DNS Wars, really?

DNS Wars, really?

The golden rule: keep the DNS server that you are interrogating daily as close to you as possible (in your home or office, if you can; if not, at your local ISP). A very nice keynote on DNS Wars, take a look:

Failure Modes and Continuous Resilience

Failure Modes and Continuous Resilience

A resilient system continues to operate successfully in the presence of failures. There are many possible failure modes, and each exercises a different aspect of resilience. The system needs to maintain a safety margin that is capable of absorbing failure via defense in depth, and failure modes need to be prioritized to take care of …

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Google’s Zero Trust Network approach

Google’s Zero Trust Network approach

It’s all about security, but also about access. Google has adopted a new model for their security. No longer do they choose for perimeter security, they implement security throughout their network. Do not trust your network. It is probably already owned! You can read more about it here: https://thenewstack.io/how-to-start-applying-googles-zero-trust-model/

Serverless, containers or just VMs?

Serverless, containers or just VMs?

Finally we see real adoption in the enterprise of containers and containerorchestrators. Kubernetes is gaining popularity, but FaaS is also taking a leap. What’s the current stand and what to expect? More about that can be read here: https://thenewstack.io/add-it-up-serverless-vs-kubernetes-vs-containers/