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Last week we took a look at 5 bizarre yet fascinating data centers around the globe. Today we?ll try to figure out what 3 of the world?s most iconic (internet) companies think about new data centers, and how their own concepts appear (when they?ve yet to leave the concept stage).
Want to make sure your network is safe all the time and that there is no undetected leak? Been there. Done that.
"There are naive questions, tedious questions, ill-phrased questions, questions put after inadequate self-criticism. But every question is a cry to understand the world. There is no such thing as a dumb question" ? Carl Sagan
Check Point Software has been in business since 1993, and they presently have a large coverage of IT security devices and services they offer for all business verticals. I?d like to discuss some of the key performance indicators on these devices, and how to go about adding them to your PRTG monitoring solution to assure their availability and performance.?
Hey guys, here we present to you The History of the Internet (Part 2), which is again intended to be brief, gripping and necessarily cursory. Today we start in the 1990s, with the invention of what became the basis for the World Wide Web - and, despite certain rumors, Al Gore wasn't really involved.?
In the latest episode of The Geek and the Sales Guy, our two not-quite-legendary misfits end, once and for all, the argument as to which of them is more suited to run the world by taking the ?Why is it that..??-Off challenge, they reveal the not-so-exciting things to have happened down the years on Rupert?s birthday and why Scotland and Bavaria are basically the same. They also expose which swear words are acceptable any time of day, some little known facts about Twitter and, of course, what was actually in that strange-looking case??
You Monitor Something Amazing and Far Out? This is Your Chance to Shine! When we first asked our community about their unusual usage scenarios back in 2013, we couldn?t have dreamt-up the examples we received from users around the globe. We now know that our users track jackpot values in casinos, keep track of the temperature of blood fridges in hospitals, and even measure the water salinity and PH values of a prawn farm! Sounds crazy and awesome at the same time, doesn?t it? We are sure this isn?t the end of the story.
Keeping an eye on the network is an important job. Many major software and networking companies offer high-end network management suites, and high-end prices to go with them. Fortunately, these top free network management tools can help administrators keep an eye on the network and react right away to any issues that arise, without having to convince the CFO that you need a capital budget item next year.
Are you in an IT leadership role or do you aspire to be there in the future? Hopefully you work for fantastic companies that challenge you and give you the opportunity to take responsibility for your business and your daily work. At Paessler some of our core values as an organization include ?we manage ourselves", "we come up with our own way of doing things" and "we learn from each other".
Hey guys, we wanted to post this for a while now and are happy to present to you:?The History of the Internet (Part 1), which is intended to be brief, gripping, necessarily cursory and also therefore incomplete. If you feel there's something missing, comment beneath this article. Also we don't begin somewhere in the 1980s, but already in 1957.
All datacenters look alike? Hmmm, check our list and think again! Running a data center can be a lonely job, and IT professionals need to make difficult decisions every day. So why not step back and take a look at where some of these guys work and at how bizarre those places look sometimes? Data centers can be unique, strange, innovative and often trendsetting. For the data centers below, it?s hard to argue that the processes inside the data centers are the most interesting aspect. As we?re about to see, it?s sometimes the data center itself that?s fascinating.
Have you ever desired a monitoring tool that gives you all the information you want about almost everything? Well, here it comes! With the new PRTG release 17.3.33, we are pleased to introduce the all new REST Custom Sensor.
Hey guys, any thoughts or comments on Nina?s MS Teams blog post from?last week?about?how to integrate MS Planner? Today we'll have a look on how to use MS Stream Integration. Let's get started:
In the second part of this series on how PRTG can help the Exchange Admin, we looked at custom sensors and how they can be used to extract useful monitoring data from the huge library of WMI and PerfMon counters available on Exchange systems. We also learned a couple of tricks for managing this ?mountain of metrics?. ?
A huge thanks to Jorge de la Cruz for preparing a detailed guide on how to monitor a QNAP NAS using PRTG. This article is a short summary of the article he recently published on his new English-language blog jorgedelacruz.uk.