February 10, 2023
By Tom Snyder
Editor’s Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 5 of Extract, Transform, and Load with SQL Server Integration Services--with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2, by Thomas Snyder and Vedish Shah.
As our final step, we will prepare our package for reuse by copying the package to a location external to our SSIS solution.
For readers who may not be familiar with Visual Studio, I would like to do a quick review of the structure of the source code in a solution that will help you understand how we will prepare our package for reuse.
A popular topic these days is “Zero Trust”. How IBM i Pen Testing intersects with zero trust is at the point of proof.
By DXR Security, LLC.
When you consider zero trust in the realm of IBM i, the first thing you think of is to implement a “deny by default” approach. Meaning that objects – especially database files – are created with *PUBLIC authority set to *EXCLUDE and only those users requiring access to the information are granted access. In addition, user profiles are configured with only the authority – especially special authorities – that are required to perform their job functions. So the question is this: How can you know this configuration is working? That’s where IBM i Pen Testing and Zero Trust meet. With IBM i Pen Testing, you get proof to know whether the security configuration you’ve implemented is working as you intend – or whether this configuration needs improvement.
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New IBM Foundation Model Technology Leverages NASA Earth Science Data for Geospatial Intelligence
By IBM Corporation
IBM and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center today announce a collaboration to use IBM's artificial intelligence (AI) technology to discover new insights in NASA's massive trove of Earth and geospatial science data. The joint work will apply AI foundation model technology to NASA's Earth-observing satellite data for the first time.