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Server Virtualization Security: A Lot More Work Is Needed

October 25, 2010 No Comments

If you attended VMworld in late August, you know that virtualization security was featured extensively. Ditto for VMworld Europe where VMware CEO Paul Maritz included a few security slides in his keynote presentation. Maritz and VMware get it — virtualization security has been somewhat neglected until recently. If server virtualization is truly to become next-generation cloud infrastructure, security must be integrated throughout the technology.

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