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Using buildah to build container images on CentOS – Blog.CentOS.org

In this post, we’re going to talk about how to use buildah to build container images on CentOS. buildah is a command line tool that facilitates building OCI compliant images. There’s a plethora of information available around what buildah is on its GitHub landing page so we won’t dive more Continue Reading

Provision your 3CX Clients in Seconds – Sneak Peek of V15.5 Update 2

Update 2 for V15.5 is literally just days away. It’s going to be packed with new updates and features to enhance the usability and management of the PBX, both for admins but also for the users. In light of this, and without wanting to give too much away, we’re giving Continue Reading

Byline: Four Tips for a Cyber-Safe Summer

Summer is upon us – a time for family, fun and travel. Whether you’re going around the block or around the world, odds are you’re taking your work laptop (just in case). And of course, you’re taking your smartphone. Maybe you’ll want to check email on your phone using the Continue Reading

Channel Focus: Solving Security’s Growing Pains with Scalability

Going wireless with a customer’s network and cloud was once a leap. Now it’s simply the next step. According to Cisco’s latest Global Cloud Index, 92% of workloads will be processed in cloud data centers by 2020, and research from IDG shows worldwide spending on public cloud service will grow Continue Reading

What happened next: the deprecation of ANY

Almost a year ago, we announced that we were going to stop answering DNS ANY queries. We were prompted by a number of factors: The lack of legitimate ANY use. The abundance of malicious ANY use. The constant use of ANY queries in large DNS amplification DDoS attacks. Additionally, we Continue Reading