System News
back1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 next
Articles for the keywords: zones
07 Dec 2013 Preventing Security Breaches Caused By Audio Devices [33911]
Dark Reading, November 26th, 2013

"For Internet-connected computers located inside high security zones where classified calls and meetings take place, using audio devices may cause a security breach if not properly protected," warns Belkin Business in Dark Reading.

"Such computers are often used with headphones, speakers, or microphones to enable conference calls. These Internet-connected computers can be compromised by hackers to remotely enable their microphones or headsets, using them to 'listen' in to surrounding environment..."
(Get More Information . .) open to premium members only

26 Nov 2013 Preventing Security Breaches Caused By Audio Devices [33854]
Dark Reading, November 26th, 2013

"For Internet-connected computers located inside high security zones where classified calls and meetings take place, using audio devices may cause a security breach if not properly protected. Such computers are often used with headphones, speakers, or microphones to enable conference calls. These Internet-connected computers can be compromised by hackers to remotely enable their microphones or headsets, using them to 'listen' in to surrounding environment..."
(Get More Information . .) open to premium members only

25 Nov 2013 Oracle Solaris 11 in the Cloud [33801]
Hands-On Labs of the System Admin and Developer Community of OTN

This lab demonstrates how Oracle Solaris can provide the best cloud environment by setting up a multilayer application environment, effectively creating a "cloud in a box."

  • Lab Introduction
  • Prerequisites
  • The Environment
  • Lab Outline
  • Lab Goals
  • Exercise 1: Configuring the System and Setting Up the Network
  • Exercise 2: Configuring the Storage Layer
  • Exercise 3: Configuring the Web Layer
  • Exercise 4: Configuring the Database Layer
  • Exercise 5: Configuring the WordPress Application
  • Exercise 6: Monitoring Zones
  • Exercise 7: Performing Resource Management
  • Exercise 8: Ensuring Availability
  • Exercise 9: Securing the Environment
  • Conclusion
  • For the Adventurous

Read on for details.
(Get More Information . .) open to premium members only

14 Nov 2013 Optimizing OS performance [33633]
With Ops Center's OS Analytics tools

Owen Allen writes, "With the right information, there's a lot that you can do to improve the performance of an operating system. However, it can be time-consuming to gather that information in a large environment with hundreds or thousands of operating systems, Oracle Solaris Zones, or Oracle VM Servers.

Ops Center's OS Analytics tools can help you gather the information that you need to tune your operating systems. For operating systems managed by Ops Center, you can view OS performance info like CPU and memory utilization, process details, and virtualization capacity. For Oracle Solaris systems, you can also view the status and details of SMF services.

We put together a "how-to" that walks you through the process of viewing all of this information..."
(Get More Information . .) open to premium members only

12 Nov 2013 Focus on Oracle Solaris [33641]
Solaris Sessions from Oracle OpenWorld 2013

Solaris talks from Oracle OpenWorld 2013:

General Sessions

  • Oracle Solaris Strategy, Engineering Insights, and Roadmap
  • What's New with Oracle Engineered Systems

Sessions:

  • Building an Ultrafast, Scalable, Multithreaded, Multiprocess Server
  • Best Practices for Maintaining and Upgrading Oracle Solaris
  • Customer Panel: Oracle Solaris in Action
  • Getting Unbeatable App Performance on SPARC Enterprise M-Series and SPARC T-Series Servers
  • Why Oracle Solaris Is the Best UNIX for Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic
  • How to Set Up a Public Key Infrastructure for Secure Shell and PuTTY
  • Why Oracle Fusion Middleware Runs Best on Oracle Solaris
  • Oracle Solaris Panel: Insights and Directions from Oracle Solaris Engineering
  • Oracle Solaris 11 Best Practices for Software Lifecycle Management
  • ISV Panel: Oracle Solaris and ISV Insights
  • Ten Key Solaris Zones Differentiators Enhancing Cloud Platforms
  • Consolidate Databases and Provide Dynamic Quality of Services
  • Compliance and Security: Least Complexity, Lowest Risk with Oracle Solaris

See the website for links to talks and/or slides.
(Get More Information . .) open to premium members only

 
back1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 next






News and Solutions for Users of Solaris, Java and Oracle's Sun hardware products
30,000+ Members – 30,000+ Articles Published since 1998

!-- end archive_section.tpl -->