Book of the Month: April 2016
Here is cloud☁mania recommendation of April in Book of the Month category. Edited by Lawrence C. Miller, with over 20 year experience in information security. He is the co-author of CISSP for Dummies and more than 30 other titles. Sponsored by Palo Alto Networks – the network security company.
Book: “Network Security in Virtualized Data Centers for Dummies”
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
To realize the benefits of virtualization you must adapt your security architecture to address new challenges, and today’s application and threat landscape.
Read the book and learn:
- How virtualization enables cloud computing
- How Applications use SSL hiding and other techniques to thwart traditional port-based firewalls
- What new security challenges virtualization introduces in the modern data center
- How security needs differ for internal data centers and internal-facing data centers.
Are security implications in a virtualized computing environment essential from the cloud perspective? The book outlines the challenges of securing the virtualized data center and cloud computing environments and how to address them with next-generation firewalls. Virtualization topics cover many technologies, including servers, storage, desktops, and applications, among others.
More info and Where to order: HERE
Thanks to Palo Alto Networks to share this book during IDC Security Roadshow, Bucharest 14 April 2016.