Posts Tagged ‘monitoring’

Background A friend sent me a link to an ‘AI Ops’ company over the weekend asking me if I’d come across them. The product claims to do ‘continuous optimisation’, and it got me wondering why somebody would want such a thing? Let’s explore the Rumsfeld Matrix Known knowns This is where we should be with […]


After just 2.5 days of my 90 day trial my Azure account has been disabled: I *think* this has happened because I’ve exhausted the (paltry[1]) 20GB bandwidth allocation that comes with the trial, and that this happened because people were downloading OpenELEC builds/images from the web server I stood up in part 2 of my […]


A few weeks ago I attended a summit on advanced persistent threats (APTs)[1] run by on of the major security vendors. So that people could speak freely there it used Chatham House Rules, so sadly I can’t attribute the piece of insight that I’m going to share here. About five or six years ago I wrote a security monitoring […]