One relatively simple and common tool that provides additional valuable analysis into security incidents is log management.
When your business is growing so is your network. Even when business isn’t booming (thanks economy) your business’ infrastructure can be evolving too. What you need is a software tool that’s able to manage these network configuration changes for you.
Network protocols are kind of a big deal when it comes to keeping critical infrastructure up and running. Here's what you need to know about the basic protocols.
AWS X-Ray is a powerful tool offered by Amazon that enables developers to debug production and distributed applications, especially in a microservices architecture.
SD-WAN (the software-defined wide-area network) offers a way to create a private network from widespread consumer internet connections without limiting their connectivity.
When employees are working from home, how do you know they are actually working? Some bosses have turned to monitoring software to keep track of productivity.
In this blog post, we’ll go over the do’s and don’ts of alerting, and discuss how properly configured alerting can save time, money, effort, and even your sanity.
Active Directory (AD) is a Microsoft® software solution to directory services. It locates resources and can handle millions of objects in a single domain, but it can also do a lot more.
Built from an open-source model, Terraform lets you create declarative configuration files that can then be invoked to provision infrastructure of all kinds.
A Syslog server lets you collect error and system logs in a single location. It can also be used to decode system events across multiple systems during forensic investigations.
In this blog post, you’ll learn how to reset an Azure VM’s password using the Azure VM agent. Remember this trick the next time you forget your admin password!
Whether you’re at home or in the office, a network monitoring tool will give you the network visibility necessary to keep a proactive approach to solving network issues—even from your couch.
In this article, we'll be creating a baseline that will only be for Windows servers that will only have critical updates with an auto-approval of two days. Let’s make this happen in PowerShell.
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