News Category: Enterprise

Over 20,000 Container Management Dashboards Are Exposed on the Internet

Even though it’s highly discouraged to expose any kind of management dashboard directly to the internet, there are many users who continue to ignore this recommendation, and it seems that infrastructure admins are no exception. A recent study by cloud security firm Lacework found over 22,000...
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Finding IT Professionals With SDN Skills Remains a Struggle

With any major technology transition there is a gap between the time when the innovation is created and when there is a critical mass of IT professionals available with training and knowledge on how to deploy that state-of-the-art technology. Although software-defined networking (SDN) and network...
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​Google Doubles Down on Linux and Open Source

Google couldn't exist without Linux and open-source software. While you may not think of Google as a Linux company in the same way as you do Canonical, Red Hat, or SUSE, it wouldn't be the search and advertising giant it is today without Linux. So, it makes sense that Google is moving up from its...
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Open Source Developers Improve Networking, Storage and More in Kubernetes Update

The open source Kubernetes container orchestration project this week shipped its second release of the year, with improvements to networking, storage and more. Kubernetes, under direction of The Linux Foundation, focuses on automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications...
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What is SDN? How Software-Defined Networking Changed Everything

The internet began as a system for applying addresses to servers. Now it's a means for giving names to services, and distributing those services across the planet. SDN gave rise to a new way of implementing computing on the broadest scale of infrastructure, and has become, for better or worse, the...
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Supercomputers: All Linux, All the Time

The latest TOP500 Supercomputer list is out. What's not surprising is that Linux runs on every last one of the world's fastest supercomputers. What is surprising is that GPUs, not CPUs, now power most of supercomputers' speed. Once more, if you want to run the fastest possible computer, the June...
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What Is the NIST Cybersecurity Framework?

Learn what the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is, who it impacts, and how to implement it in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security. Set forth by the National Institute of Standards and Technology under the United States Commerce Department, the Cybersecurity...
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Linux Control Sequence Tricks

There are quite a few control sequences available on Linux systems— many I use routinely, and some I've only just recently discovered— and they can be surprisingly useful. In today's post, we're going to run through a series of them and take a look at what they do and how they might be useful. To...
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The Best Ways to test your Serverless Applications

Serverless is more than a cloud computing execution model. It changes the way we plan, build, and deploy apps. But it also changes the way we test our apps. Meet Alex. Alex is an ordinary JavaScript developer, focused on Node.js lately. At some point, Alex and his team got a new project. After some...
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How to Balance Development Goals with Security and Privacy

Now, as a software security evaluator, I see that sometimes even the simplest data protection is missing from programs, which highlights that the problem with building in security and privacy is not complexity, per se—it’s our habit as engineers to work hard on what is emphasized and visible. We...
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