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How a DevOps Mindset can make or break your production environment

By Anton Smit  If you were to walk up to five different colleagues and ask them to describe DevOps, you would get five different answers. Implementing CI/CD pipelines, an engineer using the correct tools for automated testing and deployment to some form of automated cloud deployments. These are correct however they convey the depth that

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The Impact of Social Distancing on Internet Trends

By Roan Nieuwenhuizen Some interesting stats on internet trends this past week in regards to “Social Distancing”: there is no surprise to see an increase in volume across most ISP networks in South Africa. We see not just an increase in traffic volume during peak (18:00 – 23:00), but that the duration of the peak

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Why DDoS is more prevalent in the modern era

By Riaan van der Merwe We live in a present that many of us would never have imagined 20 years ago. Cashless payments, automated homes, instant communication, access to all our services through a single device – these are now all part of a reality. Technologies will only get more complex as our civilization digitizes

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Making Your Cloud Money Go Further

It would seem that customers of public cloud providers are just loving life right now. And I would classify myself in the same group. We’re like kids in a candy store with the flexibility that goes along with “anything-as-a-service”. We’re spinning up resources, building clusters, decoupling application functionality by adding load-balancers in-between – and all

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Accelerate digital transformation with enterprise-grade WiFi

Businesses need to rethink the way they connect an increasingly anywhere-anytime workforce. In the face of COVID-19, a lockdown event that has forced many employees to work from home, businesses have had to accelerate certain aspects of their digital transformation strategy to enhance their resilience. Virtual private networks (VPNs) and remote workforce enhancements in collaboration

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three6five reshapes managed services with toolkit

ByPaul Rogers, IntelligentCIO Network specialists, three6five has announced details of a managed services toolkit, that it believes will reshape the managed services market. “What we have seen from other large IT networking and security players is a very reactive managed services offering, invariably backed by a big master service agreement that only covers monitoring, break

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DPDK technologies enabling faster network speeds and lower pricing for customers

Dec 13th, 2018 — A recent presentation by three6five pre-sales consulting engineer, Allan Houston, at the KZNNOG-5 held on 8 November, highlighted the real-world benefits to customers of using products featuring DPDK technology. The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) is a fully open-source project. It’s a multi-vendor and multi-architecture project, and it aims at achieving

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Three6five boosts security accreditation with Cisco

14 November, 2018 — Local systems integrator three6five has announced that it has achieved all criteria required to be accredited with Cisco’s Advanced Security Architecture Specialization. “By achieving the Advanced Security Architecture Specialization, we have proven we have the ability to provide sophisticated, value-added Cisco Security solutions through our in-depth sales capabilities, technical skills and

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three6five business analyst to present at summit

September 11, 2018 – Local systems integrator three6five has announced that one of its business analysts, Jennielee Hofmeester, will be presenting at the Business Analysis Summit, to be held from 1-3 October 2018 at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton, Gauteng. In the face of unprecedented challenges: globalisation, massive connectivity, disruptive technologies, political and social upheaval,

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