Quick recap – What is #AaaS? – In its most basic form, #AaaS is a fixed price engagement targeting senior stakeholders in the business (often executives CIO, CTO, CISO, CDO)
If you have read my Architect as a Service (#AaaS) Blog and are back here to understand more about the deliverable roadmap provided at the end of an #AaaS engagement, welcome to part 2.
For many customers, no matter their size, lack of visibility and clarity in direction are two of the top reason’s decisions cannot be made and value derived…
Does this sound familiar? Parts of your business started out creating solutions security to unquantified compliance and risk problems. Those teams worked in isolation, discussing the problem…
Some time ago Red Hat acquired Ansible Inc – the company responsible for Ansible Tower. Being Red Hat – they promised to open the code of the Ansible Tower. The AWX project is the fulfilment of that promise.
I created this blog for those who would like to use the marvels of the Ansible Tower without paying a penny and at the same time would like to have a modern and secure way to access the awx portal.
The past three years have flown by and I cannot believe where we are now when it comes to Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
First a bit of background – I am the Principal Consultant for security at Insentra where I have been working for six years out of ten years as a Symantec Consultant.