With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? Are you a VMware NSX user? Make sure to add FireMon. The company offers a highly regarded network security management solution for hybrid cloud. And they deliver continuous security for multi-cloud enterprise environments through a powerful fusion of vulnerability management, compliance and orchestration. Since creating their network security policy management solution, FireMon has continued to deliver real-time visibility into and control over complex network security infrastructures, policies and risk postures.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with FireMon to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2019 event.
FireMon solutions deliver persistent network security, insight, automation and compliance for enterprise networks. With FireMon, enterprises can dramatically improve effectiveness of network defenses, optimize investments and speed response to changing business demands. Built for scale on a distributed data architecture, FireMon Security Manager, Global Policy Controller (GPC), Lumeta, Policy Planner, Policy Optimizer and Risk Analyzer empowers enterprises with a closed loop approach to security infrastructure management.
Security Manager, the foundation of the FireMon platform, offers practitioners in-depth visibility into firewall configurations – from single devices to large, multi-vendor environments – to eliminate overly permissive access and resulting gaps in security. With a dashboard that automatically displays a range of key performance indicators, Security Manager arms users with the intelligence to effectively tailor network enforcement to changing requirements.
GPC is the industry’s first solution to deliver persistent network policy enforcement across dynamic virtual, multi-cloud and multi-platform environments. GPC provides an approach to automation for complex, virtualized network environments and allows network administrators to manage infrastructure with speed and agility.
Lumeta is comprehensive network and endpoint discovery. Lumeta insight includes anomaly detection and provides real-time infrastructure visibility, change monitoring and leak-path detection for hybrid enterprises.
Policy Planner and Policy Optimizer provide detailed contextual information for efficient security policy implementation - automated change workflow and compliance assessment, rule recertification and removal, and standards-based ticketing systems integration. With Risk Analyzer, user can prioritize and mitigate known vulnerabilities based on real-world access exposure, preserving critical resources and reducing the attack surface.
For more information visit http://www.firemon.com.
Global Policy Controller: https://www.firemon.com/
FireMon Lumenta: https://www.firemon.com/
Security Automation Strategy: https://www.firemon.com/
With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? Well, definitely ThinPrint. VMblog has been following ThinPrint for many years, and they never disappoint with what they show off at these events. We met with ThinPrint a few months ago at Citrix Synergy 2019, and it was time well spent. At VMworld, they promise to bring out the technology! One of them being ezeep – ThinPrint’s printing solution for Azure-hosted Windows 10 multi-session desktops – it ensures secure and easy connectivity to existing print environments and smooth printing from any device.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Henning Volkmer of ThinPrint to learn what the company has planned for the upcoming VMworld 2019 event.
LG Electronics USA Business Solutions provides an innovative IT commercial portfolio, including premium 4K UHD, In-Plane Switching, UltraWide, Zero Client cloud endpoints, Thin Clients and LED Desktop Monitors and LG’s Medical Monitors. LG’s IT products deliver uncompromised display quality with outstanding resolution, professional functionality powered by a superior IPS panel and additional technologies designed to meet the needs across diverse businesses.
LG’s superior IT commercial portfolio provides organizations and businesses with the power to harness speed, efficiency, security and performance with simplicity and ease. Booth #1557.
The world's largest combined virtualization and cloud computing event, VMworld, is coming up fast! The event takes place August 25th-29th, 2019 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA. The event is always jam packed with incredible information coming out of the keynote presentations, from the large number of breakout sessions, to the Solutions Expo which is filled with awesome vendors and solution experts from around the world. And, we can't say enough about the fan favorite -- the VMworld Hands-On Labs.
To find out more ahead of the show, VMblog spoke with VMware to dig in a little deeper as we prepare for VMware's premiere convention.
With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? For us, that's simple... Veeam. VMblog has been following Veeam for over a decade. Their Hyper-Availability Platform is one of the most complete solutions around that helps customers on the journey to automating data management and ensuring the Hyper-Availability of data. Just ask their more than 355,000 customers worldwide!
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Veeam to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2019 event.
VMworld is the premiere virtualization and cloud computing event held every year by VMware going back to 2004 when it kicked things off in San Diego. This year, the show returns to San Francisco after a three year run in Las Vegas.
Come along as VMblog takes you on a tour of VMworld through the years, rock and roll style. View the City and Attendance play bill. View the VMworld Set List. Find out how many Keynotes were hosted by which CEO. What about the bands who have played over the years? Check out the key updates made during each VMworld event and the tag lines used over the years. And find out which vendors you should be adding to your must see list at VMworld 2019.
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In only a few short weeks from now, 21k+ virtualization and cloud users will embark on their annual pilgrimage to what has become known as a reunion of friends and fellow virtualization geeks, an event called VMworld.
VMworld US 2019 begins on Aug. 25th, 2019 and continues through August 29th. The event will feature hundreds of unique breakout sessions from VMware and its community of partners, customers and industry experts; and the Solutions Exchange will be packed by more than 230 vendor sponsors and exhibitors.
As the show is nearly upon us, VMblog would like to send out its "survival guide" for those first time attendees or those individuals who might just want a refresher on some of what's to come. Here are a few tips and tricks to help make your VMworld 2019 event a little bit more successful or enjoyable.
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With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? That's easy, Zerto is a no brainer to get added to your list, for a number of reasons. VMblog has been following Zerto from the beginning. And now, with their IT Resilience Platform, they are providing customers with an all-in-one converged disaster recovery and backup platform that enables digital transformation, reduces downtime and data loss, and helps businesses move workloads seamlessly across clouds or datacenters. They have their own event called ZertoCon which is loaded with information, but I expect them to take VMworld by storm like they have done for so many years.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Caroline Seymour, VP of Product Marketing at Zerto, to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2019 event.
I just returned from Microsoft Inspire which was held in Las Vegas again this year. Microsoft Inspire is the namesake's annual partner conference, previously known as the Worldwide Partner Conference that has occurred every year since 2002. Microsoft Inspire has become a harbinger of news that will logically be accentuated at Microsoft Ignite, the company's end-user conference and event that follows in Orlando in November this year.