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Disaster Recovery in just $200? Watch this "On-Premise DR, assisted by Amazon AWS" session

I think this one is a “Watch ASAP” for Enterprise IT Professionals who are looking for ways to cut on the time and effort spent on their On-Premise DR (Disaster Recovery) project, and are open to use Amazon AWS for that purpose. 101 more words

Strategy And IT (Information Technology)

Crazy Idea: Duolc, StretchOS and what Gazzilion Apps Really want [!OpenStack]

Yes, I am a DevOps, Big Data, Security kind of guy and I use Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and OpenStack, as well as other smaller players. 331 more words

Cloud Computing

Using Amazon Machine Learning to Predict the Weather

Amazon recently launched their Machine Learning service, so I thought I’d take it for a spin. Machine Learning (ML) is all about predicting future data based on patterns in existing data. 3,447 more words

Amazon Aws

Hosting Kali in the Cloud - Catch those Reverse Shells where they matter!

Hello,

if you want to host Kali in the Cloud I can recommend the host Vultr!

You can prepay your account with PayPal and Bitcoin and fire up a Kali VM in 30 Minutes by “wgetting” the Kali minimal Iso to the hoster and booting via KVM and performing the Kali Installation Routine. 113 more words

Amazon Aws

Amazon RDS SQL Server and Microsoft BizSpark Licensing Quagmire

Nearby Live has been apart of Microsoft’s BizSpark Plus program for almost three years.  It is a really great program and I highly recommend the program to pretty much every start-up I encounter. 598 more words

Amazon AWS

Amazon AWS EC2 first impressions

I’m going to test the Amazon Web Services using a free account

The first you have to do is to créate an AWS account

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Amazon AWS

Invalid Certificate after Security Update 2015-004 in Mavericks

After recently installing Security Update 2015-004, I found that I could no longer browse to any website using the root certificate “VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority – G5″ without a security warning (“invalid certificate”). 241 more words

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