Data Center Security with Micro-Segmentation up to Layer 7.

| October 6, 2016

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Security is the killer app in the Software Defined Data Center. Micro-segmentation secures the SDDC. Effective micro-segmentation requires Layer 7 application visibility. Is provided by L7 Classifier integrated in hypervisor. Analyses east-west traffic between VMs in real-time, up to L7 application. Enables real-time association between applications and security policies. Divides data center into smaller zones which can be protected separately. Secures east-west traffic inside the data center. Applies appropriate trust / privilege to each VM.

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CompuCom Systems, Inc., a global company headquartered in Plano, Texas, provides IT managed services, infrastructure solutions, consulting and products to Fortune 1000 companies committed to enhancing their end users’ experience. Founded in 1987, privately held CompuCom employs approximately 11,500 associates. For more information, visit www.compucom.com. Our vision is to empower people to achieve the highest levels of performance by making technology work for them — anywhere, anytime, on any device.

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