McAfee Management for Optimized Virtual Environments (MOVE) Anti-virus optimizes McAfee virus protection for virtual desktops and servers without compromising performance or security, helping you realize operational returns and more effective security management.
McAfee Management for Optimized Virtual Environments (MOVE) Anti-virus delivers improved performance and resource utilization for virtualized environments. Designed specifically for these environments, MOVE Anti-virus employs and optimizes the virus-processing abilities of McAfee VirusScan, allowing you to obtain higher operational returns and decrease deployment risk.
The dynamic nature of provisioning desktops and predicting their overall load in a virtualized environment can be challenging to model and capacity plan. Anti-virus protection not designed for virtual environments can make this task significantly more complex. Although virtual desktops are capable of running traditional anti-virus protection on individual virtual machines, the accumulative performance impact on the infrastructure can be extensive, directly impacting operational returns and the number of supported virtual desktops. With the consolidation of corporate data within the data center, the need to be more vigilant and provide constant protection increases as activity at the endpoints reaches closer to critical data and servers than ever before.
Improved performance and resource utilization
Ease the deployment of virtualized environments. By optimizing and offloading VirusScan's processing features, MOVE Anti-virus enables you to obtain higher operational returns.
Effective management of anti-virus protection in virtualized environments
Utilize and optimize your current McAfee VirusScan protection in virtualized environments, providing security management and effectiveness with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) console. Minimize possible performance impacts on virtual servers with scheduling options based on the overall load of the hypervisor. Ensure security policies remain intact, even as virtual machines migrate within the virtualized environment.