I don’t usually ask for much. In fact, I don’t recall the last time I actually asked for anything of my readers. But I do have a favor to ask, and it’s one that could really help me out a lot.
As you’re probably aware, I’ve been working on this product called AuditShark for quite some time now. Niggles of terminology aside, I originally built it as more of a platform than an actual product. The public face of what has been called AuditShark was put out there as an initial attempt at a product with far less thought and research than I probably should have done. Currently, development of tools and support code is ongoing, but I really need to develop a solid product direction in the very near future.
With that in mind, I’m exploring a pivot with AuditShark to a new market and I’m hoping you can help me with that.
Do you run your own web server? Are you concerned about the security of the web servers that you do run? If so, I’m asking for people to take a brief survey for me. My hope is that I can validate the market and identify people who are willing to be early adopters for the product.
I really appreciate your help. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes. And before I forget, I’ll be doing a MicroConf 2012 roundup in the next couple of days.