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Palo Alto Networks and VMware: Transforming Network Security for the Software Defined Data Center

Palo Alto Networks and VMware have partnered to provide and very elegant solution for the software defined data center. His solution includes the ability to run a Palo Alto Networks firewall at the hypervisor level in the new VMWARE NSX solution.

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Aruba AP 110 and 220 Series Access Point LEDs

Posted by: Robert Clinton, Mobility Practice Manager The Aruba 110 and 220 series of Instant AP and Campus APs, like previous generations of APs, have status indicating LEDs. It is important understand the meaning of these LEDs when troubleshooting and managing your Aruba WLAN. The AP-110/AP-220 and IAP-110 and IAP-220 Series of Aruba Networks wireless access […]

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Enabling Multi-tenancy within Enterprise IT Operations

by: Shehzad Merchant, Chief Strategy Officer at Gigamon Multi-tenancy is a well understood term in cloud and carrier environments where multiple customers serve as tenants over a common infrastructure. However, the notion of multi-tenancy, the associated SLAs for each tenant, and the ability to virtualize the underlying infrastructure to isolate individual tenants, is quicklymaking its […]

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Palo Alto Networks Showcases Leading Threat Research with Discovery of 5 Critical IE Vulnerabilities

POSTED BY: Scott Simkin Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and today’s sophisticated attackers require a deep understanding of how applications are actively exploited in the real world to compromise users and their networks. In order for attackers to exploit commonly used software, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE), they must take advantage of vulnerabilities in the software […]

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InfoSight: Leveraging Deeper Data to Gain Even Greater Insights

By Rod Bagg – VP of Customer Support InfoSight™ just got smarter. InfoSight is the engine that monitors all Nimble Storage arrays, collectively and individually, from the cloud. It automatically gathers millions of data points per array each day and makes sense of them in real-time. All that data allows InfoSight to identify potential problems – […]

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ShoreTel Outbound Trunk Selection

How to configure outbound trunk group selection when you have multiple T1s Issue: How does ShoreTel selects which channel to place outbound calls from? Scenario: All incoming calls route through channel 1 then 2 then 3 down to 23 on our pri and outgoing calls route in the opposite direction, 23, 22, 21…..1.

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Comm Solutions’ Application Security Offerings

Applications are what drive businesses today. The delivery of these applications need to be secure to protect an organization from vulnerabilities that may exist in not only the delivery of the application (access), but also the application code itself.

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Are you aware of the advanced integration capabilities in the Aruba Instant AP platform?

Many of us are aware of the simplicity and ease of use that the Aruba IAP platform provides, but this product set has been adding features with each release and many are not aware of all the integration capabilities of the IAP platform. Let’s look at few features that are in the most recent 6.3.1.2-4.0.0.4 release.

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Data Protection for VMware Environments with Nimble Storage

The Brain and Wendel provide a wickedly technical and humorous look at data protection for VMware environments. Unfortunately, the first 6 minutes of the webinar was not recorded. The video begins with a discussion of Nimble Storage snapshots and how they provide highly efficient backups that live on primary storage.

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Updating Firmware on Juniper Networks EX Series JunOS Devices Via USB

TFTP is so old-school, and even with WinSCP, you may have limited storage on your JunOS device to copy the somewhat sizable firmware ware file to. Or perhaps you just need a faster way to do it. In some cases, the GUI on earlier code versions is not very cooperative with software updates either. If any of these situations apply to you, I have good news. The USB on the back of most EX series switches, or available on other JunOS devices, is typically functional and we can use that port to install a firmware file from a USB flash drive with relative ease.

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