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Pat Gelsinger On AWS Outposts And Expanding VMware's Amazon Partnership

"If you’re a partner of Amazon and/or a partner of VMware, we want you to become a partner for Outposts. We've already taken steps with our team and Terry Wise at Amazon to have a better channel partner coherence between our program and their program," said VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger in an exclusive interview with CRN.

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What is NSX role in your security strategy?

NSX is really the glue that holds everything together. When AppDefense detects something, it can inform NSX that can then take action in the network, lower priorities, move you to a different micro segmentation layer, then can connect and communicate to end points that are on it. We do see it as the central nervous systems. We're going to be building more on the policy layer, enhancing the firewall and load balancing capabilities, integrating it more deeply to VeloCloud so we have that complete WAN connectivity. We are also integrating security more deeply into the container environment – like what we're doing with [Pivotal Container Service], really extending the security profiles into the container layer and having it be more deeply integrated to the native cloud environments as well. From an NSX perspective, it won't matter if your running AWS native, Azure native, VMware Cloud – you'll have that benefit of a common overlay microsegment, east-west firewall and consistent policy across everything connected to it. That's the vision that we're pursuing.

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