Ansible is IT automation software that makes it simpler to deploy IT applications and environments and automate routine activities such as network configuration, cloud deployments, and creation of development environments.
Wi-Fi Protected Access, or WPA, is a security standard for Wi-Fi wireless internet connections that gave way to WPA2 in 2004. WPA2 uses the Counter Mode Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol and is based on the Advanced Encryption Standard algorithm.
Leaf-spine is a two-layer network topology composed of leaf switches (to which servers and storage connect) and spine switches (to which leaf switches connect). Leaf switches mesh into the spine, forming the access layer that delivers network connection points for servers.
Business continuance (sometimes referred to as business continuity) describes the processes and procedures an organization puts in place to ensure that essential functions can continue during and after a disaster.
AutoRun is a feature of the Windows operating system that causes predetermined actions when certain media is inserted. Common media types that trigger AutoRun actions include CDs, DVDs and USB storage devices.
Microsoft Windows Subsystem for Linux is a series of Microsoft components that allow native Linux 64-bit Executable and Linkable Format (ELF64) binaries to run on the Windows kernel in the Windows 10 operating system.