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The overall security of your network and applications is getting more and more of a hot topic. Especially for big organizations and governments, network security is vital but at the same time getting increasingly complex.
Security is not just the responsibility of a specific individual or department in an organization, but it is a shared responsibility of every person within the organization, including employees, contractors, and even customers.Continue reading Security is everyone’s responsibility
YANG (Yet Another Next Generation) is a data modeling language that is used to define the structure of configuration data for network devices and network services.
It allows organisations to model and configure network and security services in a machine-readable format. The YANG models can then be used to generate code or CLI commands that can be executed on network devices to configure the network services.
By using YANG to configure network and security services, network administrators can ensure that the configurations are consistent and well-structured, making it easier to manage and maintain the network.Continue reading Configure your network & security infrastructure using YANG templates
Were you thinking about starting with RPA? Today we prepared an article that will respond to all your questions!Continue reading How to start with RPA as a developer?
There is a good reason why ITIL is spending a dedicated part on IT Asset Management (ITAM). It’s supposed to underpin everything that you do as an IT function.
Not having the correct level and correctness of your asset management can cause not only delays on your day-to-day operations, it can also cost you a lot of extra money and can expose you to all sorts of data or security breaches.
No programmer is perfect and everyone makes mistakes, but one is for sure – practice makes better. To give you a heads-up, we have selected the best websites to practice your code. Those websites will help you grow and achieve your coding goals.Continue reading 5 great websites where you can test your code skills
we had quite a funny period while being hit by a bug in System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2. What happened is that basically after installing UR14, we faced several issues with “Query Database” activity like multiple orphaned runbook instances, or that the configuration values of the activity got vanished upon Check-in. Continue reading Orchestrator 2012 R2 bug – SQL activity
Finally found time to post in here. Recently I’ve been working on a Powershell script that connects to a SQL 2016 database. Easy one, huh?
The problem may be using Invoke-Sqlcmd cmdlet when you’re using Windows authentication ONLY. In such cases, here’s a function I use to connect to SQL: Continue reading Powershell: Run SQL command using different credentials
I have recently played around with an error handling, also using functions.
You can explicitly define the behaviour of the script and how it should handle errors using an $ErrorActionPreference variable. You will typically set it to either of following: Continue reading Error handling in Powershell