Inside IT: Virtualizing High-Security Servers

May 22nd, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 25 – Intel is a large operation, with ninety thousand employees and an equal number of servers. Like a lot of organizations, Intel has been virtualizing servers over time to increase utilization and efficiency, and to reduce cost. But a certain percentage of the servers in Intel’s Office and Enterprise environment are considered high-security, and virtualizing them presents some specific challenges. In this podcast, Toby Kohlenberg. Senior Information Security Technologist for Intel, discusses the company’s method of creating a virtual environment, while employing a number of controls to maintain the appropriate level of security.

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