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Lesson 3 – Vshield Endpoint

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Lesson 3 – Vshield Endpoint

Vshield Endpoint

This lesson focuses on the vShield endpoint. vShield endpoint is a security feature built into ESXi. This lesson discusses how vShield fits into the cloud environment and how it fits into the vSphere. vShield is highly functional; it secures the cloud from the edge of the network, trickling down into individual networks.

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