Showing posts from October 13, 2015

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows; Security Update for Chrome and Security Updates for Reader and Acrobat

Image recalls that, Google has released Chrome version 46.0.2490.71 to address multiple vulnerabilities for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system.
Users and administrators are encouraged to review the Chrome Releases page and apply the necessary update.
Microsoft has also released six updates to address vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system. encourages users and administrators to review Microsoft Security Bulletins MS15-106 through MS15-111 and apply the necessary updates.
At Adobe, they have released security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in Reader and Acrobat. Exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system.
Users and administrators are encouraged to review Adobe Security Bull…

Collecting docker logs and stats in our digital age.

Container technology like Docker is henceforth at the core of innovative IT experiences within enterprises of all sizes and into personal developers’ machines.
With this momentum, one can also observe that, there are plenty of great tools which allow you to monitor your docker environments, like cadvisor and some other cloud solutions.
Those who use cloud solutions can also observe that, these tools can upload some sensitive information, like environment variables, where you could inter alia keep passwords.
Den Gladkikh is working on his own solution, susceptible to capture your attention. The solution is built on top of Splunk Light. recalls that, Splunk Light is free if you need to index less than 500Mb.

Symphony: communication and workflow through co-operative innovation.

We live henceforth in a disruptive digital era where transparency, security, flexibility, trust, industry collaboration, common interests and mutual benefit of the community are indispensable. 
So that, encourages the increasing dynamic behind the Symphony Foundation when it comes to improve workplace productivity, enhance communication and workflow through co-operative innovation.

Laying the foundation for a Data-Driven Enterprise with Hadoop

In our data-driven age, where data-driven enterprises and businesses of all sizes recognize that data, along with human capital, is the most valuable asset they have today. Based on this reality, recalls that, laying the foundation for a Data-Driven Enterprise with Hadoop also, means:
Digitize the business; streamline the access to actionable data to generate new revenue streams, innovate, forecast market movements, improve customer experience, make flash offers, response to network errors, and more.
It, also, means: understand the importance of becoming Data-Driven;master a Modern Data Architecture with Open Enterprise Hadoop; use Hadoop to build a real-time infrastructure and more.

Enable Node.js Apps to Be Debugged in the Cloud Using Popular Open Source Utilities

It is obvious that, sometimes, connecting a debugging tool or technology in a cloud environment can be challenging and time-consuming; therefore encourages holistic initiative that can help streamline each indispensable experience.
New capabilities from IBM for its cloud platform, Bluemix takes on this curve with the goal to making it faster and easier for developers to debug applications in a cloud environment using popular open source utilities like node-inspector and tty.js. recalls that, developers can access a full description of this capability and how-to instructions in the Bluemix Developers Community blog.

Streamlined End-to-End Visibility in Large-Scale Amazon Web Service Environments.

Like others established cloud providers, Amazon Web Services is at the core of the industry and henceforth a key player when it comes to digital transformation for the enterprises of all sizes.
That, means: enterprises need visibility and security as they move mission critical workloads to the cloud with confidence.
They need end-to-end visibility and the ability to monitor user activity, resource changes, topology and network traffic flows.
They need rapid, continuous innovation; simplified operational and security intelligence through centralized easy-to-use dashboards.
Enterprises also need the real-time ability to configure and monitor all our AWS logs; able to visualize and represent their data in a way that makes sense to developers, system administrators and security professionals in one easy to manage interface. 
For the informational purpose only, recalls that, the Splunk App for AWSaims to transform AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, Amazon CloudWatch, and now Amazon …