Secure the SDDC with Network Micro-Segmentation

Presented by

Ofer Or, Tufin VP of Products

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Enterprise transition to Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDCs) has begun and organizations must be able to manage a dispersed environment (multiple, segmented networks) centrally, through software – with the minimal amount of manual intervention. For the most effective SDDC, organizations must ensure that every piece in their solution architecture is aligned and automated. In this 45 minute session, experts from Tufin will share how security, network, operation, and virtualization teams are working together to build a robust SDDC environment, covering topics such as: • Virtualized networks • Micro-segmentation for physical and virtual networks • Simple alignment of network security policies across the software-defined data center • Visibility and governance over network security in the software-defined data center

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