Virtualization, Container and Microservice Security

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Whitepaper: Why Modern Enterprise IAM Must Be Rearchitected: Build Your Case for Containerized IAM and IDaaS - 80044

IT paradigms are under change. Containerized solutions, building on Microservice Architectures and exposing well-defined sets of APIs, are rapidly becoming the new normal. Such architectures provide clear benefits when used for IAM, allowing customers to shift from lengthy deployments of…

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VMware to Acquire Carbon Black and Pivotal, Aims at the Modern, Secure Cloud Vision

Last week, VMware has announced its intent to acquire Carbon Black, one of the leading providers of cloud-based endpoint security solutions. This announcement follows earlier news about acquiring Pivotal, a software development company known for its Cloud Foundry cloud application platform,…

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API Security in Microservices Architectures

Microservice-based architectures allow businesses to develop and deploy their applications in a much more flexible, scalable and convenient way – across multiple programming languages, frameworks and IT environments. Like with any other new technology that DevOps and security teams…

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Executive View: Bromium Secure Platform 4.1 - 71309

Windows endpoint protection from risky tasks and malicious files, through browser and application isolation within one-time disposable micro-virtual machines combined with user behavior monitoring and enhanced enterprise management capabilities.

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May 17, 2019: Microservice & Identity Boot Camp

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Cisco Promises Future of the Internet – But Can They Deliver?

On December 11th I attended an analyst webcast from Cisco entitled “The Future of the Internet”. At this Cisco unveiled its plans for its next generation of networking products. While this was interesting, it did not meet my expectations for a deeper vision of the future of the internet. The timing is interesting because 50 years ago in 1969 there were several events that were seminal to the internet. Many people will remember Apollo 11 and the moon landing – while this was [...]

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