Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know Red Hat Satellite 6.3 is now available.
When it comes to NetBackup – it is a beast with very specific requirements and specific supported HA/DR methods. NetBackup can be configured in HA/DR configuration and one of the popular choices is Veritas VCS with supported replication mechanisms. The following link lists the Clustered Master supportability matrix:
Despite, or perhaps because of, the abundance of information and commentary regarding artificial intelligence (AI), specifically as it applies to cybersecurity, it can be difficult to understand how AI – or more specifically, machine learning (ML) – is actually augmenting endpoint protection for individuals and organizations.
So, you’re ready to start migrating users to Office 365. You have your batch ready, and you’re about to click the migrate button… Wait just one moment…
I recently tried to configure nfs-ganesha in a HA configuration on top of a Gluster volume. It seemed like the Red Hat Gluster Storage Administration Guide should have everything necessary.
Ansible – We all know it – Ansible is useful and, in a lot of cases, fun to play with. It also allows the creation of variables which can be changed to parametrise the playbook.
With mandatory breach disclosure and GDPR now in effect, you may be asking yourself how to protect your data when users are off the corporate network as well as on the corporate network. You are in luck! Symantec has a solution to your problem.
For many IT professionals finding the ‘right’ job is the biggest challenge we face as individuals, finding the balance between technically challenging and progressive environments is always in the back of our minds whenever the role hunt starts.
3 years ago, I heard about the story of the Insentra train. A company where everyone no matter what level in the business contributes and is responsible in helping the train reach the destination.
Hi all, Robbie back again.
I’d like to share a story about one of my favourite parts of doing business. It was a normal Tuesday morning a few weeks ago, about half-way through our busiest quarter, when I received one of my favourite kinds of emails – a warm introduction.