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5 Steps to Simplify Security in the Modern Data Center

Legacy security architectures and traditional security platforms are ineffective at securing modern data centers. Modern data centers need a security solution that is software-based, distributed, and simple: making security better, faster, and cheaper. vArmour is the leader in software-based segmentation and micro-segmentation that protects critical applications and workloads in the data centers and cloud.

Join this webinar to learn more about the simple steps to securing the modern data center with vArmour.

Step 1: Understand the behaviors of applications and workloads (with deep visibility) for more informed decisions
Step 2: Streamline segmentation policy creation and management
Step 3: Flatten and secure your infrastructure without a network redesign
Step 4: Utilize proper control placement for better security and more efficient resource utilization
Step 5: Scale out independent controls with automation
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    Brian Morris, Worldwide Solutions Architect, vArmour
    Legacy security architectures and traditional security platforms are ineffective at securing modern data centers. Modern data centers need a security solution that is software-based, distributed, and simple: making security better, faster, and cheaper. vArmour is the leader in software-based segmentation and micro-segmentation that protects critical applications and workloads in the data centers and cloud.

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    Step 2: Streamline segmentation policy creation and management
    Step 3: Flatten and secure your infrastructure without a network redesign
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