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Top 5 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Monitoring and Optimization Tools

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a web-based cloud computing solution offering scalable storage and content delivery, with no physical overhead. Virtualization with AWS works on a pay-as-you-go basis, which means your business isn’t forced to invest in virtual services beyond your immediate needs. Because AWS offers nearly every component of a physical computer, it allows […]

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5 Top Solutions for Windows Server Optimization

If your business relies on Windows Server, you need to make sure the server’s performance supports end user needs, so it’s critical to monitor and optimize your Windows Server environment. For continuous insight into your Windows Server, you must actively monitor elements in your environment, such as the server’s operations, availability, security, performance, and other […]

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5 Best Tools for Linux Monitoring and Optimization

Many companies rely on Linux devices to support critical applications and services. That means it’s important to include comprehensive Linux monitoring tools as part of your overall IT management strategy. Despite their popularity, Linux devices aren’t always easy to manage, as many tools aren’t designed with Linux monitoring in mind. But with the right software, […]

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Improving Data Privacy

January 28 is Data Privacy Day (DPD). Observed since 2008, DPD brings awareness to the importance of data privacy and protection. This year is going to be no different from a threats perspective, which means data thefts will happen. However, you can minimize the possibility of a cyberattack or data privacy incident by strengthening network […]

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7 Java Performance Tuning Tips

Since Java was first introduced in 1995, it’s become one of the most popular programming languages worldwide. There are many uses for Java, but it’s most typically used in web-based applications. For instance, the widespread Android platform by Google allows developers to code apps using Java. Because so many services rely on Java, it’s important […]

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The Consumerization of Database Appliances

Database appliances seem to be coming back into the forefront. There are several reasons for this, and the resurgence of interest in database appliances has some interesting implications for IT teams. A database appliance is a server preconfigured with a specific database rated to handle a fixed number of transactions per second. The key advantages […]

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Pseudonymization vs. Data Masking

You can probably be identified, even from anonymized data. It’s not ideal, but depending on your organization, it might not be disastrous. Let’s explore what can happen if you reveal too much data, as well as what the concept of “too much” data can mean in different contexts. In addition, we’ll also explore how data […]

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