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Most companies are utilizing serverless computing to create flexible and scalable applications. Rather than facing the issues of building out a server with defined resources and dealing with issues when demand spikes or architectural changes are needed, serverless computing defines each task as a micro-service using APIs to trigger tasks. Read more about serverless infrastructures and their benefits.
Simply installing a firewall isn't enough to keep your computer network safe. Adversaries are always evolving their attack processes, leading to a steady increase in data breaches in the United States since 2008.
Read on for more on how a Web Application Firewall can be a cost-effective way to better protect your network.
When updating software regularly, it's difficult to test new versions of code without slowing down the workflow of your deployments. And even when code does make it through the testing phase, hidden errors can make themselves known when you push it to the production environment.
Read more about how you can easily track your application infrastructure and prevent negative impacts on your customers.
Research found that more than half of issues are typically detected by end users before IT personnel are aware. Additionally, over a third of end users report poor network connectivity or poor performance at their workplace. Because of this, greater app viability is essential -- watch this webinar to learn more about how you can do this.
Networks of the past -- with only a few devices and manually written rules -- were relatively stable compared to the complex and dynamic networks we see today. Watch this webinar to learn how to better manage firewall rulesets with technology such as Cloud Computing, Virtualization, IoT, and more.
Vandis' Senior Network Engineer Nathan J. Lichtenstein is a solution-focused engineer -- even on vacation. So when he was in Las Vegas and noticed the casino's network security was less than ideal, he had to explore further. Read on to learn what he found.
Deception Technology lures attackers into strategically placed decoys, triggering a report that records details around the attempt. With the treat landscape constantly evolving, working from within the network can be an effective means of preventing attacks.