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Set up a secure private Docker registry in minutes to manage all your Docker images while exercising fine-grained access control. Artifactory places no limitations and lets you set up any number of Docker registries, through the use of local, remote and virtual Docker repositories, and works transparently with the Docker client to manage all your Docker images, whether created internally or downloaded from remote Docker resources such as Docker Hub.
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This allows you to access images that are hosted locally on local Docker repositories, as well as remote images that are proxied by remote Docker repositories, and access all of them from a single URL defined for the virtual repository. Using virtual repositories can be very useful since users will continue to work with the virtual repository while the admin can manage the included repositories, replace the default deployment target and those changes will be transparent to the users.
Alternatively, you can use a single URL for schema.registry.url and still use the entire clusterof Schema Registry instances. However, this configuration does not support failover to different Schema Registry instancesin a dynamic DNS or virtual IP setup because only one schema.registry.url is surfaced to schema registry clients.
Unlike traditional IaaS, BMaaS does not provide end users with already virtualized compute, network, and storage; instead, it gives direct access to the underlying hardware. This level of access offers end users almost total control of their hardware specs. Given the hardware is neither virtualized nor supporting multiple virtual machines, it also offers end users the greatest amount of potential performance, something of significant value for use cases like HPC and GPU computing, high-performance databases, analytics workloads, and more.
For many end users, particularly companies with sensitive data or strict compliance requirements, additional security and privacy within a public cloud is a desirable. A virtual private cloud (VPC) can be a way of creating additional isolation of cloud infrastructure resources without sacrificing speed, scale, or functionality.
VPCs enable end users to create a private network for a single tenant in a public cloud. They give users control of subnet creation, IP address range selection, virtual firewalls, security groups, network ACLs, site-to-site virtual private networks (VPNs), and load balancing.
IaaS does offer end users much more granularity to pay for what they use, but they rarely pay only for what they use. Even virtual servers often involve long-running processes and less than perfect capacity utilization.
IBM offers a full-stack cloud platform that includes a full IaaS layer of virtualized compute, network, and storage. Additionally, and unique within the industry, IBM Cloud also offers BMaaS for users that want additional control over the underlying hardware.
Universal Print Server printers selected on the virtual desktop do not appear in the Devices and Printers window in the control panel. However, when users are working in applications, they can use those printers. This issue occurs only on Windows Server 2012, Windows 10, and Windows 8. For more information, see CTX213540. [HDX-5043, 335153]
In the simplest terms, the Windows registry is a database of settings and selections. It is a huge configuration file that Windows uses to detail interactions with hardware, software and users. For example, if a user selects an application as the default program for a specific file type, such as selecting Microsoft Word to open .docx files, Windows would detail that selection in the registry so that it "remembers" the default application. The registry can hold hundreds of thousands of entries.
You can access the registry database with the native Windows Registry Editor tool. Type "regedit" into the search dialog in the Windows 10 taskbar, and then click the Registry Editor app that appears in the search results. The Windows Registry Editor will then open, allowing you to review, change or delete registry entries (Figure 1).
In order to clean a registry successfully, you must understand exactly which key and value pair entries are unneeded. This information is rarely available or ever defined precisely by Windows, leaving users and IT administrators alike to delete registry entries based on guesswork and supposition. If you remove an entry improperly, you could corrupt the registry. This would result in performance and stability problems, or even prevent Windows from starting at all.
Similarly, you can save a registry and restore the backup manually through the regedit tool by clicking File, and then selecting Export to save a copy of the registry, or Import to restore a copy of the registry.
You can edit the Windows 10 Registry through the native Windows 10 regedit tool. However, IT shops and power users can also select from a variety of automated Windows registry cleaning tools to assist with the process. Such tools include Wise Registry Cleaner and CCleaner. These Windows registry cleanup tools typically function by looking for content such as applications, files and folders that correspond to registry entries. If content doesn't exist to match the registry entries, the entries are deemed residual and the tool deletes them.
The primary benefits of a registry cleaning tool are speed and convenience. A tool can scan an entire system quickly and identify an array of residual registry entries that may have accumulated over time and do it far faster than a human could search. The tools typically present the results as a list, and you can select specific entries for cleaning.
But just as manual registry edits can introduce risks and problems, tools are hardly perfect. Windows registry cleanup tools have no more insight into the registry than any modest IT admin or power user, and tools also have the potential to delete entries improperly, resulting in registry damage. Registry backups are critical before attempting to use any cleaning tool as well.
Microsoft does not endorse or support the use of registry editing and cleaning tools or assume any responsibility for system problems or registry damage resulting from the use of tools. Working with a Windows registry is strictly at your own risk.
When you create a new pod security policy, the control panel also creates acluster role named psp:. This role enablesusers or service accounts to use the pod security policy, but an administratormust separately create a role binding or cluster role binding to bindspecific users to the psp: role.
C&C systems are useful collaboration tools for penetration testers and red teamers. They provide a common place for all victim machines to reach out to, be controlled from, and allow multiple users to interact with the same victims. When performing authorized testing, this is very important as logs are kept in a single place to aid reporting. However, more and more of these tools are being utilized by criminals, including open-source and commercial tools. Their ease of use and stability allows them to run for long periods without issues, which is one of the reasons that even criminals are moving to these C&C platforms instead of building their own.
While DeimosC2 is not the most popular choice for attackers currently looking for other C&C platforms to use, this is also exactly one of the reasons that it is important to study it in advance. Attackers will continue to evaluate tools that are lower in popularity, hoping that these systems go undetected for longer. Because of this, we have decided to look at DeimosC2 to get a better idea of what might make a criminal want to use this platform as their C&C framework of choice.
IBM's intention in offering a managed Kubernetes container service and image registry is to provide a fully secure end-to-end platform for its enterprise customers. "Image signing is one key part of that offering, and our container registry team saw Notary as the de facto way to implement that capability in the current Docker and container ecosystem," Hough says. The company had not been offering image signing before, and Notary is the tool it used to implement that capability. "We had a multi-tenant Docker Registry with private image hosting," Hough says. "The Docker Registry uses hashes to ensure that image content is correct, and data is encrypted both in flight and at rest. But it does not provide any guarantees of who pushed an image. We used Notary to enable users to sign images in their private registry namespaces if they so choose."
Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage is the dynamic persistent storage solution for many services on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, such as metrics, logging, and registry. With the recent release of Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization, customers can now host virtual machines and containers on a single, integrated platform which includes Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage. Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4.5 provides the added benefits of highly available persistent storage, including shared read-write-many (RWX) block access for enhanced performance and a single, integrated, storage solution for both containers and virtual machines.
By providing expression data to KEGGViewer, the tool is able to (i) highlight genes according to their expression values in each experimental condition, (ii) allow users to change the threshold parameters for up- and down-regulation, and (iii) visualize expression changes under different experimental conditions as a slideshow.
Currently, the description of parameters and options allows only basic usage. To make the component usable for a wider range of users and to display it's full power, the authors will have to considerably update the component description with additional details and 3-4 use cases.