Abraham Lincoln once said, "Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe." The transition to IPv6 is a big step for many organizations. Careful planning and a systematic approach are critical to a successful migration.
When operating multiple containers in an environment, you need to use special Linux distributions as a base, such as CoreOS or Red Hat Atomic. We show you how to add applications to and create a custom Atomic software repository for the base system.
Microsoft provides some interesting virtualization features in current and future versions of Windows Server. You can connect or isolate virtual machines, and Windows Server 2016 even supports virtual switches.
HTTPS protects a connection from both tapping and manipulation, but only if a man in the middle hasn't already infiltrated the Internet connection. We highlight the weaknesses in HTTPS and demonstrate how to protect your client and server.