AT&T published a report on Securing the Edge, finding that despite perceived risks, enterprise edge deployments have momentum and are at a surprisingly high level of maturity.
Brien Posey explains a couple limitations that you need to be aware of.
"In November, Microsoft mitigated a DDoS attack with a throughput of 3.47 Tbps and a packet rate of 340 million packets per second (pps), targeting an Azure customer in Asia. We believe this to be the largest attack ever reported in history," Microsoft reported last week.
The thing that makes using an ARN so tricky is that even though every AWS object has an ARN, Amazon may not tell you what that ARN is.
It can be intimidating, but you don't need to use the IAM Management Console.
A new survey-based report from Platform9 on cloud-native enterprise trends in 2022 reveals the top talent that will be in demand in the new year.
Microsoft warned users of its Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) of the upcoming deprecation of the Docker runtime in the popular Kubernetes ecosystem.
Despite the Zero Trust security model being heralded as integral to the future of network security, a new study revealed many gaps in enterprise implementations.
The VPC Reachability Analyzer looks at the configuration of all the resources in your virtual private clouds and uses automated reasoning to determine what network flows are feasible.
Microsoft's cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) offering, Azure Virtual Desktop, now supports Trust Launch virtual machines (VMs).
What to do if you create an EC2 instance on the AWS cloud only to find that you later outgrow it and need more storage.
For the third time, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has published a "State of Cloud Native Development Report" developed by research firm SlashData, showing huge growth in cloud-native tech.
The easiest way to adapt to evolving workload demands in EC2 is to change the instance type.
NetApp says a small survey of organizations using its software indicates hybrid cloud is the future of enterprise IT.
As "Big Tech" comes under increasing scrutiny by lawmakers, yesterday's AWS outage sparked a backlash about the dangers of cloud computing.
After earlier detailing needed planning, Brien goes to the next step: an in-place upgrade of the Windows Server OS as it relates to AWS EC2.
One of the non-executive IT positions paying off the most in 2022 will be network/cloud architect, indicates a new salary guide that also highly ranks cybersecurity and data privacy positions in the age of ransomware and other attacks.
Misconfigured and exposed cloud storage buckets are a well-known cybersecurity vulnerability, but new research sheds light on less-publicized exposed service attacks, thanks to a network of honeypots that attracted the threat actors.
Brien demonstrates the process of upgrading AWS EC2 instances running Windows Server 2012 R2 to newer OSes.
Paul details his personal, totally subjective highlights of the recent conference, which he found to be more substantial than some predecessors.
- By Paul Schnackenburg