On Tuesday, June 19th, GDT Associate Network Systems Engineer Andrew Johnson presented, as part of the GDT Agile Operations (DevOps) team’s weekly Lunch & Learn series, info about the wild world of IoT (Internet of Things). Andrew provides a high level overview of what IoT is and what can be
On Tuesday, May 22nd, GDT SOC Analyst Moe Janmohammad presented, as part of the GDT Agile Operations (DevOps) team’s weekly Lunch & Learn series, information about data breaches. They’re seemingly a weekly occurrence these days, and while there has been a lot of discussion around protecting consumers, very little is
On April 3rd, GDT Network Engineer Ryan Rogers presented, as part of the GDT DevOps team’s weekly Lunch & Learn series, information about blockchain. As defined by Investopedia, blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Ryan uses Bitcoin as the marquee, certainly most noteworthy, implementation of the blockchain algorithm.
On March 27th, GDT Network Engineer Jade Thorpe presented, as part of the GDT DevOps team’s weekly Lunch & Learn series, information about Ansible, which is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy. Avoid writing scripts or custom code to deploy and update
GDT Network Systems Engineer Robert Powers presented, as part of the GDT Agile Operations (DevOps) team’s weekly Lunch & Learn series, information about one of the key tenants of application development’s golden age—the Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) model. It allows developers to release software more quickly and with fewer
Considered by many IT professionals as “The godfather of DNS” In the event you weren’t fortunate enough to attend in person, on February 22nd Cricket Lui, the author of DNS and BIND and a preeminent expert on DNS, delivered an outstanding presentation on a very timely subject: network threats, such