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More articles by Alexander Prohorenko

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Alexander Prohorenko is a UNIX systems administrator and network security administrator who designs, installs, and manages enterprise networks and their requisite security infrastructures.
For Security Zone | November 15, 2004
Part 1 gave you a rundown of the most popular open source IDS solutions. Now learn how to protect your servers by employing common, practical uses for these solutions.
For Security Zone | November 9, 2004
Have you found commercial intrusion detection systems (IDS) to be overkill or just too expensive? Open source IDS projects offer a use-only-what-you-need alternative—and of course, they're free. Get a rundown of the most popular non-commercial IDS solutions.
For Java Zone | April 29, 2004
To the extent that servlets enable you to store information between user requests, connection pools and JDBC can help generate Web content dynamically, quickly loading data from your database to your Web site without exhausting system resources.
For Java Zone | April 21, 2004
Since both RMI and EJB offer technology for the development, installation, and management of distributed Java applications in the enterprise, Java developers frequently ask whether one is a better option than the other for their given architectures. This article provides practical demonstrations for using RMI and EJB technologies, both individually and in tandem.
For Java Zone | December 30, 2003
AspectJ, a general-purpose, aspect-oriented extension to the Java language, contains expansions and tools that enable Java developers to better manage the problems in large program systems and to reap the benefits of modularity. Get a crash course in this valuable new technology.
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