The book shows you how architecting a modern security visibility infrastructure can help your business adapt to new threats, lengthen the usefulness of your current security investments, and optimize uptime and availability. See the entire threat landscape, understand security visibility basics, support both inline and out-of-band security systems, explore security visibility use cases and ask the right questions about visibility.Sponsored Listing
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A project for creating a (currently) single-user Personal Organizer for Haiku OS. The project moved to sourceforge due to possible close of BerliOS.
Haiku is an open-source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku aims to provide a computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities.
Nirvana is the new approach to produce brand new alternative way to Web Browsing under BeOS/Haiku. Our main goal is bring free, fast browser which is coded in BeOS-native C++ style and utilizes proven codebase, with support for modern technologies like CS
You can start backing up your Hyper-V and VMware hosts in a matter of minutes. Then set up a backup schedule and replicate backups offsite for added disaster recovery. You can even granularly restore Files or Exchange Items directly, or instantly boot a VM from backup. Download today and get a chance to WIN a Nintendo Switch!Sponsored Listing
PP3 creates celestial charts. It generates resolution independent sky maps of very high graphical quality. They can be used for example as illustrations in books or on web pages. Databases are included but you may use own data if you wish.
Just like alanine is an essential amino acid needed for protein synthesis, a garbage collector is needed for every modern operating system. AL4nin tries to be that for an L4 based Dylan OS. See design document at http://www.gwydiondylan.org/papers/