Category Archive For: Security

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Back to the past: How to access and restore previous versions of files and folders with Open-E JovianDSS

With Open-E JovianDSS you can easily go back in time. Not literally, of course, so let’s get the matter straight: it may happen that you change a file (either accidentally ...

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Hyper-converged platform

Strategies for choosing the best hyper-converged platform

As you already know from our previous articles, hyperconvergence is an infrastructure framework that enables using a single appliance that integrates key data center components: storage, networking, virtualization and compute. ...

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Maintenance Mode

Maintenance Mode in Open-E DSS V7 explained

Thus far, we have been focusing mainly on Open-E JovianDSS and its major new feature, the Off-site Data Protection with Consistent Snapshots. Today we would like to give some attention to a ...

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Check_MK

Monitoring Open-E DSS V7 and Open-E JovianDSS with Check_MK

Check_MK is now included Open-E DSS V7! Find some datailed information in our CDPS manual, in which we describe step-by-step how to set up monitoring with the Check_MK tool. This ...

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Open-E JovianDSS up12

Open-E JovianDSS update 12

Open-E released another major update for its software-defined storage solution: Open-E JovianDSS update12, now available on our website. The main feature of this update is the Off-site Data Protection Service (ODPS). ...

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Supermicro security update for IPMI / BMC firmware. Update now and be safe!

A new security feature to encrypt passwords is available from Supermicro for systems running IPMI 1.5 & 2.0 protocols and/or BMC firmware. If you haven’t done so already, please update ...

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Update your Linux driver for Areca ARC-1883 SAS RAID Adapter

Recently, when performing planned test scenarios with different hardware parts, our QA team identified an issue with kernel panic during read operations on the Areca ARC-1883 SAS RAID Adapter. We ...

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Heartbleed image

Is your Heartbleeding?

The Heartbleed bug, officially referenced as CVE-2014-0160, is already being coined as one of the biggest security threats since the mass adoption of the Internet – affecting millions of websites ...

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Data recycling

How to recycle data

What to do with old hard disks? What to do if your company is going to upgrade its equipment? How to get rid of any useless hardware? However we approach ...

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Datacenter

When data had gone walkabout and the air was blue with oaths

Here are three invented stories, three good endings and three bad ones. It does not matter who you are and what you do – it can happen to you. Let’s ...

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