In Pictures: How to protect virtual machines (VMs)

These four products represent different approaches to VM security

Dome9 SecOps for AWS Dome9 is unique: it doesn’t work with VMware’s ESX, but is geared toward securing VMs running in public clouds, specifically AWS. However, it can work on other public clouds or even on private networks. It recognizes AWS’s secure groups and virtual network infrastructure and complements and hardens them. It also has Windows and Linux agents that can be deployed anywhere else that has Internet connectivity. It is completely SaaS-based, there is no software to install, and everything operates in a Web browser. If you have an extensive public cloud infrastructure and you want more rigor in security, this is the product for you.

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