Complimentary StarQuery Webinar: Affordable End-User Friendly Business Intelligence
Join us on Tuesday, November 16th at 4:00 pm EST for a 30 minute webinar on StarQuery Suite, a solution focused on empowering users with the ability to build their own reports, as needed, directly with Excel. Give your users the power to export and analyze data in real-time, enabling better decision making and increased productivity.
StarQuery Suite is an Ad Hoc Querying Tool that Simplifies Database interaction enabling End-Users to create Queries Directly with Excel
Searching through IT logs can be boring and tedious. With the swatch (Simple WATCHer) Linux utility, automate actions based on matching logging conditions.
Written by Max Hetrick
Awhile back, I showed you how to take advantage of setting up a centralized remote logging facility for Linux. Centralized logging gives you one location to head for when trouble arises. Using the Linux tool swatch, let's take logging one step further by automating alerts or actions based on conditions matching regular expressions.
The prevalent use of standard FTP has become a huge security risk. It is critical to protect data transfers using secure FTP and other encryption standards. Attend this webinar and learn:
- The advantages and differences between FTPS and SFTP secure protocols - Authenticating servers using passwords, keys and certificates - Using OpenPGP and ZIP to encrypt files at rest and on the move - Generating audit trails…and more!
Written by Chris Smith
For those of us fortunate enough to have had television in the early 1950s, we might remember The Bob Cummings Show, in which dashing young Hollywood photographer "Bob Collins" attempts to romance every attractive starlet in town. Bob's magnetic sign in his photo darkroom, in which he is depicted smiling with open arms as his current bevy of sweethearts is displayed racing toward him on different tracks along the board, reminds me of today's software vendors working hard to earn an embrace by programmers.
Who hasn't had a "file full" message in QSYSOPR? It's about as common as a cold. But what do you do with the message? Always the same reaction? What about the QSYSOPR job end abnormally and normally messages, CPF1240 and CPF1241? They're nice to know for certain jobs, but for most jobs, you don't care. When a certain job ends, do you want to execute a command, restart the job, notify someone, or do something else?
The session descriptions are now posted for iSeries DevCon2010, the event that offers proven techniques on applications development, accessing and working with System i data, modernizing your legacy applications, and running your systems at peak efficiency.
Register by November 13 to save $100 – iSeries DevCon2010 provides the perfect forum for education, peer networking, and collaborative problem solving. Please join us this fall!