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Perspectives on cloud networking and SMB IT

Posted September 28, 2014
Categories Notifications
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Update on Shellshock Vulnerability

Many of you are aware of the recently discovered UNIX Bash exploit commonly known as Shellshock. Here is the latest update on our remediation activities.

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Posted September 04, 2014
Categories Inside Pertino
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Pertino Update - New Features and Enhancements Bring New Packages and Pricing

It’s hard to believe that a year and a half has gone by since we first fired up our Cloud Network Engine and launched the Pertino cloud networking service into public beta. That was February 13, 2013, and our product has grown by leaps and bounds since then. To match all of these expanded features and capabilities, we are announcing updates to our pricing plans.

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Posted August 14, 2014
Categories Best Practices
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Secure Cloud Bursting (Part 3): How to Deploy a Jenkins Slave to a Secure Cloud

As a big proponent of agile development and efficiency, our Networking Team Lead knew there was a way to eliminate cost inefficiencies in our infrastructure build. He engineered a secure cloud bursting process, using Pertino, Jenkins and Docker, to maximize these cost efficiencies while minimizing infrastructure complexity. Part three of a four part blog series explains the third step in this process—how to deploy a Jenkins Slave to a secure cloud.

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Posted July 31, 2014
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Pertino Cloud Release - Summer Edition: Put on Your Shades, The Future of Cloud Networking is Bright

We’re excited to announce Pertino Cloud Release - Summer Edition. This release includes several new features and enhancements to our Cloud Network Engine platform, including Usage Monitor, List View and GeoView Pro.

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Posted July 29, 2014
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Secure Cloud Bursting (Part 2): How to Build a Jenkins Slave and Attach it to the Master

When our Networking Team Lead found out we were paying for unused build capacity every month, he couldn't rest until he figured out a way to eliminate the cost inefficiencies. In the process, he discovered a way to securely cloud burst using Pertino along with Jenkins and Docker, reducing our infrastructure complexity and spend. Part two of this four part series on secure cloud bursting explains how to build a Jenkins Slave and attach it to the Master.

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