Follow the clues, track down the bad actors trying to access your systems, and uncover the chain of evidence left by even the most careful adversary. This practical guide to cyber threat hunting gives a reliable and repeatable framework to see and stop attacks.
Podman in Action shows you how to deploy containerized applications on Linux, Windows, and MacOS systems using Podman. Written by Daniel Walsh, who leads the Red Hat Podman team, this book teaches you how to securely manage the entire application lifecycle without human intervention.
Kotlin in Action, Second Edition is a complete guide to the Kotlin language written especially for readers familiar with Java or another OO language. In it, core Kotlin language developers share their unique insights, along with practical techniques and hands-on examples.
Genomics in Azure introduces an amazing collection of cloud-based tools and services that will accelerate and simplify the collection, storage, and analysis of genomics projects. Clear, hands-on guidance shows you how to work with everything from initial setup to designing a complete genomics data platform.
AI doesn’t have to be a black box. These practical techniques help shine a light on your model’s mysterious inner workings. Make your AI more transparent, and you’ll improve trust in your results, combat data leakage and bias, and ensure compliance with legal requirements.
Working in IntelliJ IDEA and the Spring framework, you’ll build an integration test that replicates an otherwise unreproducible problem. You’ll also mock an external service to address and prevent problems related to external dependencies. Finally, you’ll use integration testing to connect and run two services together to address problems that only occur when they’re combined.
In this series, you’ll wear six different hats in six diverse projects that spotlight algorithms in a wide range of applications. You’ll build task-scheduling tools, draw organizational charts, and dive into fractals.
In this series of liveProjects, you’ll review the microservice architecture, create an architecture test using ArchUnit, simulate random problems using Spring Boot’s Chaos Monkey library, use Dependency-Check and Dependency-Track to analyze dependencies, and create API and performance testing using Karate and Gatling.
In this series of liveProjects, you’ll set up the environment for the proof-of-concept, establish multi-factor authentication (MFA), establish single sign-on to reduce the number of required passwords, and implement secure, passwordless authentication.
Welcome to the exciting world of robotics! As a programmer for the RoboPrototypes company, you’ll simulate a mobile robot, implementing basic functionality and progressively improving control with a camera, LiDAR (light detection and ranging) and IMU (Inertial Measurement Units) sensors, an EKF (Extended Kalman Filter), and SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping).