microsegmentation


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microsegmentation

Dividing a network into smaller subnetworks for security or efficiency. Microsegmenting a network is accomplished with switches and routers. See subnet, switch and router.
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2 Approach to the dynamic microsegmentation of industrial market
An analysis of industrial market segmentation models identified both macrosegmentation (segmentation on obvious organizational characteristics) and microsegmentation (segmenting on the decision-making units, including the personal characteristics of the decision maker) (Plank, 1985).
This offers a framework for buyer behavior oriented microsegmentation of industrial customers.
One of the most prominent is the simulation approach (Papazian, 1980; Cannon, 1988), what Danaher and Rust (1992) call the conditional independence approach, or what Claycamp and McClelland (1968) refer to as microsegmentation.
Microsegmentation will help companies analyze behavior and deliver increasingly intelligent results.
Enhanced security with microsegmentation, real-time flow visibility with dynamic threat detection and response, including service chaining
microsegmentation, autoscaling and self-service for app developers.
The Ooredoo platform uses VMware's policy-based resource allocation features to maintain application service level agreement (SLA) enforcement, and software-defined networking capabilities of the VMware NSX network virtualisation platform to address NFV network scalability needs, multi-tenancy with microsegmentation, capacity on demand and QoS.