OS installation. The example of Windows Server 2016

1) To connect the installation disk (ISO file) select the required VM in the section Virtual Machine. Click Actions and select Insert Media.

2) In the window that appears, select the OS image from the available catalogs. Click Insertto connect the image to the VM.

3) Click Actions and select Power Onto turn on the VM.

4) Proceed with the OS installation. Click ActionsFrom the list that appears, select Launch VM Remote Console or Launch Web Consoleto connect to the VM in a browser.

Note that the mouse may not work on a Windows virtual machine prior to installing VMware Tools. For initial configuration, use the keyboard. Tab - to switch between items, Space or Enter - to select or continue.

If Remote Console is not installed on your computer, select Download VMRC and install the console from the official VMware website.

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OS installation. The example of Windows Server 2016

BEST, money transfer and payments operator

business challenge

The customer faced a technical issue with a persistent BGP session flag with Linxdatacenter hardware. We examined the problem and found out that one of customer’s hosts was under a DDoS attack.

Because of the distributed nature of the attack, traffic couldn’t be filtered effectively, and disconnecting the host from the external network wasn’t an option. The attack stopped after changes in the server configuration, but resumed the day after. A 5.5 Gbps attack overloaded the junctions with internet providers, affecting other Linx Cloud users. To mitigate the effects of the attack, we employed a dedicated DDoS protection service.

Solution

To ensure the continuous availability of resources hosted in Linx Cloud, we rerouted all the customer’s traffic through StormWall Anti-DDoS system. The attack was stopped within half an hour. To prevent future cyberattacks, we organized all connections to the customer’s resources through the StormWall network.

client:

BEST, money transfer and payments operator

business challenge

The customer faced a technical issue with a persistent BGP session flag with Linxdatacenter hardware. We examined the problem and found out that one of customer’s hosts was under a DDoS attack.

Because of the distributed nature of the attack, traffic couldn’t be filtered effectively, and disconnecting the host from the external network wasn’t an option. The attack stopped after changes in the server configuration, but resumed the day after. A 5.5 Gbps attack overloaded the junctions with internet providers, affecting other Linx Cloud users. To mitigate the effects of the attack, we employed a dedicated DDoS protection service.

Solution

To ensure the continuous availability of resources hosted in Linx Cloud, we rerouted all the customer’s traffic through StormWall Anti-DDoS system. The attack was stopped within half an hour. To prevent future cyberattacks, we organized all connections to the customer’s resources through the StormWall network.

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