Information technology leaders have been hesitant about making the shift from physical data centres to the private and public cloud. Their primary concern is this: how is security of the network to be maintained during (even) a (partial) move to the cloud?
This is as on-premises data centres get costlier, take up real estate, and with the operating costs associated with physical buildings and hardware, experience rising capital expenditure.
In response, Juniper provides solutions it believes to secure the multi-cloud. For example, because some companies may have invested in physical data centres and firewalls, “we will leverage previous network investments”, they say. Their solutions include a Software Defined Secure Network (SDSN), which offers defence across a multi-vendor environment, such as with both public and private clouds.
Read the full article titled “Securing the Multi-Cloud” to catch up on the ongoing conversation with Juniper Networks.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Securing the Multi-Cloud” published in The Business Times on 21 March, 2018.