Security and trust in IBM PureApplication System

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Ching-Yun Chao Ph.D.

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: December 05, 2012

IBM® PureApplication™ System is an expert integrated system combining integrated cloud computing software, computer servers, networking devices, disk storage controller, and both hard disk and solid state disk storage. This article provides an overview of PureApplication System security and trust infrastructure design principles: secure by default, defense in depth with multiple layer of security control, access control with separation of duties, and user accountability. The goal is to help you integrate the PureApplication System security and trust infrastructure into your IT infrastructure and help you address security compliance requirements and risk management. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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