The DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs in 2013

On this last day of 2013, I invite you to look back at 2013 with me on the wonderful things the team behind the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs have achieved.

Calendar year 2013 wasn’t just another year in our history. It was a pivotal year. A year in which we laid the foundation for you, as our respected readers, to feel invited to check back often and enjoy the central role Active Directory plays in today’s networking infrastructures.

On this last day of 2013, I invite you to look back at 2013 with me on the wonderful things the team behind the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs have achieved.

Calendar year 2013 wasn’t just another year in our history. It was a pivotal year. A year in which we laid the foundation for you, as our respected readers, to feel invited to check back often and enjoy the central role Active Directory plays in today’s networking infrastructures.

The DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs now offer DNSSEC

As the team behind the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs, these days, we aim to give you, the people visiting our website, the most secure and compliant experience available. To this purpose, we’ve already implemented IPv6. We’ve decided to introduce AAAA records in our DNS zones and configure our servers with IPv6 addresses.

The DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs no longer offer SSL v2.0

As you might be aware, the DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs offers the ability to encrypt all http traffic to and from the website using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) since December 2010. To enable this, you only need to direct your traffic to https://blogs.dirteam.com instead of https://dirteam.com. The functionality also includes feeds and (when you’re a blogger with … Continue reading "The DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs no longer offer SSL v2.0"

Some content is being removed by a former blogger

As you might be aware, Jorge left the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs as an active blogger almost a year ago. He decided to migrate his blog to a new WordPress blog and continue sharing his insightful knowledge there. Starting today, he will start deleting his blogposts and comments on this server.

World IPv6 Launch Day

Today, major Internet service providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and web companies around the world are uniting to redefine the global Internet and permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services. We, at the Dirteam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs took notice of this launch event. As you might recall, we enabled IPv6 and configured the … Continue reading "World IPv6 Launch Day"

Top 5 blogposts on the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs in 2011

Calendar Year 2011 is coming to an end. Some people might want to forget about the past year as soon as possible, but here at the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs we’re pretty proud of the last year. Continuing our double digit growth rate in pageviews and visits, we’re now close to a million pageviews per … Continue reading "Top 5 blogposts on the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs in 2011"

A round of improvements for everyone. Cheers!

When you see a server that is in pain, struggles to keep moving on and has little hope of ever being up to date, as a responsible admin, you need to step in. Three weeks ago, I stepped in. We set out to boost up the morale of these boxes and end up with at least … Continue reading "A round of improvements for everyone. Cheers!"

The DirTeam Policy

Regularly, new bloggers join our team. In this blogpost I explain what we expect from them and what they might expect from us. At blogs.dirteam.com we strive as a team to provide accurate and actionable information to our readers.   Membership will remain free.  Active team members can at all times request the assistance of the … Continue reading "The DirTeam Policy"