Patented Lightweight Architecture
Our security solution was engineered specifically to exploit the technological advantages that virtualization platforms offer, delivering powerful security with optimum speed and resource efficiency. Regardless of the operating system running on your VMs – Microsoft Windows or Linux – with Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Light Agent you can continue to expand your heterogeneous data center, confident that outstanding security capabilities and superior protection are being delivered to every part of your infrastructure.
Engineered and Optimized for VMware NSX
Native integration of our agentless solution with the VMware NSX platform means your virtual infrastructure has just became even more efficient and profitable. From now on, your VMware vSphere with NSX infrastructure and its security layers work in harness, bringing new levels of automation and policy driven security. With Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Agentless, protection of every single VM happens instantly and automatically, with near-zero impact on systems productivity.
Maximize Density and Security for VDI
Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Light Agent is ideal for Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI), delivering advanced security capabilities to each machine. With the lightweight security agent integrated into the VDI template, you can enable resource-efficient multi-layered protection from the most advanced threats (e.g. ransomware) on every single VM, with no adverse effect on end-user experience. No need to keep rebuilding - security operations are off-loaded onto one or more dedicated security appliances.
Ultimate Flexibility for Hybrid Environments
If your virtualized data center is fast-growing and heterogeneous, Kaspersky Security for Virtualization is right for you. Its patented technologies and unique architecture provide even greater server security capabilities on all major platforms, including Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V and KVM as well as VMware NSX for vSphere. Retaining full systems efficiency, however, remains paramount.