Catbird Solution Brief Highlights Benefits to Ease Transition to VMware NSX

A new publication describes the fast and easy way to secure the Software-Defined Data Center.

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Santa Cruz, CA (PRWEB) September 05, 2014

A solution brief from Catbird highlights the benefits of employing its security solution for businesses that are migrating to VMware NSX. The document details the single-pane-of-glass offering that eases the complicated process, which can often leave data centers vulnerable.

Catbird security allows businesses and organizations to protect the dynamic architecture of their data systems while maintaining control, consistency and compliance with the law. Designed to help meld NSX network virtualization into preexisting infrastructure, or transition to a whole new system, the Catbird solution will bring best-of-breed security tools together in one, highly visible, software platform. The document notes the possible features for organizations that incorporate this efficacious system, including firewall orchestration, Intrusion Detection and Protection, Netflow and SCAP configuration checks. Catbird neatly integrates these various security measures into one, efficient package, protecting virtual environments as organizations adopt NSX.

To view the solution brief, please visit: http://info.catbird.com/catbird-and-vmware-nsx

About Catbird
Catbird brings the power, agility and automation of the cloud to security policy and compliance, with a solution that automates, instruments and enforces policy while providing proof of continuous compliance. Customers rely on Catbird for managing cloud and virtualized infrastructure subject to compliance requirements including HIPAA, PCI-DSS, FISMA and SOX. The company is a winner of four Best of Show Finalist Awards at VMworld, CRN’s 2013 Virtualization 50 and SC Magazine’s “Innovator of the Year” for virtualization security. For more information please visit http://www.catbird.com.


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