Amazon Web Services

The 3 Keys to AWS Account Security

Cyber threats can be scary, but security doesn’t have to be.

linuxacademy.com

Security Content On the Way!

Today we are so excited to be announcing a new content training pillar at Linux Academy … Security! With more and more organizations leveraging the cloud to supercharge their business, making sure you are secure in the cloud is more important than ever!

DevOps

Wildcard Certificates with Let’s Encrypt and NGINX

Let’s Encrypt released the ability to generate wildcard certificates since we wrote the introduction to Let’s Encrypt with NGINX.

Amazon Web Services

AWS Security Essentials has been released!

AWS Security Essentials, my first course on Linux Academy, has been released!

Cloud

A Kernel? In a Container?!

Recently I was blessed with the opportunity to attend KubeCon2017 in Austin, TX, where I had opportunity to get the inside scoop on Kubernetes, OpenShift (❤❤❤).

Amazon Web Services

re:Invent Session Recap: An Overview Major Sessions Attended By AWS Course Author, Trent Hayes

The course I am currently working on is AWS Security Essentials, so my focus with most of my sessions involved security and seeing what changes are coming to services and best practices.

Amazon Web Services

Join Us for Our AWS Security Webinar

Information security is more important now than ever.

Announcements

Join us for our AWS Security webinar

In 2017, running a successful business means using tons and tons of data.

Amazon Web Services

Cloud Compliance – How AWS Shield Plays a Part

In our last article, we took a look at some of the most common compliance regulations that affect IT organizations and their cloud stratagem.

Amazon Web Services

AWS Announces: AWS Shield – A Linux Academy Closer Look

To say that RE:Invent was a shocking revelation for many 3rd party vendors/integrators/developers would be an understatement.