Blogs

19 Nov

Would PostgreSQL leak your data? No! But YOU might!

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Recently, Singapore faced the ‘most serious breach of personal data’. In this attack a total of 1.5 million SingHealth patients’ non-medical personal data was stolen and 160,000 outpatient dispensed medicines’ records were compromised. There were few government officials among those who were targeted. Similar incidents have been heard from across the globe. As a part of my role, I interact with customers for key open source technologies including PostgreSQL – a relational database technology. Security is one of the key focus […]

Sameer Kumar I Senior Solution Architect, Ashnik

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Nov
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19 Nov

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Solution – the open source way!

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The need for tighter security regulations require enterprises to implement a comprehensive set of security controls including monitoring, auditing and reporting. Hence, enterprises are increasingly implementing SIEM solutions as a part of their a standard security system. According to Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant report on SIEM, 80% of breaches go undetected by the breached organizations, making SIEM solutions more vital than ever. However, Gartner noted that threat management is still the primary driver of demand in the field. The report also […]

- Sandeep Khupekar I CTO & Director, Ashnik

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Nov
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14 Nov

Introducing Docker Enterprise 2.1 – Advancing Our Container Platform Leadership

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Today, we’re excited to announce Docker Enterprise 2.1 – the leading enterprise container platform in the market and the only one designed for both Windows and Linux applications. When Docker Enterprise 2.1 is combined with our industry-proven tools and services in the new Windows Server application migration program, organizations get the best platform for securing and modernizing Windows Server applications, while building a foundation for continuous innovation across any application, anywhere. In addition to expanded support for Windows Server, this latest release further extends […]

Ryan Kennedy

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Nov
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14 Nov

Connecting the Dots Between Dev and Ops With Postgres

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DevOps has changed the way software is developed and deployed, keeping organizations more agile and nimble throughout the process. By following a DevOps structure, organizations gain greater transparency and control of their data management, which enables smarter and faster decision-making. Linking the development and operations structures is the software-defined database. Today’s most versatile database management system (DBMS) is Postgres: running on all platforms, speaking every language and scalable in all directions. One of the most popular ways dev and ops are […]

Taylor Graham

14
Nov
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14 Nov

The Story of the Ashnik Times

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Bogged down with work on hand, an email reminder popped-up in my inbox about completing my article for the Ashnik Times Newsletter, by today. Keeping everything aside, I opened my notepad with the resolution to comply with the commitment. And suddenly I found myself staring at the empty white screen with black cursor blinking and winking at me mocking me for no ideas to write on. Shying away from that derisive ruthless cursor and the white screen, I closed my eyes […]

Kaustubh Patwardhan I Director – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong, Ashnik

14
Nov
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17 Oct

Integrating Docker Trusted Registry with Google Chat

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Google Recently launched Google Chat for GSuite users. Though it is far from perfect, I found it quite useful and hope that it would become a good alternative to Slack. It allows you to have DM (one-on-one) chat and create rooms (kind of group chat) – generalized as a SPACE. You can add Chat Bots to these spaces to automate tasks like voting, create calendar invite, setup video call etc. You can also setup Incoming Webhooks in spaces so that you can deliver messages to spaces […]

Sameer Kumar I Senior Solution Architect, Ashnik

17
Oct
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