Oracle

Configuring Device Mapper Multipathing with Linux

Linux SAN Multipathing What is Multipathing? Multipathing is a fault-tolerance technology that allows you to have more than one physical path between a host (server) and an external storage device (SAN). In the event that any component (NIC, cable, switch) in the environment fails, the physical path is switched to a path that does not […]

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What is Enterprise User Security (EUS)?

Update: January 28, 2019  What is Multi-Factor Authentication? An already excellent post by Hari Muthuswamy, I wanted to add a bit of information on Multifactor Authentication. – Dan Elliott  Multi-Factor Authentication, also known as dual factor authentication or 2FAis not a new concept but how it is delivered has changed. Many of you remember carrying […]

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Recovery Time Objective

Measuring a Successful Disaster Recovery

Natural disasters, hardware failures, and human error – not anything we want to happen, but the reality is they do happen. Considering organizations’ IT infrastructure, applications and valuable data at risk, all of these occurrences could cause irreparable damage. This is not new information. We all know that “things happen.” So the focus should be […]

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