Practical Cloud Native Security with Falco: Risk and Threat Detection for Containers, Kubernetes, and Cloud by Loris Degioanni, Leonardo Grasso Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF reader, 9 mb Overview: As more and more organizations migrate their applications to the cloud, cloud native computing has become the dominant way to approach software development and execution. Protecting modern, cloud native applications from threats requires the ability to defend them at runtime, when they’re most vulnerable to attacks.
This practical guide introduces you to Falco, the open source standard for continuous risk and threat detection across Kubernetes, containers, and the cloud. Falco creator Loris Degioanni and core maintainer Leonardo Grasso bring you up to speed on threat detection and show you how to get Falco up and running, plus advanced topics such as deploying Falco in production and writing your own security rules. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Fedora Core 7 & Red Hat® Enterprise Linux (Osborne Complete Reference), 4th Edition by Richard Petersen Requirements: .PDF reader, 9.9 MB Overview: The Definitive Linux Resource—Fully Updated and Expanded
Get full details on the powerful features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora 7 from this fully revised, one-stop guide. Linux expert Richard Petersen covers all the bases, from configuring your desktop, customizing your system, and accessing software repositories to handling files and directories, managing devices and servers, and sharing system resources.
Inside, you’ll get in-depth coverage of Fedora 7’s device and network autoconfiguration, IPv6 and .NET support, SE Linux, software repository installs, custom distribution spins, and system administration tools. You’ll learn how to deploy sound security measures, configure automatic device detection, set up logical volumes for file management, and create your own Fedora distribution using your favorite software. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
SAS Administration from the Ground Up: Running the SAS9 Platform in a Metadata Server Environment by Anja Fischer Requirements: .PDF reader, 5.7 MB Overview: Learn SAS® administration from the ground up!
Those who are new to SAS platform administration may find themselves full of questions. SAS® Administration from the Ground Up: Running the SAS®9 Platform in a Metadata Server Environment will save you time, money and frustration.
This book walks the reader through setting up and maintaining a SAS platform from scratch. The author includes tips on best practices and troubleshooting to show you simple ways to streamline your SAS environment and make your work more manageable. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Written for both new administrators and seasoned professionals, this book covers: • SAS® 9.4 architecture • SAS administration tools such as SAS® Management Console, SAS® Environment Manager and SAS® Deployment Manager • Users, groups, and roles • Metadata library administration • SecurityAlso included is a master administration checklist, with helpful resources provided for each task.
Schneier on Security by Bruce Schneier Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF reader, 5.7 Mb Overview: Presenting invaluable advice from the world’s most famous computer security expert, this intensely readable collection features some of the most insightful and informative coverage of the strengths and weaknesses of computer security and the price people pay – figuratively and literally – when security fails. Discussing the issues surrounding things such as airplanes, passports, voting machines, ID cards, cameras, passwords, Internet banking, sporting events, computers, and castles, this book is a must-read for anyone who values security at any level – business, technical, or personal. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Programming 101: Learn to Code Using the Processing Programming Language, 2nd Edition by Jeanine Meyer Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF reader, 24 mb Overview: Programming permeates almost all aspects of our lives. This includes being active on social media, shopping online, and participating in virtual courses. It also includes driving a car and using many devices. This book will teach you the basics of programming using the Processing programming language and provide practice with logical, algorithmic thinking. It can provide insight into what is involved in producing the technical infrastructure of our world. While reading this book, you can build programs based on your own ideas, using images you create or acquire and making connections to activities you enjoy.
The term for program in Processing is sketch. The Processing language has been constructed by visual artists using the Java programming language as a base. However, the sketches featured in this book and typical in Processing are far more than static drawings; they incorporate interaction, animation, video, audio, and accessing files on the local computer and on the Web. Technical features are introduced and explained in the context of complete examples: games (Snake, Hangman, jigsaw, slingshot), making a collage of family images and video clips, preparing directions for folding an origami model, rotating objects in 3D, and others.
Programming is a fun, creative, expressive pursuit. It does require attention to details and can be frustrating. Still, there is very little that compares to the satisfaction of building a program out of nothing and making it work (or taking an existing program and fixing a problem, or adding a feature and making it better). Programming 101 is your gateway to making this happen. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Hybrid Cloud & Data Fabric for Dummies by Larry Freeman, Lawrence C. Miller Requirements: .PDF reader, 5.5 Mb Overview: Maintain control over your data in the cloud
Hybrid clouds that leverage the benefits of both public and private cloud models are becoming increasingly popular. This book shows you how to manage your data across these different cloud models.
• Transform your organization — become a broker of information services to the business
• Manage and maintain data — control data with confidence across any cloud, whether public, private, or hybrid
• Choose where your data resides — maintain data stewardship in the cloud
Larry Freeman has worked in the data storage industry for over 35 years. He is the co-author of Evolution of the Storage Brain and has contributed to several For Dummies books. Lawrence C. Miller has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years. He has written numerous For Dummies book. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
WordPress in a week …Or less by Zak Cagaros Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF reader, 6.5 Mb Overview: If you can send an email, then you can create a great looking WordPress website in minutes! WordPress is the number one free tool used to create dynamic websites, and is used by millions of people from web developers to grandparents to build beautiful websites. In this comprehensive book I will show you how you can use this great platform to create the website of your dreams. I have gone out of my way to make sure that there is no stone left unturned – you will learn WordPress in a week or less! By the time you go through this book you will have created a fully functional website without writing single line of code. This was unimaginable just a few years ago, but the power of WordPress has made this possible, and it is why it powers more than 60 Million websites on the web. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
This book will help you to add your website to this ever growing list, and you will learn: How to install WordPress How to master the WordPress admin area How to create killer posts and pages How to customize themes How to turbo charge your website by installing and managing plugins How to bring your content to life using the WordPress Media Library How to add users to your site How to secure your website and always keep things running How to attract search engine traffic …and much much more! I have included an entire chapter that will show you how you can create a successful website or a blog by following proven success methods. Updated to the latest version of WordPress version 3.9–this means that all of the screenshots will match exactly what you see on your screen and you can easily follow along step-by-step to create a website that you can be proud of.
Drawing Product Ideas: Fast and Easy UX Drawing for Anyone by Kent E. Eisenhuth Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF reader, 21 MB Overview: Explore straightforward drawing skills to help you communicate product ideas exponentially faster than you could with text
In Drawing Product Ideas: Fast and Easy UX Drawing for Anyone, RSA Fellow and Google Data Visualization Lead , Kent Eisenhuth delivers a new and exciting guide to effectively communicating product ideas by drawing just two simple things: boxes and lines! In the book, you’ll learn why drawing is important and how it supports the design thinking process. You’ll also discover how to build your drawing toolkit by exploring your own personal drawing style. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Mathematical Logic through Python by Yannai A. Gonczarowski, Noam Nisan Requirements: .PDF reader, 4.8mb Overview: Using a unique pedagogical approach, this text introduces mathematical logic by guiding students in implementing the underlying logical concepts and mathematical proofs via Python programming. This approach, tailored to the unique intuitions and strengths of the ever-growing population of programming-savvy students, brings mathematical logic into the comfort zone of these students and provides clarity that can only be achieved by a deep hands-on understanding and the satisfaction of having created working code. While the approach is unique, the text follows the same set of topics typically covered in a one-semester undergraduate course, including propositional logic and first-order predicate logic, culminating in a proof of Gödel’s completeness theorem. A sneak peek to Gödel’s incompleteness theorem is also provided. The textbook is accompanied by an extensive collection of programming tasks, code skeletons, and unit tests. Familiarity with proofs and basic proficiency in Python is assumed. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices
Data Storytelling and Visualization with Tableau: A Hands-on Approach by Prachi Manoj Joshi, Parikshit Narendra Mahalle Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.3 MB Overview: With the tremendous growth and availability of the data, this book covers understanding the data, while telling a story with visualization including basic concepts about the data, the relationship and the visualizations. All the technical details that include installation and building the different visualizations are explained in a clear and systematic way. Various aspects pertaining to storytelling and visualization are explained in the book through Tableau. Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices