Category: Guides

Priorities for CISO

A Guide About Priorities For Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

A chief information security officer (CISO) is the senior-most executive who holds the responsibility for establishing strategies to ensure that an organization's data and information is secure. Traditionally, a CISO works together with the CIO. The position CISO is often used interchangeably with the titles of Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Vice President of Security. CISO generally reports to the CIO or CEO.

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Tags in Public Cloud to organize workload

A Detailed Guide On Tagging For Better Cloud Cost and Resource Management

For effective management of computational costs and utilization of resources in public cloud environments, developers must learn how to use the tags effectively. They should also develop an effective system and tag management strategy across enterprises of any size. Developers must also discover how cloud management tools can help to make sense of tagging in public cloud environments

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How to evaluate SaaS Provider?

List of Security and Operational Questions to Ask A SaaS Provider Before Signing Up

After you have decided that to adopt cloud computing for your business, the next step is to look for a cloud services provider, and like many companies, you will be looking for a SaaS Provider. These days you hear a lot about SaaS applications. SaaS stands for Software as a Service. Every company uses SaaS right now for something or the other, and the numbers are growing every day.

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A Definitive List Of Various Compliances And What They Mean

Cyberattacks have been very prominent in the last decade. Just last week, social media giant Twitter fell prey to it wherein accounts of prominent personalities, like Elon Musk, Bill Gates, former U.S. President Barack Obama, and others were hacked. While we cannot stop these attacks completely, there are certain rules and regulations that, if followed, will significantly reduce the risks. Many times, organizations need to comply with many such rules and regulations which have overlapping qualities. 

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Cloudanix DevOps

A Complete Guide On How An Individual Can Practice Continuous DevOps

Introduction DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increase an enterprise’s ability to deliver applications and services at a very high speed. It also evolves and improves products faster than enterprises using traditional software for development and infrastructure management processes. The work of a DevOps engineer includes working with developers and

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What success looks like?

Metrics For Defining Your DevOps Goals and Call It A Success

Measuring your DevOps' success rate in your organization is not like a regular term paper you turn in. There is no guaranteed way to give it an A+ because it looks perfect or a B- just because it has some loopholes, according to you. There are several factors associated with it that you need to pay attention to. It stems from how you define DevOps at your workplace.

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AWS Networking

AWS Networking Fundamentals Crash Course For A Busy Developer

Many developers use AWS as a virtual data center to deploy various services like EC2 instances, RDS instances, etc. These instances or machines need to be stored somewhere in the data center and also need to be connected to the Internet. This is where VPC comes into the picture. Instances can also be referred to as the deployment of service and can also be called a machine throughout this blog. VPC is an isolated network in a region that spans all the availability zones in that region

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DevOps Checklist

Why Your DevOps Team Should Have A Checklist And What Should It Cover?

The DevOps Checklist is neither unique nor static, there is no such hard and fast rule that describes the DevOps, but it should be adapted to the enterprise requirement, human interactions, and some other specific criteria.

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What is the difference between NIST, CIS/SANS 20, ISO 27001 Compliance Standards?

Due to the increasing instances of cyber-attacks in the last decade, establishing information security controls and assessments have become an essential tool for organizations. These controls are necessary for an organization to strengthen its defenses against various security threats. There are compliance standards or frameworks which have distinguished themselves as the best practices for organizations to assess their current security plan and maturity. These standards or frameworks also help the organization set important goals regarding security to improve its practices when protecting sensitive and critical assets. The frameworks I am talking about are NIST, CIS/SANS 20, and ISO 27001.

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AWS Billing - How it Works?

How To Master Understanding Of Your AWS Bills and Tools You Can Use?

AWS provides you with an unlimited amount of cloud and various services. Still, it does not change the fact that it can have spikes in your all over cost if your AWS resources are not kept in check. A lot of focus is paid to understand the various services like EC2, CloudWatch, etc. But there is little attention paid on how to read your AWS bill. I will explain how to read your AWS bill and the tools you can use to lower your overall bill.

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