Ask a hundred IT pros and their managers what “cloud native” is, and you’ll get as many different definitions. In part it’s because public cloud providers (PCPs) seek to provide all things to all IT teams, but it’s also because each organization has different goals for cloud. The question is, what does "cloud native" mean to you?
In the first article of a two-part series, my colleague Head Geek™ Sascha Giese shares five proactive security methods public sector organizations should adopt to protect themselves against cybercriminals.
Here’s an interesting article by my colleague SolarWinds Head Geek Sascha Giese looking at the importance of managing access rights in healthcare organizations, highlighting four steps to help illustrate how IT teams can integrate this successfully into every department.
If there’s one thing SolarWinds strives to provide for our customers, it’s options. Options in selecting the right tool for the right job, options for deployment and scaling, and options as your next upgrade looms. This might explain why we’ve made decisions to re-introduce support for Windows and SQL Server 2012 while adding support for SQL Server Express and cloud deployments.
The latest release of the Orion® platform now scales to 1,000,000 elements, loads pages quicker, and adds faster and remote upgrades via the web UI. But have you ever wondered how many releases and feature additions there have been since version 10.5? Is there something you might have missed in a README? What's the difference between the Orion platform and Network Performance Monitor (NPM)? Head Geek Patrick Hubbard pulls up a chair for SolarWinds story time and an info graphic.
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