Automating Cloud Network Security in a Software-Defined World

Presented by

Jeremy Snyder, VP Business Development, DivvyCloud

About this talk

In an SDN-world, every layer of the network is defined as code. This removes the ability to design or rely on physical controls for security and traffic management. Additionally, each new application requires a network architecture concept. It's very easy for large, distributed organizations to get this wrong. How can you ensure that your organization is using software-defined networks in the cloud in EXACTLY the way that you want to be using them? And at scale, that problem only gets more and more challenging. The answer is clear - automation is the key. Design and build rules that can take action in real-time to enforce an SDN configuration with proper policy and security.

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