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  • Orion Platform 2019.4 and Its Modules Are Now Generally Available

    The SolarWinds® product management team is happy to announce the general availability of all 14 products on Orion Platform 2019.4. Every product has new features available in this release. Download now through yo...
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  • THWACK Monthly Mission - December 2019

      Comms are up for THWACK® team and it’s time to buckle in for your next mission.     Azure-deployed assets are now on board and operational. Your ITOps are a go. Hybrid and multi-cloud met...
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  • Happy New Year: What Will Be Different This Time Around?

    2019 is coming to an end, and what a great year it was! This tech year was all about data security, IoT, automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning, connected cloud, and hybrid cloud solutions, among man...
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  • December Writing Challenge Week 2 Recap

    Week 2 of the challenge has brought even more insights and wisdom than I imagined - although I should have expected it, given how incredible the THWACK community is day after day, year in and year out. As a reminder, ...
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  • Day 12: Microservices

    So back to the LEGOs example. If applications are like multi-colored LEGO® bricks, that you can use to build death stars and airplanes, then microservices would be like the tiny connector pieces that make corners...
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  • Day 11: Orchestration

    When you’re playing with all your cool LEGO Brick toys, you need some way of making sure you always have the right Lego pieces at the right time. It wouldn’t do for you to have everything you need to build...
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  • How to Configure an Office 365 Tenant

    IntroductionIn a roundabout continuation to one of my previous blog posts, Did Microsoft Kill Perpetual Licensing, I’m going to look at the basic steps required for setting up an Office 365 tenant. There are a f...
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  • [Survey] Cybersecurity and Your Day-to-Day

    Our Security product team is looking for some thought leadership inspiration and to learn about your day-to-day thoughts and interactions with cybersecurity!   Take this survey and with our thanks, you will also...
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  • Shopping Season Has Arrived: A Cyber Monday Wishlist

    It’s time to say goodbye to spooky season and welcome the season of shopping deals. Forget haunted houses and scary movies—you won’t be running anywhere but towards the checkout button!   We've...
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  • Day 8: Virtualization

    In the early days of computing, physical hardware was confined to singular tasks, for example, calculators. As computers advanced, we began to be able to multitask, enhancing the ability to run simultaneous applicatio...
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  • Day 4: NetFlow

    Computers talk to each other all the time. They use special computers to help them talk. Those special computers watch the computer-talk and can send us a message to show us the computer-talk. These messages don’...
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  • 3 Strategies for Managing the IT Impact of Classroom Technology

    Omar Rafik, SolarWinds Senior Manager, Federal Sales Engineering   Here’s an interesting article by my colleague Mav Turner with ideas for improving the management of school networks by analyzing performanc...
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  • WHAT’S NEW IN ACCESS RIGHTS MANAGER (ARM) 2019.4?

    SolarWinds® Access Rights Manager (ARM) 2019.4 is available on the Customer Portal! Please refer to the release notes for a broad overview of this release.   Previous releases of ARM extended the existing ...
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  • Day 10: Container

    You know LEGO bricks—the multi-colored building blocks you can use to build cool things like a Star Wars™ Star Destroyer™, or an airplanes, or whatever you can dream up? A really simple way to make b...
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  • Day 5: Logging

    What is a log? Well, imagine following someone around all day and writing down everything they do and recording the time/date they did it. For example,   12:05 p.m. 09/19/2019—Tom picked up a pen. 12:06 p....
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  • Day 7: Troubleshoot

    It’s probably fair to assume most of us are paid to solve problems, and we’re darn good at it. More than likely, you make a living by troubleshooting problems, so I know I’m preaching to the choir by...
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  • Day 9: Cloud Migration

    Hey Buddy, you want to know what cloud migration is? Let me try to explain it in your terms.   Imagine you have a bunch of LEGO bricks in your room. They’re your valuable things, you play with them every d...
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  • Day 6: Observability

    “Observability.” A term that, in recent years, has imbued itself into the realms of conference keynotes, vendor sales pitches, industry bloggers, and IT-group meetings around the globe. But what is it real...
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  • Day 3: Metrics

    Do you know the dough for two pizzas needs about 3.5 cups or 440 grams of flour? Well, now you do, and you just learned an important metric. It’s the quantity, and without measuring, we wouldn’t have an id...
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  • Day 2: Latency

    Years ago, I would take my kids with me to SQL Saturdays when I was working at them and/or presenting. One time, my daughter (she was 8) decided she would try to stump me. She raised her hand, I called on her, she poi...
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