Security 101 for Cloud – building it right
Source: Cloud Evangelist - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Network Security So it’s often a question I get asked at conferences and when speaking about security in Cloud and security enforcement and responsibility in the Cloud and virtualisation arena. Fortunately at Red Hat we take security incredibly seriously and have contributed technologies such as SELinux and sVirt into our architectures and supported versions of our releases, as well as employing the mainstays in the SELinux world on our payroll to ensure that we have continuity and those folk are rewarded for their efforts. However, to put it bluntly most architects and network guys turn SELinux off when building out platforms and virtualised instances which is quite short sighted. When I do pose the question why a lot of responses are aligned to the fact that SELinux can sometimes due to configuration issues and past experiences where stuff broke and was hard to diagnose so easier to just turn off.

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