Like walking into The Matrix, that’s how I felt when I first stepped foot in the data center that houses our main CloudGate servers. It’s a strangely eerie place, requiring visitors to make a lengthy walk through the forbidding hallway pictured above, all the way up to the reception desk
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Over the last decade, enterprise users have increasingly come to rely on a growing number of cloud services to perform their daily tasks.The strategic use of cloud services offers a number of immediate benefits to the enterprise, both in terms of required infrastructure, and in providing the necessary tools to
By Robby Cornelissen With more organizations moving their servers to the cloud, managing SSH keys that are used to access these servers is fast becoming a critical identity and access management issue. Continue reading to gain a better understanding of the risks underlying poor SSH key management, and what to
By Robby Robbins A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas as a representative of ISR, along with several of my colleagues. It was the first event of its kind for some of us, so the excitement was palpable–heading to a prestigious
By Ellie Hsieh Marketing Associate As AWS re:Invent came to a close and I packed the last promotional item into the box, I looked around the empty booth and thought, “We’ve made it”. We had come a long way to get to AWS re:Invent. I started this project six months
By Robby Robbins Software Engineer As we make the long trek from our office in Tokyo to Google’s new campus in Sunnyvale, California, there is a familiarity to the experience that is simultaneously exciting and humbling. Nearly ten years ago, in 2008, ISR became the first company in Japan
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