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JNS is happy to announce the spin-off of our DDoS attack platform service offering. The new service offering is a consolidated offering of a service previously only available as a professional services engagement. Details of the new service can be … Continue reading
In a previous post, I listed observations related to server room organization. One of the main sources of clutter in a server room is disorganized cabling. Below are some quick tips to keep your cabling in control. If your server … Continue reading
JNS has just finished creating a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack platform. We will have more information on our main website shortly, but if you are interested please contact JNS. In a nutshell, the service allows JNS consultants to … Continue reading
JNS consultants have had multiple occasions to work with clients that host their infrastructure in the Amazon cloud. One key feature of AWS is the ability to horizontally scale your environment using auto-scaling groups. Some clients are intimidated by this, … Continue reading
JNS consultants have worked in a wide array of data centers and server rooms, each with its own unique flavor. Some are immaculate, with cables exactingly cut and tied to create a stunning visual presentation. More often, however, we see … Continue reading
Recently, the JNS team was consulted to provide a DDoS risk assessment for a high profile client. The client has a mixed environment of cloud-based virtual systems on Amazon Web Services, and physical systems on a managed hosting provider. Multiple … Continue reading
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