Many organisations are diverting their focus to protecting their data against Ransomware attacks. Even the best security out there cannot make you 100% immune. So how can you use Azure Private Endpoint to reduce your surface area facing an attack against your data?
Veeam Datalabs is a powerful feature that can help your organization automatically validate your backup recoverability and integrity. However, setting Datalabs on your on-premises, or on the cloud environment, requires a very accurate network and routing configuration. Let’s simplify this topic.
Following the news, and learning about other organisations falling victim to ransomware attacks, you might realise that your organisation is not immune from such an attack; in fact, your organisation could be next, The question is, when?
Microsoft File Share is a fully managed service hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud. It can be shared and accessed by using NFS and SMB protocols. How does it work, and how can you deploy this service?
If your company is offering Azure Manage Services or running a Service Provider business, you are probably aware of the Microsoft Azure Lighthouse offering where you can centrally manage Azure subscriptions. What does it take to set up the Azure Lighthouse?
We can all agree that data has become the lifeblood of any organisation; but, like our own blood cells, we require a liver to clean and dispose of the old, retired cells to make space for new and vital cells. So it is with organisational data, historical or static data must be filtered and stored on archival storage to
Are you looking for a straightforward way to deploy a Kubernetes VMware CSI driver? How complex is this task; how long will take you to successfully deploy it? Is there a quick way to do this?
On this, the last blog post of a three-blog series on using Kubernetes, let’s learn how we can save our SQL application databases on a persistent volume or storage. We will do this to ensure we never lose any data, for when the POD is redeployed, destroyed, or just decommissioned.
Last week, we set up our Kubernetes cluster. It is up and running, and we are ready to host our first pod/application. Let’s learn how, by taking it step-by-step, we can deploy an application and how to expose it to the outside world. On this week’s blog post, we are going to learn about Pods, .yaml files, and services.
There is no doubt that Kubernetes* and containers are becoming the new modern cloud norm. Instead of running through a complex series of steps to deploy an application on your cloud deployment, you can use this technology to help you speed up your application deployment, management, and remediation time.