Dell Technologies announces new technologies for high-performance computing
Dell Technologies, the leading security technology company in the world, today announced the launch of a new set of security technologies for the high-end server market.
The new security technologies, designed to help ensure secure environments for all of the applications in a virtualized environment, will be delivered through a combination of existing security solutions and new technologies.
The security solutions include the security appliance for VMware ESXi that has been the focus of Dell’s security research and development for years, and new security capabilities in the form of Virtual Private Network (VPN) and SSL technologies.
Virtual Private Networks and SSL are technologies that make it possible for applications to communicate securely between hosts and other machines.
The Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine that runs on a physical server that has an operating system.
These virtual machines provide the virtual infrastructure for applications, but can also provide the user interface for managing the VM.
VPS servers are designed to run in a private, encrypted area, making them secure from network intrusion.
With the addition of SSL technologies, VPS virtual machines can also be configured to use SSL to authenticate with the web, which can improve security by making it more difficult for malicious parties to gain access to an application’s server and its user credentials.
In addition to the VPS, Dell also announced that it is launching a new security appliance called Virtual Security Appliance (VSA) that will be available in Q2 2018.
VSA can be used for virtualization of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, as well as Windows Server 2016 and newer.
The VSA will support encryption of applications, and it will enable a secure network configuration for applications.
“VSA is an important addition to Dell’s portfolio of security products, which are designed for secure environments where security is paramount and where the performance and reliability of hardware and software are critical,” said Paul J. Buechner, CEO of Dell Technologies.
“Dell Security Appliances offer the best possible combination of performance, security, and availability in a cost-effective and scalable way.
VSEs are also well suited to high-density, virtualized environments, and Dell has proven the effectiveness of its VSE solution on both enterprise and consumer customers, providing customers with more than 90 percent uptime on their VSE servers.
The VMware vSphere and VSA security solutions will also be available for customers running Windows Server 2012 R2, as a part of the Dell Security Server 2016 upgrade.
VSH-2, which is currently being evaluated for a commercial release, is an industry-first security appliance that provides a comprehensive suite of security capabilities for the virtualized virtual environment.
With a large portfolio of technology and software solutions, Dell Security Appliences are designed and developed to support the security and IT environments of today’s most demanding organizations, with the most demanding applications, the highest performance, and the best security.
Dell Security Solutions are also available to customers in the cloud.
Security Applances, like VSE, are also a part and parcel of the enterprise security solutions that support virtualization.
Dell’s new security offerings include: A VSA with virtualization support, including SSL, encryption, and more; A VSH server that supports virtualization with virtual machine encryption; A virtual machine with SSL support and virtualization encryption, with more SSL support coming in the future; and A virtual server that provides enhanced security in the event of an active security incident or breach.
These products are available at no additional cost to customers and will be offered in the coming months.