by OpsLogix, on 22-Feb-2022 14:00:00
A virtual appliance is a pre-integrated, self-contained system that combines a software program (e.g., server software) with just enough operating system to run correctly on industry-standard hardware or a virtual …Read Story
by OpsLogix, on 17-Feb-2022 14:30:00
Ransomware is not a new concept within IT security. However, much focus is now being brought to it as the scale, number, and cost of these attacks are increasing worldwide …Read Story
by OpsLogix, on 15-Feb-2022 14:00:00
Kubernetes is one of the most prominent container orchestration platforms available today. As cloud-native- and container solutions gain attention, so is Kubernetes. The platform that Google open-sourced in 2014 has …Read Story
by OpsLogix, on 10-Feb-2022 14:00:00
Microsoft Teams is a product that already before the pandemic started to gain popularity and, during, helped employees communicate and collaborate in their new remote offices. There are precursors to …Read Story
by OpsLogix, on 08-Feb-2022 14:00:00
With the aim to cut down development cycles and time to market, increase the frequency of deployment and ensure high-quality software releases, it is no surprise that DevOps has come …Read Story
by Jonas Lenntun, on 03-Feb-2022 14:00:00
When it comes to sophisticated software like System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), where a structure is vital to maintain your environment, your naming conventions are the key to long-term success …Read Story
by OpsLogix, on 01-Feb-2022 14:00:00
As cloud-native solutions are gaining recognition and becoming a common approach to developing applications, more attention has been directed towards container orchestration and Kubernetes. Both concepts within the realm of …Read Story
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