By teaming up to address key technical and organizational issues, information and operational security teams can improve the resiliency and safety of their infrastructure systems.
In this video, Tony Fortunato tests WinPcap versus Npcap. See which performs better.
Iterative feedback between users and developers, as well as good documentation, will help ensure workflow automation is successful.
In my previous blog (Fun in the Lab: FTDv & FMC – Install and Deploy) we deployed a FMC VM and a FTDv VM and ended the blog with the FTDv successfully added to the FMC.
Now? Now let’s add IP addressing for the FTDv and also set up routing protocol neighbor relationships. I learned what I am about to show you from my co-worker and friend, Keith Brister. So don’t thank me, thank Keith.
I tossed together a ~29 minute YouTube. Obviously you can watch the entire thing. Or… here you go for the big sections.
Done and Done. Easy Peasy!
IT infrastructure vendors are embracing software and service-based options, and developing a host of innovative technologies. Our list highlights the ones to watch.
This is my Stealthwatch playground…. errrr… I mean … ahem… “work environment” for a Technical Solution Workshop I am working on for Stealthwatch.
Going to set up FTDv and FMC today. A co-worker and friend, Scott Barasch, helped me get jump started… so figure I’ll pass on what I just learned to you.
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So let’s begin. What I have to host my FMC & FTDv VMs is a UCS M4 with a NIC connected to a Cat4948 in vlan 1. That NIC is tied to vSwitch0 in the UCS. Continue reading
Retailers face serious challenges and opportunities as consumer shopping behavior and expectations evolve. The lessons learned in addressing the challenges have applications in many enterprise settings.
Supply chains need IT systems that are highly available, and in an era in which most organizations rely on distributed data centers and cloud services, that’s become a far more complex task.
Time spent working on DevOps projects has opened a window into some common mistakes that organizations make when trying to deliver a true DevOps initiative.
A cloud-native approach offers an agile environment enabling organizations to meet ever-increasing customer demands and expectations. This allows companies to grow a product, service, or idea and deploy all these things as quickly as business plans change.
The end of October means it’s time to start carving pumpkins and picking the perfect Halloween costume. This is also a good time to scare yourself silly with horror stories from your data center.
The bulk of attacks today are moving up the stack. They may be moving up the stack because app owners aren’t paying attention to their share of security in the cloud.
Automation is becoming essential in most organizations. The key to adoption is a positive user experience. This requires identifying and meeting the differing needs of the individuals involved.
Next-generation cellular technology is knocking at your door. Are you ready to let it in?
Today’s emphasis on speed and agility has led to the advent of the intent-based network, an infrastructure of a higher order, powered by software that enables the network to learn, adapt, and evolve.
Securing multiple clouds can be very complex. What’s needed is an integrated approach that is dynamic and flexible, and able to keep pace with cloud workloads and applications as they expand.
IT staffers are supporting AI initiatives, but they often don't have the hardware resources those projects really need.
Would you recommend your SIP trunking provider to a friend? See which providers came out on top in the Eastern Management Group's customer satisfaction study that surveyed more than 3,000 IT managers.
Keeping tabs on network operations and performance is a 24x7 job. The right monitoring application makes the task easier.
The industry’s inability to move forward with network automation despite its benefits means it’s time to try a new approach. That approach must focus on people to accelerate the pace of automation adoption.