VMware offers multi-cloud security with Secure State

VMware which acquired Cloud Security startup CloudCoreo last year has made the use of the technology to present multi-cloud security associated product ‘Secure State’. Based on the management platform of VMware’s CloudHealth the leader in the world of virtualization has managed to integrate support from two products as one making ‘Secure State’ a key product to share security strategies and to manage multi-cloud platforms.

In Aug’18 the beta version of Secure State was released into the market supporting 100s and thousands of productive cloud accounts across Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS). In near future i.e. by this year-end VMware plans to add Google Cloud’s support along with Kubernetes.

Technically speaking, VMware uses interconnected cloud security model to detect cyber threats providing a better understanding of security posture vulnerabilities and how different assets are interconnected along with the associated risks and threats across multiple clouds.

Furthermore, Secure State has the ability to provide a vision to its customers on how cloud deployments are interconnected and configured inside the cloud accounts.

After giving a preview of the same at the RSA conference held early this year, VMware’s CEO Pat Gelsinger also unveiled an internal firewall called “Service defined Firewall” yesterday.

VMware which is about to acquire Avi Networks soon is planning to use the technologies behind the multi-cloud application delivery software and Secure State to help revolutionize companies in addressing their multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, and modern app strategies.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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