When something goes wrong and there isn’t a clear root cause, it can seem impossible to find, understand, and fix the problem. But now with VGS Observability, you can determine when, why, and how an atypical event happened.
VGS is disrupting the typical linear integration flow that most of us are used to.
What does that mean for you? Let’s take a few minutes to explore how you can now seamlessly integrate VGS without sharing any of your data. In a world where information is worth almost as much as gold, you need to be able to implicitly trust a system that will be responsible for your business-critical data. That’s why we created VGS Satellite.
In a world of increasing data breaches, iOS App security and data protection has become more important than ever. Users are now familiar with how it can be easy to jailbreak iOS device and how some applications grab users’ data. Developers need to be able to easily and efficiently build user data protection into each application to prevent sensitive data leakage upon release and during future updates.
As every engineer knows, software advancements often come with novel risks, regardless of improvements in security. Every new technology that aims to ease the ever-increasing demands of IT operations teams also brings new security challenges along with it.
In a previous article, we discussed how to authorize resource access in a distributed environment and what challenges doing so poses in terms of architecture. In this article, we detail how our engineering team dealt with some of these challenges to build a fine-grained permissions system.
In 2011, Google’s Alberto Savoia proclaimed that “Testing is dead.” Many tech trends have changed since that notable opening keynote at the Google Test Automation Conference 8 years ago, including the adoption of DevOps culture, and there’s one thing we can say for sure: testing is not dead. In many ways, it has actually evolved — the classical tester’s role has just become spread out between engineers while quality assurance has remained an essential part of the software development culture.
When it comes to a robust, open-source, and fairly secure database system, Amazon RDS PostgreSQL monitoring tools is often a top choice for developers. That’s why we wanted to get under the hood to better understand the PostgreSQL monitoring tool and its performance.
If you had one million dollars in cash, how would you keep it safe? Would you leave the pile of money on your kitchen counter? Or, would you put it in a bank? Most people would choose to deposit their money in the bank for safekeeping, or at the very least put it in a safe. We immediately feel the power of its tangible value. But what about data? If the data your organization has accumulated was worth one million dollars, how would you store it? You may think that there’s no way your data could be worth so much, but the reality is that you are probably severely underestimating the value it truly holds - and is still waiting to be unlocked.
At Very Good Security (VGS), our seasoned engineering team works hard to successfully solve complex technical challenges - while keeping security our top priority. One of such security challenges is access control to resources we store in our microservice architectures.