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VMware vSphere 6.7 General Availability – Virtual Insanity

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As many of you know, yesterday, vSphere 6.7 was released. There are some awesome updates, and while this isn’t an all-encompassing list of features, I wanted to round up the ones I felt were the most important (especially to my customers). First and foremost, it should be noted that you cannot upgrade from vSphere 5.5 […]

Google Cloud Introducing VPC Flow Logs—network transparency in near real-time

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By Ines Envid, Product Manager, GCP Logging and monitoring are the cornerstones of network and security operations. Whether it’s performance analysis or network forensics, logging and monitoring let you identify traffic and access patterns that may present security or operational risks to the organization. Today, we’re upping the ante for network operations on Google Cloud […]

Enhanced Layer 7 Routing for Swarm in Docker Enterprise Edition Beta

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The beta release of Docker Enterprise Edition has seen incredible activity. The highlight of the upcoming Docker Enterprise Edition (Docker EE) release is the integration of Kubernetes and bringing all of the advanced security, RBAC and management capabilities of Docker EE to Kubernetes. At the same time, we have been working to improve Swarm, delivering the only container […]

VMware: Multi-Tiered Routing with NSX-T: In-Kernel Multi-Tenant Routing

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Multi-tenancy exists in some shape or form in almost every network. For an Enterprise network, it can be the separation of tenants based on different business units, departments, different security/network policies or compliance requirements. For a service provider, multi-tenancy can simply be separation of different customers (tenants). Multi-tenancy doesn’t just allow separation of tenants, but […]

My thoughts on Citrix buying Cedexis and what it is?

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
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Earlier today Citrix announced publicly that they have bought the company Cedexis. (If you didn’t catch the news you can read the official blogpost here –>  https://www.citrix.com/blogs/2018/02/12/citrix-acquires-cedexis/) Being the tech-curious mind that I am, and started to read through the official blogpost didn’t give me any clarity in what kind of value it would actually […]

VMware: Routing Deep Dive on VMware’s NSX-T (Distributed Routing and Centralized Routing)

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In the first part of this blog series, NSX-T: Routing where you need it (Part 1), I discussed how East-West (E-W) routing is completely distributed on NSX-T and how routing is done by the Distributed Router (DR) running as a kernel module in each hypervisor. In this post, I will explain how North-South (N-S) routing […]

ControlUp 7.1 – A minor version number increase, a giant leap for sysadmins

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ControlUp provides a unique platform that lets you monitor, troubleshoot and optimize your IT infrastructure. We are continually improving our product to help our community run a reliable and optimized IT operation. ControlUp 7.1 brings a ton of new capabilities to systems administrators. Along with enhanced host and VM visibility, this release adds NetScaler monitoring […]

AWS re:Invent 2017 Video: And You Thought You Knew Amazon EC2

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When is the last time you explored the nooks and crannies of Amazon EC2? While you weren’t looking, AWS leveled it up with more features and capabilities than you can shake a shell at. This talk explores the newest, shiniest Amazon EC2 features, including the Amazon EC2 Systems Manager and the Application Load Balancer, served […]

Mixed Content warnings when using SSL Offloading? Use the Citrix NetScaler Rewrite Policies…

Christiaan Brinkhoff
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Citrix NetScaler is one of the most advanced and impressive products that I used throughout the past 5 years. Started with the configuration of the NetScaler Access Gateway, and ended up with all the advanced features, such as URL Rewrite, Content Switching (CSW), Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) and URL transformations. (I’m also advice you […]

AWS re:invent 2017 Video: Reimagining Customer Service: How Aspect Used Microservices

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Over 40 years, Aspect Software has grown into a multinational leader for contact center solutions, recently launching Aspect Via, a comprehensive cloud-based customer engagement platform. In this session, learn how Aspect used AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, Application Load Balancer, development tooling from Swagger, and microservices to build a secure, scalable, and maintainable API framework […]

Hitting the limits of your SQL Server: Time to scale out?

DataCore
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When complaints about slow systems reach a fever pitch, there’s no ignoring them. You’ve exhausted all the hardware options at your disposal. Maybe now is the time to scale out your SQL Server. It’s a trendy thing these days, isn’t it? Just like they’re doing in the cloud. In theory, scaling out seems easy enough, […]

Cisco: Verizon Partner Solutions Announces SD-WAN Managed Service Availability for its Wholesale Customers

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By 2020 it is expected we will see a 4X cloud traffic increase, half of connected devices will be machine-to-machine, and 9X more video traffic flowing across service provider networks. The blending of these dynamics leads to a sizable economic opportunity for service providers over the next decade through new services and operational savings. Automation, […]

RDS Printing Best Practices – Tricerat e-Book

Tricerat
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RDS: The Complete Guide Tricerat is so proud to announce that our friends and industry experts Claudio Rodriguez and Freek Berson are working on a complete guide for all thing RDS. In this comprehensive read, the entirety of RDS is explored. Gain insight from two Microsoft MVPs, learn industry best practices, and more! In the […]

AWS Shield Adds Advanced DDoS Protection for EC2 and Network Load Balancer

Amazon Web Services
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AWS Shield Advanced previously protected HTTP/TCP applications running on Amazon CloudFront, Elastic Load Balancing, and Amazon Route 53. For non-TCP based applications (for instance, UDP or SIP) that had to run on EC2 or NLB, AWS Shield Standard provided the protection against most common infrastructure layer DDoS attacks. Now, with AWS Shield Advanced on Elastic […]

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