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Securing the Cloud with Juniper vGW Virtual Gateway

When it comes to cloud computing, security has been one of the biggest inhibitors for businesses. While traditional security architectures (such as network-based firewalls and intrusion prevention system devices) are essential to the security of the physical network of the cloud, they provide no vis
When it comes to cloud computing, security has been one of the biggest inhibitors for businesses. While traditional security architectures (such as network-based firewalls and intrusion prevention system devices) are essential to the security of the physical network of the cloud, they provide no visibility into the traffic generated in the virtualized part of the network (e.g., traffic between virtual machines in the data center's host virtualization servers). To provide proper protections for the cloud, it is necessary to address the most significant underlying technology of the cloud: virtualization of workloads and servers.
> And this is exactly what Juniper Networks vGW Virtual Gateway does. vGW is a comprehensive, hypervisor-based, virtualization security solution that was purpose-built for cloud environments. Join us to learn more about how vGW delivers total virtual data center protection and cloud security through visibility into the virtualized environment, multiple layers of protection, and a complete set of compliance tools-all things your customers will require with their move to the cloud.
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