When writing code, it's important to make it modular by decoupling the code as much as possible. Check out how to accomplish this with Pester tests.
You may consider ‘IoT security’ an oxymoron and, unfortunately, for many IoT devices, you’re quite correct. The IoT and security don’t necessarily go together, with many companies and domestic consumers using IoT devices that lack fundamental layers of security. This...
The cloud liberated computing power, applications, and data storage from reliance on specific hardware managed in a specific location. But the Cloud does typically exist in a specific location: a facility somewhere with racks of servers.
Vagrant is an excellent tool used for testing out application deployments and scripts. It is lightweight, fast, and allows you to bring up environments quickly. Vagrant supplies several “provisioners” that allow boxes to be configured via shell script or using various...
Metered cloud-billing isn't always as straight-forward as it seems. How do you keep track of cloud-spend and keep your resource usage efficient?
Before sharing code with the external world, there are a few essential questions to consider.
If you’re a Network Administrator in a small to medium-sized business, chances are you’ve heard about our monitoring solution, WhatsUp Gold. You may even have fond memories of using it years ago. If you've never heard of WhatsUp Gold, then even more reason to check out...
We're excited to announce WhatsUp Gold 2018 (WUG 2018)! The new version brings cloud performance monitoring and the ability to track virtual resource usage. Now you always know how much you're spending on cloud services such as Azure and AWS.
Creating your own tools through PowerShell makes transferring content locally exponentially simpler. Here's how to do it yourself.
In today’s PICNIC episode, we welcome Ronnie Ray, Senior Director of Product Management for DNA in the Enterprise Networking Business in Cisco, who explains what Intent Based Networking (IBN) is and why it matters.