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Getting started with Teams

Josh Simon December 3, 2021 by under Tutorials 0 Comments

Introduction

Atlantic.Net Teams (also known as Teams and the abbreviation ANT) allows users to collaborate and manage shared resources like Cloud Servers, IP Addresses, DNS, Block Storage, and more without having to share sensitive information like login credentials or billing information. Customers can control what resources users have access to create, view, and manage along with granting permission for users to contact support/billing for assistance. Teams is a feature included with an Atlantic.Net Cloud account at no additional charge.

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What Digital Transformations Are Coming to Healthcare?

It’s no surprise that 2020 was a year of rapid digital transformation in healthcare. Faced with a worldwide pandemic, many healthcare organizations were forced to rethink their digitization strategies and priorities.

In 2021, organizations were able to shift from survival mode into more proactive planning. This year set the stage for reimagining how processes, systems, and technology work, from creating better patient experiences to improving data practices.

So what digital transformations are coming to healthcare in 2022? Below we dig into three ways healthcare will continue to evolve through digital transformation.

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Rocky Linux Cloud VPS Hosting Is Now Available at All Seven Data Center Locations!

Editorial Team November 10, 2021 by under Announcements 0 Comments

The Rocky Linux operating system, seen by the developer community as the successor to CentOS, is now available for use in the Atlantic.Net Cloud.  Rocky Linux is an important release for many of our customers as CentOS has announced they will be cutting support for CentOS 8 much earlier than the original date of December 31, 2029, instead of planning end-of-life for a new date of December 31, 2021. CentOS will also be discontinuing future development of new CentOS versions that track RedHat upstream releases.

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Top 10 Database Offerings

Are you in the market for a top database offering to safely and securely store your data, either on-premise or in the cloud? No matter the size of your business or organization, today’s digital culture leaves us with vast amounts of data to store, such as customer contact details, inventory tracking, or account information. A top database solution will enable you to efficiently organize your data and ensure that it remains secure while enhancing accessibility to the information.

Database offerings are part of a highly competitive market, making it difficult to find the right solution to leverage for your business. While all databases accomplish the same key task, they each offer distinct benefits and advantages. When choosing a suitable database software, you should consider how it will integrate with your existing infrastructure, whether it is user-friendly and scalable, the level of support offered, and the overall cost of the software.

We have compiled a list of the leading database solutions on the market, including both free and paid offerings.

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Post-Pandemic: Top Cybersecurity Threats to Healthcare Security

How have cybersecurity threats changed during the pandemic? Last year started slowly in terms of cyberattacks, with fewer incidents reported in January than in previous years. Then, that all changed suddenly in February and March 2020 at the height of pandemic lockdowns. There was an unprecedented rise in hacking and malicious activity online during this time. Reports from businesses and cybersecurity experts continued to climb, reaching a three-fold spike in April compared to previous years.

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Should You Choose Cloud or Dedicated Hosting for HIPAA Compliance?

Businesses and organizations in the healthcare industry need to comply with HIPAA data security and privacy regulations regarding the handling of patient data. This article will look at achieving and maintaining HIPAA compliance using two different cloud computing models. We will compare the traditional cloud model and a dedicated hosting solution. Based on a company’s resources and requirements, it may be difficult to decide which solution is the best fit.

We hope to clarify that issue and help you make this important decision. The right choice needs to consider multiple factors related to the capabilities of the organization and its cloud provider.

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How to Set Linux Process Priority Using nice and renice Commands

Hitesh Jethva October 29, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Nice is a command-line utility in Linux that allows you to set the “niceness” value of processes. It is used to start a process with a defined priority. When you start any program or process without any defined priority, nice sets a default priority of 10. A niceness of 19 is the lowest priority while -20 is the highest priority. The nice command is very useful when several processes are demanding more resources than the CPU can provide.

Renice is very similar to nice and is used to change the priority of an already running process. If your system is running very slow due to a lengthy process, you can reduce or increase the priority of that process with the help of renice command.

Priority is a value that you can assign to each process, and the kernel uses this value to schedule the execution of the process.

  • 0-99 is the priority value used for real-time priority assignments.
  • 100-139 is the priority value that the users assign.

In this post, we will show you how to set Linux Process Priority with Nice and renice command.

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How to Check Linux CPU Usage or Utilization

Hitesh Jethva October 28, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Monitoring the performance of the CPU is an essential task of any system administrator who needs to measure the performance of a system. This will help you to debug system processes, manage system resources, and make system decisions. There are several tools available for checking CPU usage in Linux.

In this post, we will demonstrate a few methods to check and monitor CPU usage in Linux.

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