Secure Shell, or SSH, is an encrypted network protocol (default port: 22) that provides a secure channel over a potentially insecure network in a client-server architecture. Common uses include remote command-line login and remote command execution, but any network service can be tunneled with SSH.

John Borhek

About: John Borhek

John Borhek is the CEO and Lead Solutions Architect at VMsources Group Inc. John has soup-to-nuts experience in Mission Critical Infrastructure, specializing in hyper-convergence and Cloud Computing, engaging with organizations all over the United States and throughout the Americas.

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