Cybersecurity threats are growing worldwide. Threat Modelling is an effective way to fortify an enterprise’s security through the identification of potential threats. The ISO 27034 standard provides an internationally-recognized standard for application security and it is closely aligned with several other ISO standards. Ransomware, malware, and crypto-jacking are all on the rise both in activity and in the minds […]Read More App Sec – part 1 – Fortify your Application with Threat Modelling
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure File Storage service provides a durable, scalable, secure, enterprise-grade network file system that you can mount to any compute instance inside your VCN and outside the VCN, using either OCI FastConnect or an IPSec VPN. The File Storage service supports the Network File System version 3.0 (NFSv3) protocol and the Network Lock Manager (NLM) protocol for […]Read More OCI File Storage
The OCI IAM allows you to control what type of access a group of users can have and to which specific resources. The fundamental IAM building blocks in OCI are: –Groups: collection of users who all need the same type of access to a particular set of resources or compartment. –Users: individuals that need to manage or […]Read More Identity and Access Management in OCI
Watch this demo about how to peer two VCNs between two different regions In OCI you can connect two different VCNs in different regions (whithin the same tenancy). This allows the VCNs’ resources to communicate using private IP addresses without routing the traffic over the internet or through your on-premises network. Without peering, a given […]Read More How to peer two different VCNs between two different regions in the same tenancy in OCI
Watch this demo about how to create a VCN in OCI. Watch this demo about how to connect a VCN to another VCN in the same region A VCN is a virtual version of a traditional network, with firewall rules and specific types of communication gateways that you can choose to use. A VCN covers […]Read More Virtual Cloud Network in OCI
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry is an Oracle-managed registry that enables you to simplify your development to production workflow. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry makes it easy for you as a developer to store, share, and manage development artifacts like Docker images. And the highly available and scalable architecture of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure ensures you can reliably […]Read More Pushing a Docker Image to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry
Gathering information about how many instances have been installed on a Tenancy, who installed them and in which region and in which compartment is something that could be really useful, however very time consuming if you do it manually. Below are the steps to automate this process and collect the information in a .csv report […]Read More How to gather information about instances installed on a OCI Tenancy..