MAAS 2.5 : Growing the ecosystem and support for KVM micro-clouds

Our latest release makes for a very exciting point in the MAAS evolution. As datacenter (DC) infrastructure grows at unparalleled scale fueled by new applications and services such as connected autonomous cars, augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) and IoT, the need for automated bare metal provisioning has never been more important. Multi-access Continue Reading

Email Help for Texas & Louisiana Businesses Affected by Harvey

Our hearts go out to all who have been impacted by hurricane Harvey. As a provider of email messaging software and services, we understand that many businesses have lost communications infrastructure, including their email services, which for many, are the primary channel of communication with customers. We want to help, Continue Reading

Dan Kaminsky Will Be Taking Your Questions At Our DNS Meetup Next Week In San Francisco

Our last DNS meetup was a packed house with Paul Mockapetris, the original inventor of DNS. We learned why DNS answers have a question count but always only one question, why underscores aren’t allowed in domain names, and the history of how DNS came to be. Our next meetup is Continue Reading

HTTP/2 & Let’s Encrypt for WordPress

Our web blog is now meeting the latest security standards and making it HTTP2-ready is easier than you think. Here’s how we switched our web blog (https://devblog.plesk.com) running on Plesk + NGINX to HTTPS and made it HTTP/2-ready with a free, SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt. Before we get into Continue Reading

Internal Segmentation Firewalls—Securing the Inner Network

Our threat landscape is constantly evolving. As known vectors are exposed and neutralized, new methods emerge to take their places. And the current wave of advanced threats are getting increasingly better at slipping past perimeter security to reach the unprotected internal network. While edge firewalls do an excellent job of Continue Reading

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