Integra Networks chosen to be a key session presenter at VMworld 2016

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July 13, 2016 — Ottawa, Canada — Integra Networks, one of North America’s leading providers of virtualization solutions, announced today that it will be a key presenter at VMworld 2016 being held August 28 to September 1, 2016, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Integra Networks has been a presenter at four VMworld events and has been in attendance at every VMworld since its inception. The company will be educating participants on trusted IT security measures using real-world use cases across VMware Platforms. The session—one that will allow attendees to speak with Integra’s specialists—will provide insight into both networking and security for software-defined data centers.

This year’s VMworld will be focusing on the latest industry topics, including securing hybrid cloud environments with a layered security architecture that includes anti-malware, IDS/IPS, firewall, integrity monitoring and log inspection to maximize protection against the next big attack.

“Every year, the summer brings with it the anticipation of VMworld,” commented Nagwa Koressa, President of Integra Networks. “The honor of being chosen is never taken lightly, and with the topics of this year’s event focusing on security, we look forward to partnering with the best and brightest in the industry to bring insight to those in attendance, as well as returning from the event with fresh new ideas for our customers.”

In this VMworld 2016 session, industry analyst Doug Cahill of the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) will host a discussion around proven security practices with a cross-section of industry leaders from organizations such as the University of Pittsburgh and Integra Networks. The panelists will provide insight into the value of an SDDC built on VMware NSX, including how to extend the benefits of micro-segmentation with advanced security controls that enable elastic protection throughout the lifecycle of a VM. In addition, they will describe how they protect their virtualized servers, VDI desktops and cloud environments—all through a single integrated platform.