Migrating to an AWS infrastructure? Time to start thinking about AWS security best practices. Securing your new AWS infrastructure does not fall on the IaaS provider, but on your organization as well. To avoid risk in the cloud, keep in mind some AWS security best practices before you make the move. The below list is not at all exhaustive but meant to get you started.
While your team is planning a migration, thinking about how you will optimize your new cloud landscape will help you take advantage of the efficiencies that the cloud has to offer, including cloud automation. A great cloud infrastructure makes use of a good cloud platform and a custom-built cloud automation framework that helps your team focus on high-value work, and not day-to-day tedium.
Many SMBs don’t have a robust or experienced IT department that can manage a cloud environment properly. Cloud managed services can help your business stay secure, remain without downtime, and optimize your environment without having to make that investment. When you engage a cloud managed services provider, you’re getting a true expert in the cloud and other related IT services.
DevOps isn’t a new concept, but as organizations realize the need for more frequent and efficient releases, there has never been a better time to start your digital transformation journey. At the core of DevOps is a shift to continuous deployment and delivery, which results in faster time to market. The benefits are numerous, but how do you get there? The answer lies with building a DevOps roadmap that will help guide you to a full DevOps experience.
As 2018 expires, so will support for PHP 5. PHP 5, a popular programming language for CMS websites like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and others, reaches end-of-life at the end of 2018 and will no longer receive security support. If your website is running PHP 5, consider upgrading before the end of the year so as not to put your website at risk.