Keep Servers Running With Infrastructure Tools

Keep Servers Running With Infrastructure Tools

Infrastructure, in the context of IT servers, is simply organized server support. It refers to how the servers are physically, logically, and/or functionally grouped together and includes the tools (mostly provided by vendors and occasionally custom-made by the system...

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IT Efficiency Through Converged Infrastructure

IT Efficiency Through Converged Infrastructure

The idea of converged infrastructure revolves around forming a single optimized IT package by putting together several components to meet present-day business needs. According to HP, converged infrastructure meets these needs “by bringing storage, servers, networking,...

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Systems Can Be Attacked Via NTP Flaws

Systems Can Be Attacked Via NTP Flaws

At least three serious vulnerabilities in the Network Time Protocol (NTP) have been uncovered by security researchers at Google in 2014. This is quite serious because of the sheer number of computers that may potentially be targets of DDoS (click here to read earlier...

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Who Needs an Intrusion Detection System?

Who Needs an Intrusion Detection System?

Intrusion detection systems (also called ID systems and IDS) have been, and are still constantly being developed in response to past and present attacks on many high-profile websites and networks, including those of Sony, eBay, Yahoo Mail, Google, Apple iCloud, UPS,...

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Here Comes the Anti-DDoS Appliance

Here Comes the Anti-DDoS Appliance

"More creative and varied", this is how Brad Casemore describes the current nature of DDoS attacks in a recent article in the TechTarget website. Casemore, who is research director at International Data Corporation (IDC), said that the burden is on the shoulders of IT...

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Big Data Analytics with Apache Hive

Big Data Analytics with Apache Hive

A few posts back, we encountered the evolving term big data which describes gigantic mass of data that big business enterprises are eyeing to mine for whatever value can be obtained from the data. Examples of big data may be found in the unimaginable collection of...

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Did Cisco Migrate to Active Directory?

Did Cisco Migrate to Active Directory?

Yes. Cisco Systems, the dominant giant in the networking equipment industry, migrated to Active Directory. But before we look into the why or how of this story, let’s have a little background on Active Directory and on Cisco. Active Directory Active Directory (AD),...

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Benefits of Application Virtualization

Benefits of Application Virtualization

Many layers of virtualization are currently at work, and one of them is application virtualization. Application virtualization is software technology that implements the encapsulation of an application so that it can be isolated from its host OS. The resulting...

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Meet the Hypervisor

Meet the Hypervisor

A user doing daily routine work in front of a virtualized system may not be aware of the fact that there is some “illusion” taking place right before his eyes. He may be running Linux applications one moment and Windows applications the next while using exactly the...

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Bright and Dark Spots of BYOC

Bright and Dark Spots of BYOC

It never fails. For every gain in technology there is always a matching specter of loss close by. For every capability, a hindrance. For every moment of celebration, a cause for regret. There are currently spectacular advances in IT brought about by such technologies...

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