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Taming the Butterfly Effect in Virtualized Environments


Hezi Moore

Sr. Founder & CTO
Reflex Systems

Track: Management, Compliance & The Future of Virtualization

Does the flap of a butterfly's wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas? This is the question once posed by Edward Lorenz, the famed meteorologist and Chaos Theory proponent. This notion, that seemingly small and inconsequential changes in the atmosphere can have far reaching (and sometimes catastrophic) consequences, can also be said of the modern data center. As virtualization technologies are introduced to live data center environments, the potential for small changes in the virtual layer having disruptive effects on the virtual or physical network resources is becoming a real concern. Unfortunately, those tasked with managing today's virtual data center are reminiscent of the meteorologist of yesteryear - no "double doppler", no green screen, and often little clue as to how changes in the virtual infrastructure will impact the network data center at large. In this session, virtualization veteran Hezi Moore and co-founder of Reflex Systems, will discuss how VM sprawl is obscuring critical network relationships and demonstrate how IT organizations can leverage and apply cutting edge visualization technologies to literally see the impact these changes are having on the data center as a whole.

Speaker Bio:
Hezi Moore is Sr. Founder and CTO of Reflex Systems. He brings more than 15 years experience in security, networking and entrepreneurial expertise to Reflex Systems. In his role of CTO, he is responsible for shaping the company's technology strategy and defining the roadmap for future design and development of innovative, integrated network security solutions and delivering them to market. Moore led the effort to develop the industry's first Virtual Security Appliance (VSA) that provides visibility and security for virtual network infrastructure. Prior to founding Reflex Systems, Moore was president and co-founder of MicroTech Systems - a firm specializing in network design and configuration of point-of-sale systems - which was subsequently acquired by Retail Technologies International of Sacramento, California. He has also held such diverse occupations as a technical support and research analyst for GE Technology. Moore was a pioneer of the automated network intrusion response system, the concept out of which Reflex Systems grew.

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