Enterprises opt for different microsegmentation architectures
It’s a network jungle these days with predators relentlessly searching for ways to infiltrate corporate resources. IT leaders are responding with a variety of different microsegmentation approaches, all designed to isolate workloads from each other and prevent unauthorized lateral movements. We asked three enterprises to share why they deployed microsegmentation technology in their networks and how it’s working. Here are their stories.
Distributed firewalls via VMware NSX
Todd Pugh, CIO at food products manufacturer SugarCreek, manages a fully virtualized private data center. Like his counterparts at organizations worldwide, his goal is simple: to frustrate and deter network attackers. “Above all, we protect our databases,” he says. “We do anything and everything to keep uninvited guests out of our databases.”