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August 3, 2017

VMware's VM Encryption Implementation Guide

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In this technical white paper, you will learn how to use VM Encryption from vSphere 6.5 along with Veeam® encryption to make sure your virtual machines and backups are encrypted. In addition, if necessary Veeam can encrypt all of its traffic and so there is never anything in the clear. If a bad guy steals VMs, backups or traffic they get nothing.

This technical paper will also help you decide what you should encrypt and what you should never encrypt. It shows you how to do things in the UI but has links to what you need to do it at the command line.

About the Author

Michael White
Product Manager, Veeam R&D
Michael White is an Evangelist for Veeam Software. Michael is a popular blogger and speaker. Michael’s career started in Professional Services before focusing on virtualization. His main areas of expertise are VMware design and implementation particularly around disaster recovery and business continuity.
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