Moving Firepower Management Center: Dealing with Licensing Errors

Today I finally got around to re-configuring our Firepower Management Center (FMC) after we moved it from my companies data center to our head office (we were moving servers from a whole subnet over so we recreated the subnet here at the head office and moved the servers over like for like and without the … Continue reading Moving Firepower Management Center: Dealing with Licensing Errors

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Redundancy in the Cloud: The need for well-designed applications

Both AWS and Azure sell the idea of inherent high-availability and scalability within their cloud services.  Many companies bought into that idea and dove head-first thinking that, once in the cloud, the provider will provide the redundancy natively. With the recent AWS S3 outage many customers learned the hard way that this is not the … Continue reading Redundancy in the Cloud: The need for well-designed applications

Deploying AMP for Endpoints

Recently I deployed Cisco’s AMP for Endpoints for a 50-user organization.  For the uninitiated, AMP for Endpoints is Cisco’s cloud based, enterprise grade, advanced malware protection software that is deployed to each end device in the network.  Each endpoint reports back to the central cloud controller and is managed by the controller.  Cisco integrated AMP … Continue reading Deploying AMP for Endpoints