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Tag Archives: security
It is no secret that many vendors use open source software in their products and solutions. One of the most ubiquitous is Linux which is often the base...
If you’re in my business of looking at logfiles to be able to determine what’s going on or what has happened one of the most annoying, and frightening, [..]
This topic is hardly ever touched when fabric designs are developed and discussed among storage engineers but for me this always sits on my TODO list before hooking...
(Update on Mar/04/2015 BNA and Webtool certificate expiration at the bottom of this post) (Update on Mar/19/2015 Followup on FOS level 6.x at the bottom of this post) [..]
Do you get nuts about these user-names and passwords you need to remember across all these different systems, platforms and applications. LDAP or RADIUS is your friend. When...
When listening to Greg Knieriemens’ podcast on Nekkid Tech there was some debate on VMWare’s decisision to disable the SCSI UNMAP command on vSphere 5.something. Chris Evans (www.thestoragearchitect.com)...
A while ago I wrote a short article that I found a nice way to “secure” or at least be able to monitor my childrens’ web behavior called [..]
It may come as no surprise that I’m not a fan of FCoE. Although I have nothing against the underlying thought of converged networking I do feel that [..]
Do you have kids crawling around the internet and you don’t have a clue of what they’re doing. (I know this has nothing to do with storage but [..]