Moving endpoints from traditional, physical systems to run on virtualized platforms is only the first step in an ongoing process. Virtualizing servers is perhaps more straightforward than desktops, but with all virtualization, the workloads that systems run need to be optimized for virtualization.
An appreciable part of those workloads is the endpoint security itself, primarily antimalware. Here, we provide information about two common methods: integration with VMware vShield Endpoint, and vendor-built antimalware offloading.
Learn more about:
What is antimalware offloading, and why is it necessary?
What questions should be asked of vendors?
How do vShield Endpoint integrated solutions compare to vendor-built ones?