Expanded High Availability Offerings

Monday, March 2, 2015

In an effort to expand the reach of our core high-availability stack, A-Team Systems formally announces three additional layout options for clients to choose from when picking which architecture is right for their sites and applications. This complete layout offering delivers a great range of balanced options for entry-level systems, while improving high-end clustering capabilities… Read more »

FreeBSD 10.1 Released!

Friday, November 14, 2014

The much-anticipated FreeBSD 10.1 has been released into the wild. FreeBSD 10.1 brings a host of new features and improvements, especially over our previous standard 9.1. These include: Improved BHyve: BHyve is FreeBSD’s type-2 native hypervisor which boots almost all FreeBSD and Linux versions (10.1). UEFI boot: Initial support for x64 architecture has been added… Read more »

POODLE Takes the Last Bite Out of SSL and IE 6

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

SSL is dead, long live TLS! With today’s widespread announcement of the POODLE attack (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption), it is apparent that SSL 3.0 is dead. The POODLE attack allows a slow but significant leaking of sensitive data which effectively makes the last remaining safe ciphers for SSL insecure. For reference, there is… Read more »

A-Team Secure Off-Site Backup Storage

Monday, September 8, 2014

Secure, smart and easy: How off-site backups should be! Off-site backups are a critical part of properly managing colocated or locally hosted servers. Any kind of backup makes good business sense for many reasons — for example, they keep you running after accidentally deleting a file or a server compromise. However, off-site backups are key… Read more »

The A-Team FreeBSD pkgng Repository Is Here!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

The FreeBSD team has been hard at work for some time on pkgng, the successor to the soon-to-be deprecated pkg_* tools, and after extensive testing and internal use we can say it was definitely worth the wait. The pkgng system brings together the best of both worlds: binary distribution while retaining the ability to custom… Read more »

A-Team FreeBSD Cluster Release 3

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

A-Team Systems is proud to announce the availability of Release 3 of it’s FreeBSD Cluster system which is now ready on our imaging servers for client deployment. We have also upgraded all client Release 2 clusters to take advantage of the new features which include: ATPC / A-Team Physical Console After much testing we’ve deployed… Read more »

Web Malware, Black List and WordPress Monitoring

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

A-Team Systems announces the inclusion of three excellent new features to all Maintenance and Monitoring plans: Continuous web malware scanning which ensures sites aren’t compromised from a variety of threats including: Obfuscated JavaScript injections Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Website Defacements Hidden & Malicious iFrames PHP Mailers Phishing Attempts Malicious Redirects Backdoors (e.g., C99, R57, Webshells)… Read more »

New Monitoring & Maintenance Pricing

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

More affordable than ever with more features, services and peace of mind! A-Team Systems proudly announces it’s updated monitoring and maintenance plan pricing.  Among the improvements all plans now include best effort monitoring at a minimum, gain peace of mind while managing costs! We’ve also increased the services we include as part of the ServerCare… Read more »

FreeBSD Exceeds 2013 Fundraising Goal

Monday, January 14, 2013

A-Team Systems is proud to help the FreeBSD Foundation in once again exceeding it’s fundraising goal for 2012! As long time supporters of FreeBSD it’s great to see FreeBSD gaining traction with large companies using FreeBSD both internally and as the basis of their high performance products. Chances are you have or are using FreeBSD… Read more »

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