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With any technology, there will be doomsday sayers and there will be the normal evolution of growth and decline. Knowing the power of Drupal and the character of the Drupal community, I’m optimistic that Drupal will be a viable CMS for years to come. But, where does that leave Drupal 7? Let's take a look at a brief history of Drupal 7 and beyond, and what D7 end-of-life (EOL) options are available.
A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a cyberattack aimed to disrupt traffic on a network, service or server by overwhelming it with malicious traffic. Let's understand the types of DDoS attacks and how you can protect your websites and services against these common cyberthreats.
Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication process that allows people to access multiple systems with one log-in for a better user experience and enhanced security.
A Distributed Denial of Service or DDoS attack is a malicious cyberattack where a website or online service is intentionally flooded with so much traffic that it becomes overwhelmed and unavailable to legitimate users.
We recently added an important update to the Quant Web Application Firewall (WAF) to support hit rate limiting. Let’s take a quick look at this new feature in the dashboard.
We are excited to be speaking next week at DrupalCon Pittsburgh 2023 about decoupled and static website solutions, Drupal community events, and how to make big things happen in Drupal.
Stanford WebCamp 2023 session recordings are up! Let's dive in and survey what developers are using in 2023 for decoupled and static website solutions.