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If it has moving parts, someday it's going to fail.

Check out IBM's new READ INTENSIVE SSDs. This is a note to highlight some of the pros and cons - and dig a little deeper into one of the cons - of IBM's recently announced new class of solid state disk drives, "read intensive" (RI) SSDs. The new RI-SSD comes in one flavor, a 1.86 TB drive. The new concept to wrap your head around is that the drive will "wear out" if you write too much over the...
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A Case for PEDM

Learn how one company benefitted from incorporating Core Privileged Access Manager (BoKS), a PEDM solution, into their security portfolio.
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Three Signs You’ve Outgrown Password Vaulting

The article highlights the signs to look out for that it’s time to consider add another type of PAM solution—Privilege Elevation and Delegation Management (PEDM)—to help your organization as it continues to grow.
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The Lifecycle of a Security Event

This article seeks to illustrate the contrast between stagnant security events at an organization without a SIEM, and the distinct life cycle of events when a SIEM is streamlining security threats.
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Managing Your IBM i Audit Data

Let’s face it; system administration remains a largely thankless task. From scheduling jobs to balancing workloads to answering messages in QSYSOPR, administrators and operators work diligently behind the scenes to ensure that IBM i servers are available to run mission-critical applications.
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The Six Ws of Granular Access Control

This article takes a closer look at why granular access control is so effective by placing limitations on who can get into your organization’s system, where, when and how they can access it, and what they can do with it.
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How to Download an ODBC Driver

Performance Navigator® requires an ODBC connection to connect to your IBM i system, but it does not come with your PC’s operating system. IBM has a downloadable they’ve titled Access Client Solutions, which we recommend our customers use to get that ODBC connection.
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FAQs about Performance Navigator

Will this product hurt the performance of my IBM i®? You will not even notice that the product is working. The data gathering software is already part of the OS. I currently have a subscription to IBM's PM for Power service. How is Performance Navigator compared to PM? Glad you asked... Performance Navigator uses exactly the same input as PM for Power, Collection Services. Performance Navigator...
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With Public Cloud OS Instances Growing, Security Challenges Grow, Too

“Some cloud vendors tout that systems deployed within their framework require little or no administration: You create an image with the software and applications that you want it to provide services for, spin it up in a management console, and Voila! you have an entirely new system online; with minimal cost, no hassle, little work. However, even with newer models for virtualization appearing on...