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BlueCat DNS Edge

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Migration to the cloud, the flexibility of network virtualization and the promise
of IoT involve IT transformations that have placed incredible strain on enterprise
security. more>>


Puppet’s Cloud Discovery: Know What’s Running in Your Cloud

Author: John S. Tonello | Files under syndicated

The promise of automation always has been its ability to manage a wide
range of tasks across all your systems, whether they’re in your own
data center or somewhere in the cloud. But in order to automate, you need
to know what you have, and that’s getting harder these days.


CloudBees, Inc.’s CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Modern IT departments are adopting continuous delivery (CD) and automating
software pipelines to accelerate and scale their software development
and delivery across environments. This means that CD platforms are now
business-critical and need to be scalable, secure, stable and reliable. more>>


OpenStack Gets…Easier

Author: Ed Haskell | Files under syndicated

Although the promise of OpenStack and private cloud is huge, and still largely in front of
us, the one challenge we’ve heard from people wanting to try it is “It’s a bear!”
Its reputation, whether or not well-deserved, is one of being a real challenge for even
skilled IT people to install and deploy. more>>


CodeLathe’s Tonido Personal Cloud

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

CodeLathe counts Dropbox and OneDrive as competitors to its Tonido Personal
Cloud storage service. While the former can cost anywhere from $50 and up
per year to store a TB of data, CodeLathe’s cross-platform Tonido for
the desktop is fully free, and storage space is limited only by users’ hard
drive capacities.


How to Fix the Edge

Author: Doc Searls | Files under syndicated

In December 2016, Peter Levine
of the venture firm Andreessen Horowitz published a post with a video
titled “Return to the
Edge and the End of Cloud Computing”

In it, he
outlines a pendulum swing between centralized and distributed computing
that goes like this:


VMKings’ VPS Hosting Solution

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

The management team of cloud provider VMKing, as developers themselves, found standard
virtual servers not to be well tailored to the developer community—too much or too
little space, insufficient security and no support for their preferred Linux OS(!).


Best of Hack and /

Author: LJ Staff | Files under syndicated
Kyle Rankin

Secure Server Deployments in Hostile Territory; Preseeding Full Disk Encryption; Own Your Own DNS; Learn How-to Secure Desktops with Qubes; What’s New In 3D Printing



Hybrid Cloud Storage Delivers Performance and Value

Author: Ted Schmidt | Files under syndicated
Hybrid Cloud Storage

Hybrid Cloud Storage Delivers Performance and Value more>>


HOSTING Monitoring Insights

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

An important need for today’s CIOs is gaining greater granular visibility
into hybrid cloud and on-premises environments to maximize the business value
of their IT assets. more>>