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KernelCare Announced Via the AWS Partner Network (APN)

The upward trajectory continues here at KernelCare. As an element of the wider CloudLinux suite of offerings, KernelCare are now an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN). In the first week of July, Jim Jackson, President and CRO at CloudLinux, dropped by the AWS APN blog to describe to AWS users how

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Which Vulnerability Management Solution Should I Choose? Focus on Tenable.io

An integral part of Tenable.io’s vulnerability management solution is Nessus, their proprietary vulnerability scanner. Nessus has been around for twenty years, and is one of the most widely deployed security technologies in the world. It now constitutes a central component in the wider Tenable.io SaaS platform. As you would expect, Nessus’s pedigree makes Tenable.io the

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Which Vulnerability Management Solution Should I Choose? Focus on Qualys

Within the vulnerability management solution space, there are three big hitters: Rapid7, Qualys and Nessus. If you’re heavily cloud-based, Qualys are the option. Also, if you’re big on IT operations management (ITOM), Qualys have the better functionality. Here’s everything you need to know about Qualys.

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Which Vulnerability Management Solution Should I Choose? Focus on Rapid7

Vulnerability management has to happen round-the-clock. Vulnerability scanning uncovers risks and vulnerabilities, and these are combated using patches or other solutions.  To help meet this challenge, there exists a number of vulnerability management solutions. Within the vulnerability management solution space, there are three big hitters: Rapid7, Qualys and Nessus. Here’s the lowdown on Rapid7.  

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KernelCare Announced Via the AWS Partner Network (APN)

The upward trajectory continues here at KernelCare. As an element of the wider CloudLinux suite of offerings, KernelCare are now an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN).  

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Happy 28th Birthday Linux!

On August 25th, Linux turned 28. It’s been a big 28 years for the OS with the penguin mascot. In 1991, a 21-year-old named Linus Torvalds was studying computer science at the University of Helsinki in Finland. He graduated in 1996 having written a thesis “Linux: A Portable Operating System.”  

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Which Configuration Management (CM) Tool Should I Use? Spotlight on SaltStack

First released in 2011, SaltStack was originally designed to allow rapid, low-latency remote execution communications within SysAdmin environments. SaltStack is a popular option when it comes to mass deployment and CM, with unique pros and cons. Here is everything you need to know.

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Which Configuration Management Tool Should I Use? Spotlight on Chef

The rise of DevOps has necessitated the creation of tools that enable engineers to manage hundreds or even thousands of machines at once. Through a process known as infrastructure as code (IaC), Configuration Management (CM) tools allow SysAdmins and DevOps teams to maintain visibility over their server infrastructure, and deploy and take action at a

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Which Configuration Management (CM) Tool Should I Use? Spotlight on Ansible

IT infrastructure is moving to the cloud; VMs and containers are proliferating. There is a constant uptick in the amount of live applications, and all of them are hosted on servers. Today’s SysAdmins and DevOps teams have to manage a huge amount of servers; far more than they did even a few years ago.  To

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