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This timeline fully reflects the state of the ransomware ecosystem over the period of May – December 2016. For your convenience, the entries are intuitively split up by the following categories: new ransomware released; existing ransomware updated; free decryptors created; and ot...
With the start of the New Year, the goals of customers are on my mind and the minds of many customer success managers. It’s no wonder. Goals help customers achieve success. They make it possible to align expectations. They focus … Continue reading →
When Amazon introduced serverless computing through AWS Lambda in 2014, no one expected it to become an alternative computing model to virtual machines and containers. But since its launch, Lambda has evolved to become a key component of AWS compute services portfolio. Deeper integrati...
Recently, there have been reports of malicious attacks on unsecured instances of MongoDB running openly on the internet. The attacker erased the database and demanded a ransom be paid before restoring it. ...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Data integration vendor Attunity offers a range of data-centric solutions that fall into three broad solution areas: data availability, data movement, […]
In this episode of Lightboard Lessons, Jason covers a couple deployment options for routing traffic through an IPS tier while maintaining source IPs. The first option compresses the external and internal legs of the air gap solution onto a single BIG-IP (or pair) by using route domains...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Enterprise organizations are struggling to meet the needs of the modern enterprise knowledge worker who wants mobile, workflow-specific apps designed for […]
  First a shout out to both Steve Kaplan and Jeff Sussna for encouraging this post. This post is a continuation from the post Eight ways enterprise struggle with public cloud and delves into the reasons why public cloud can be 4x the cost of corporate data centers. Enterprises oft...
Now that AppSphere 2016 is over, I have been reflecting on the track sessions that I managed and the ones that I watched at the event. While all of them were very good, there are a couple which really stand out for me. One of these was ‘Standard Bank’s: Agile, DevOps & the Role of ...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Enterprises seeking innovative new technologies struggle to find software startups that might fit the bill, and once found, proofs-of-concept (PoCs) can […]
The rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has shaped a new technology landscape for mission critical applications like environmental monitoring, seismic monitoring, and oil and gas field applications. For many of these applications, data or communication failure could lead t...
The cloud is an essential part of your business, but hidden challenges to building and sustaining a cloud architecture at scale may undermine your success. Cloud […]
Are DevOps and Continuous Delivery ready for the enterprise? You bet! If you’ve followed the DevOps conversation at all over the past several years, […] The post Why Enterprises Should Do DevOps Now appeared first on XebiaLabs. Related posts: The 2015 State of Software Deliver...
A look back at some of our best advice on managing teams and projects from 2016. Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
We’re kicking off an exciting new webinar series in which we’ll be showcasing new features, capabilities, trends, innovations, and much more to help you get ahead in managing your digital operations and infrastructure in 2017! We’re starting with two highly anticipated webinars b...
Retrouvez-nous à l’open le mardi 24 janvier à partir de 11h Notre équipe via notre marque TV Wonder sera présente à la 11ème édition de l’Open de Tennis du 22 au 29 janvier 2017 à Rennes.… The post TV Wonder à l’open de Rennes appeared first on Provectio - Clo...
Despite active M&A activity by conventional standards, 2016 was a fairly quiet year compared to 2015 for Pharmaceutical M&A deals. The U.S. government cracked down on inversion-based deal making that drove so much of the mega M&A activity in 2015. For instance, Pfizer expec...
Over the past several years, the role of the Chief Information Office (CIO) has changed. If you are a CIO, do you know which type you most closely align with…or aspire to be? If you are working with a CIO, do you know the characteristics and why they are so important? The details are i...
I’ve been offering my help in analyzing performance data for quite a while now. Most of the time when analyzing PurePaths, load testing outputs or production log files, I find very similar problem patterns. This fact inspired us to automate problem detection in Dynatrace AppMon 6.5. Ev...
It is surprising to me that every day I meet developers who do not have a basic understanding of how computers work. Recently I got into an argument of whether this is necessary to become a good cloud software engineer, and the main point of my opponent was that “modern languages...
It is surprising to me that every day I meet developers who do not have a basic understanding of how computers work. Recently I got into an argument of whether this is necessary to become a good cloud software engineer, and the main point of my opponent was that “modern languages...
BGP, the border gateway protocol, is a creaky old network routing protocol. It was updated last in 2006, but it still serves a useful purpose. Almost every packet that traverses the internet finds its way from source to destination via BGP routing. This is what BGP was designed for, an...
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With its non-expandable memory, one of the major bugbears for iPhone owners is the storage capacity. Dreaded message “Storage Almost Full” will pop up at an exactly wrong moment when you have got 16GB or 64GB. It is always a great practice to try and tread lightly on your memory in the...
Don't let legacy systems deter you from pursuing digital transformation. How online database platforms are enabling companies of all sizes to modernize their systems with operational efficiency. Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
Will 2017 be there year of solid state device (SSD), all flash, or all Non-volatile memory (NVM) based storage data centers and data infrastructures? Recently I did a piece over at InfoStor looking at SSD trends, tips and related topics. SSDs of some type, shape and form are in yo...
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By Jason Bloomberg Four Questions of Digital Sabotage In spite of its admittedly clickbaitish title, this Cortex isn’t an update of the CIA Manual for the […]
The move to public cloud is not new yet many enterprises still struggle to successfully leverage public cloud services. Public cloud services have existed for more than a decade. So, why is it that companies still struggle to effectively…and successfully leverage public cloud? And, mor...
http://storageioblog.com/cloud-object-storage-future-questions IMHO there is no doubt that cloud and object storage are in your future, what are some questions? Granted, what type of cloud and object storage or service along with for work or entertainment are some questions. Lik...
This is an overview review of Microsoft ReFS (Resilient File System) along with some resource links. ReFS is part of some Windows operating system platforms including Server 2016. Some context here is that review can mean an in-depth deep dive product or technology review, while a...
Adam Smith wrote about the concept of rational self-interest, which posits we work together for the greater good when it benefits ourselves. Does this concept have relevance in the context of robots, automation and employment? I think it does.I believe most of us would agree that repla...
While Dynatrace has long enabled you to define threshold settings that specify at what levels performance anomalies are severe enough to justify raising problems, with the latest release you can now also define performance-anomaly thresholds for infrastructure components that are monit...
Once again, we find ourselves at the dawn of a new year. And many would say, not a moment too soon. With a series of tumultuous […]
For software developers today, it is always good to determine some bad coding practices so as not to make these mistakes repeatedly. In any coding job, the best practices are a set of informal rules that the software development community learned which could boost program quality. Many...
Moving from a traditional, on-premises delivery model to a cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) strategy is a high-stakes, bet-the-company game for independent software vendors. These are the secrets […]
Reliability has always been one of the primary design considerations at PagerDuty. (We even use PagerDuty at PagerDuty!) But what do we do when the unexpected happens and something does go wrong? It’s of the utmost importance that we are prepared and can get our systems... The po...
A look at Gartner's 2016 recommendations and why they will be even more critical in 2017. Get the whole story and more on The Fast Track
If you’re searching to learn about SEO, good for you! For some of you, it begs the question, What Is SEO? Simply defined, SEO leverages free traffic from search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. SEO is one of the most powerful online marketing strategies you can use to grow yo...
If you’re searching to learn about SEO, good for you! For some of you, it begs the question, What Is SEO? Simply defined, SEO leverages free traffic from search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. SEO is one of the most powerful online marketing strategies you can use to grow yo...