Saturday, January 4, 2020

Netiquette IQ multi-cloud strategy-Blog Of 1/4/2019



From whatis.com

multi-cloud strategy
A multi-cloud strategy is the use of two or more cloud computing platforms to take advantage of services and capabilities that no one cloud provider can offer on its own. Redundancy and vendor lock-in concerns are driving many multi-cloud deployments, as are business and technical goals -- including the desire to comparison shop and take advantage of the pricing, speed and capacity a particular cloud provider offers in a particular geography. .

Quote of the Day
 


"More than half of the average enterprise's workloads now run in external cloud environments. If IT operations for multi-cloud is to succeed, IT leaders must adapt processes and staffing accordingly." -- John Burke


Multi-cloud Learning Center
 

Enterprise IT weighs pros and cons of multi-cloud management
IT ops pros are getting used to multi-cloud management, especially for disaster recovery, but moving from cloud to cloud via container portability is still rare.
Evaluate these 9 multi-cloud management platforms
Dig into the benefits -- and drawbacks -- of the top tools and services to help enterprises manage their hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Suffering from cloud sprawl? Secure multi-cloud systems in 2 steps
As enterprise cloud adoption increases, so too does the risk of cloud sprawl -- and, with it, cloud security threats. Learn how to beat cloud sprawl in two steps.
Effective multi-cloud storage strategies and management techniques
Multi-cloud deployments have their advantages, but they're also complex and challenging to manage and maintain. Learn where to focus as you get started.
Everything you need to know about multi-cloud security
This guide provides resources to help security practitioners learn how to manage a multi-cloud environment, including the tools and services required for ensuring security.
What's the difference between multi-cloud vs. hybrid cloud strategies?
When comparing multi-cloud vs. hybrid cloud deployments, you'll want to pay particular attention to the management concepts and tools for each cloud strategy.

Related Terms
 


_________ is the uncontrolled proliferation of an organization's cloud instances, services or providers.
a. Cloud sprawl
b. Cloud cloning








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air gapping
Air gapping is a security measure that involves physically isolating a computer or network to prevent it from connecting directly or wirelessly to other systems that can connect to the Internet. Air gapping is used to protect many types of critical systems, including those that support the stock market, the military, the government and industrial power industries.
To prevent unauthorized data extrusion through electromagnetic or electronic exploits, there must be a specified amount of space between the air-gapped system and outside walls and between its wires and the wires for other technical equipment. In the United States, the U.S. National Security Agency TEMPEST project provides best practices for using air gaps as a security measure.

For a system with extremely sensitive data, a Faraday cage can be used to prevent electromagnetic radiation (EMR) escaping from the air-gapped equipment. Although such measures may seem extreme, van Eck phreaking can be used to intercept data such as key strokes or screen images from demodulated EMR waves, using special equipment from some distance away. Other proof-of-concept (POC) attacks for air- gapped systems have shown that electromagnetic emanations from infected sound cards on isolated computers can be exploited and continuous wave irradiation can be used to reflect and gather information from isolated screens, keyboards and other computer components.

As of this writing, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is awarding grants for prototype hardware and software designs that will keep sensitive data physically isolated. The grants are made possible under the Guaranteed Architecture for Physical Security (GAPS) program.

Enhancing air-gapped security measures

The problem with physical separation as a security technique is that, as complexity increases in some system or network to be isolated, so does the likelihood that some unknown or unauthorized external connection will arise.

Perhaps the most important way to protect a computing device or network from an air gap attack is through end user security awareness training. The infamous Stuxnet worm, which was designed to attack air-gapped industrial control systems, is thought to have been introduced by infected thumb drives found by employees or obtained as free giveaways.
The software-defined perimeter (SDP) framework is another tool network engineers can use to create a type of "virtual air gapping" through policy enforcement. SDP requires external endpoints that want to access internal infrastructure to comply with authentication policies and ensures that only authenticated systems can see internal IP addresses.


In my books, noted below, I often lament about the lack of civility, deterioration of written communication and abuse of the power of the Internet. Electronic communication, in my opinion, breeds negativity and behavior which does not exist in direct communication. 

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4 comments:

  1. Good piece of work, it contains all the matters with regards to the multi cloud service and Good luck to you and your well performed job

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  2. If you are an admin at an organization of any size, it’s likely that you’ve encountered the question of what apps you shouldmigrate to the cloudThis decision is often based on at least three factors: the technical challenges and cost of migration, the risk of downtime, and the flexibility of cloud-based apps.

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