Blog Tag: IT Infrastructure

OPSWAT Update – October 2020

October 30, 2020 by Laura Arciniegas
October was an exciting month at OPSWAT with the introduction of several new case studies and product updates. A few highlights are summarized below: OPSWAT News Highlights Best Practices Against Ransomware Universal Health Services...

How to Integrate Multiple Antivirus APIs

December 20, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
Protecting files, systems, and data against malware attacks requires ever more sophisticated anti-malware solutions as attacks increase in volume and complexity. Especially for enterprises, the financial incentive for attackers is not...

Talk to Us About AWS API Integrations at AWS re:Invent 2017

November 08, 2017
The OPSWAT team will attend AWS re:Invent 2017 to present MetaDefender APIs (which are AWS-compatible and will soon be available in the AWS marketplace) and interact with the developers, engineers, and system administrators who will...

How to Integrate the Metadefender Cloud API with Serverless Architecture

September 11, 2017 by Vlad Oros
Managed file transfer solutions are one of the basic services every modern application needs to offer. Whether it's provided via integrations with other services or simple personal file uploads, threat detection can help protect user and...

Three Tips for Efficient REST API Usage

September 12, 2015 by George Prichici
What is a REST API? REST is a stateless, cacheable client-server communication protocol and stands for Representational State Transfer (ReST). It is an architecture style for designing networked applications that uses simple HTTP requests...

What's the Best Amazon Web Services Region for Serving China?

February 21, 2015 by Yiyi Miao
If you pay attention to Amazon Web Services (AWS), you may have seen an announcement about a year ago that hosting would soon be available in China (Beijing). And if you've looked into it, you no doubt noticed that it's not truly part of...

Installing the Lib::XML Perl Module on Microsoft Windows

February 17, 2015 by Yiyi Miao
Perl is one of my favorite scripting languages for quickly automating small tasks. For better or for worse, it's still my go to language when I need to do something quick and dirty like parsing XML and sending an email based on the results...

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