX experts for a series of short webcasts focused on the technology and business drivers around network virtualization. Using a lightboard, we’ll illustrate how network virtualization with NSX can support an organization’s strategic initiatives.

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    Title: Networking and Security for Virtual Desktops and Mobile Devices
    Abstract: Learn how to deploy intelligent networking and micro-segmentation for VDI and extend these capabilities to secure mobile apps and devices. We’ll demonstrate how VMware NSX can help you manage virtual desktop user access, and how to limit users from jumping off one server to another. You’ll also learn how to apply a few easily managed rules in your data center that can reduce your attack surface with policies that dynamically follow virtual desktops. In the second part of the session, we’ll explore how the integration of AirWatch and NSX allows you to extend security from your mobile devices and applications to their data center resources.

    In this session, we will discuss:
    •Using intelligent networking and micro-segmentation to make VDI environments more secure
    •Minimizing your attack surface with rules and policies for dynamic virtual desktops
    Extending security from mobile devices and applications to the data center
  • NSX Master Class: Networking from Physical to Virtual and back again!
    NSX Master Class: Networking from Physical to Virtual and back again! Neil Moore & Ron Fuller Recorded: Feb 23 2017 56 mins
    In this session, we will bring an NSX infrastructure online in a running physical environment – a powerful example of migrating to a virtual infrastructure with no downtime. We will discuss the linking of physical devices to the edge services gateway and configuring routing protocols on network devices and in the NSX environment. We will also explain why a clear knowledge of your ecosystem, from the physical switch on up, will help you better understand how the overlay and the underlay come together. This master class picks up after the software has been installed, at the point when you need to start securing and passing packets in your environment.

    This session will include:

    A deep dive into setting up the physical and virtual network infrastructure.
    Demos you can follow to get NSX quickly running in your environment.
  • NSX Master Class: Security
    NSX Master Class: Security Jimmy Ray Purser & Ron Fuller Recorded: Feb 23 2017 60 mins
    The best actors don’t film an entire movie in a single day. The same is true for ‘bad actors’ in your data center: they don’t attack the whole data center at once, but start small and branch out rapidly. With this approach, they can make traditional segmentation methods ineffective. The key to security is to always expect a counter move. You need to make your data center operate dynamically, just as your threats do, yet remain flexible to support your applications. In this session, we will look at methods to operationalize east-west security in ways that ensure that scaling and flexibility don’t become an increased burden on your IT staff.

    You'll learn:

    Best practices from government recommendations
    Automation for security with Service Composer
    Security resource planning using Splunk and NSX
  • Introduction to Operational Transformation with NSX Network Virtualization and S
    Introduction to Operational Transformation with NSX Network Virtualization and S Mark Schweighardt and Venky Deshpande Recorded: Feb 23 2017 67 mins
    NSX network virtualization represents a major advancement in helping organizations realize the benefits of speed, agility, and security. Enterprises are using VMware NSX to achieve game-changing operational advantages. In this webinar we will cover the NSX Operations Maturity Model that spans across people, process, and tooling – including general operational guidance and best practices based on real world implementations. This unique webinar is ideal for IT executives and managers who want to understand what it takes to operationalize NSX. It is also useful for networking and security professionals in architecture, engineering, and admin/ops who will participate in operationalizing NSX for their organization.

    In this webcast, you will:
    - Gain a basic understanding of the NSX Operations Maturity Model and what it takes to successfully operationalize NSX across people, process, and tooling.
    - Learn about the real-life best practices customers are using to operationalize NSX, as well as the resources and services VMware offers to help you on this journey.
    - Learn how to approach your transformational journey gradually, by starting small and taking incremental steps towards a more mature end state.
  • Tackle Security Concerns With Micro-segmentation
    Tackle Security Concerns With Micro-segmentation Wade Holmes, Sr. Technical Product Manager, VMware Recorded: Feb 23 2017 48 mins
    Micro-segmentation enables security architects and practitioners to implement granular policy driven security and visibility. Join this session to learn how to plan a security strategy around micro-segmentation using VMware NSX. This includes guidance to plan, design, and implement security policy utilizing micro-segmentation.

    - Maintain consistent security in a rapidly changing environment
    - Provision security policies based on workload requirements
    - Guidelines for planning, designing and implementing micro-segmentation

    Join us and learn how to use micro-segmentation to transform security in your virtual networks.
  • 3 Ways That Network Virtualization Transforms Data Centers
    3 Ways That Network Virtualization Transforms Data Centers Sean Howard, Staff Systems Engineer, Networking & Security, VMware Recorded: Feb 23 2017 43 mins
    If you feel like you’re being held hostage to a data center operational model that no longer delivers, learn how virtualized networking using NSX can transform your day-to-day work and deliver the business outcomes expected of IT. The abstraction of functionality from hardware into software also frees IT from the compromises between speed and security, or between security and agility.

    We’ll discuss the technical benefits of network virtualization, including:
    - Reduce service provisioning from days to minutes
    - Roll out non-disruptive deployment, completely decoupled from network hardware
    - Automate security for speed and agility in the data center

    Don't miss this opportunity to hear about the various use cases and IT outcomes of VMware NSX.
  • Lightboard Series: NSX for Multi-site Deployments and Disaster Recovery
    Lightboard Series: NSX for Multi-site Deployments and Disaster Recovery John Whitman, Senior NSX Systems Engineer, VMware Recorded: Feb 23 2017 16 mins
    Series Title: Illustrating the Value of Network Virtualization
    Series Abstract: Join VMware NSX experts for a series of short webcasts focused on the technology and business drivers around network virtualization. Using a lightboard, we’ll illustrate how network virtualization with NSX can support an organization’s strategic initiatives.

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    Title: NSX for Multi-site Deployments and Disaster Recovery
    Abstract: Deploying NSX across multiple datacenters allows organizations to dynamically move and manage workloads between multiple physical locations. The benefits of this capability are immediately clear: workload mobility, resource pooling, central management, consistent security policies across vCenter domains/sites, and disaster recovery. In this session, we’ll illustrate use cases and capabilities, including L2 connectivity without the use of OTV, cross-data center security policies, and isolating networks for disaster recovery testing and validation. In the second part of the session, we’ll dive into how NSX can improve your business disaster recovery plan and strengthen your overall RTO.

    In this session, we will discuss:
    •The many benefits of deploying NSX across multiple data centers
    •Capabilities and use cases for cross-data center connectivity and security
    •Using NSX to improve your disaster recovery plans and strengthen RTO
  • Lightboard Series: Micro-segmentation Planning – What You Need to Know
    Lightboard Series: Micro-segmentation Planning – What You Need to Know Sean O’Dell, Systems Engineer, Network & Security Business Unit, VMware Recorded: Feb 9 2017 21 mins
    Series Title: Illustrating the Value of Network Virtualization
    Series Abstract: Join VMware NSX experts for a series of short webcasts focused on the technology and business drivers around network virtualization. Using a lightboard, we’ll illustrate how network virtualization with NSX can support an organization’s strategic initiatives.

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    Title: Micro-segmentation Planning – What You Need to Know
    Abstract: Are you interested in deploying micro-segmentation but not sure where to start? One of the challenges is acquiring a complete picture of what’s going on within the datacenter and understanding your network flows. We’ll show you how to collect and analyze network flows in real time with vRealize Network Insight, providing vital context into the virtual machines and the applications they are originating from or terminating to. Once you understand who is talking to whom and which flows need to be allowed or blocked, you can use that intel to effectively model security groups and firewall rules, making micro-segmentation easier to deploy.

    In this webcast, we will discuss:
    •The key steps you need to know to prepare for micro-segmentation
    •How to collect network flow data to build a picture of your application environment
    •Using network flow information to model security groups and firewall rules
  • Policy Automation and Detection with NSX and the SDDC 
    Policy Automation and Detection with NSX and the SDDC  Hadar Freehling, Staff Security Strategist, Networking & Security, VMware Recorded: Dec 21 2016 21 mins
    Watch Hadar Freehling, VMware staff security strategist, as he discusses how virtualization — via NSX — can be powerful tool in your enterprise’s overall security efforts.

    What you’ll learn:
    •How leveraging NSX virtualization offers significant security management benefits over what you’re using now
    •How NSX makes automatic detection, alerting, isolation, and remediation a reality
  • Getting Started with Micro-segmentation
    Getting Started with Micro-segmentation Julie Starr, Security Strategist, Networking & Security, VMware Recorded: Dec 14 2016 14 mins
    You’ve chosen NSX, but what’s the best way to get started? Watch as Julie Starr, VMware Security Strategist, discusses micro-segmentation and how it can accelerate your NSX distributed firewall implementation.

    What you’ll learn:
    • How the three components that define micro-segmentation — access control, network isolation, advanced security services — can create a powerful basis for your NSX distributed firewall deployment
    • The best approach to employ micro-segmentation in your NSX deployment

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