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That’s a Wrap from AWS re:Invent 2015

I wrap it up from AWS re:Invent 2015 from the Venetian Sands. Thanks to you for watching this week and special thanks to our guests, Damir Vrankic, Thomas Stanley, Robert Haynes, Alex Applebaum and Brian Pickering along with Jeanette Geary fo... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2015 - Value of App Services in the Cloud (feat Vrankic)

Damir Vrankic, Director – Product Management, explains how critical application services such as availability, security and performance play a critical role, especially when delivering applications from the cloud. He discusses the risks, like dat... Read more
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Find F5 at AWS re:Invent 2015

I show you how to find F5 Booth 830 at AWS re:Invent. AWS re:Invent has grown tremendously over the last 4 years and F5 is here to help organizations ensure that their critical app services follow those applications to the cloud. Get a behind th... Read more
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F5 in AWS Part 3 - Advanced Topologies and More on Highly Available Services

Thus far in our article series about running BIG-IP in EC2, we’ve talked about some VPC/EC2 routing and network concepts, and we walked through the basics of running and licensing BIG-IP in this environment.  It’s time now to discuss some... Read more
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F5 in AWS Part 2 - Running BIG-IP in an EC2 Virtual Private Cloud

Hi folks. Previously in this series, we discussed the networking fundamentals of Virtual Private Clouds (VPC) in Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).  Some of the topics we touched... Read more
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F5 in AWS Part 1 - AWS Networking Basics

Learn how F5 leverages AWS networking to provide ADC and Security solutions in the cloud. Read more
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DNS based failover between AWS Availability Zones and Split DNS

Working in the AWS public cloud; one has to adapt to a world of guaranteed failure at unpredictable times. Utilizing a combination of LTM for HA within a single availability zone and GTM across availability zones and regions provides an architecture to survive the chaos monkeys. Read more
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Blog Roll 2014

It’s that time of year when we gift and re-gift, just like this text from last year. And the perfect opportunity to re-post, re-purpose and re-use all my 2014 blog entries. If you missed any of the 96 attempts including 57 videos, here they are... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2014: That’s a Wrap!

I wrap up a great week from AWS re:Invent. We really appreciate you taking the time to view these and hope they are helpful as you journey to the cloud. Plus, we have a lot of fun producing them. Special thanks to Jeff Stathatos, Cyrus Rafii and... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2014: F5 Licensing for the Cloud (feat Rublowsky)

Alex Rublowsky, Dir. Licensing Business Models, gives a full overview of F5’s licensing models for the cloud, particularly AWS Marketplace. He details our new Utility Licensing offering by the hour service (30 Day Free Trial Available), our Bring... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2014: LineRate to the Rescue (feat Rafii)

Cyrus Rafii, F5 Director of Business Development, gives us an update on all the cool, new stuff happening with F5 LineRate. He talks about the new F5 LineRate Amazon EC2 beta and explains some of the differences between BIG-IP and LineRate and in... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2014: BIG-IP Test Drive on AWS (feat Stathatos)

Jeff Stathatos, F5 Solution Architect, shows how easy it is to test drive BIG-IP for SharePoint on AWS. With a few clicks of a mouse, organizations get high availability of the SharePoint Cluster along with SSL offload for top notch performance.... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2014: Find F5

Sporting a cool LineRate t-shirt, I show you how to find F5 booth 303 at AWS re:Invent. AWS re:Invent is a learning conference that offers 3 days of technical content so attendees can dive deeper into the AWS cloud computing platform. F5... Read more
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Hourly Licensing Model – F5 delivers in AWS Marketplace

#cloud #SDAS #AWS And you can try it out for free...  June 30, 2014 (The Internet) Today F5 Networks, which delivers solutions for an application world, announced it had completed jumping through the hoops necessary to offer an hourly... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2013 – That’s a Wrap

Peter, with the help of of the AWS Cloud Ninja, wraps it up from AWS re:Invent. Special thanks to guests Nathan Pearce, Geoff Huang, Nojan Moshiri along with Natasha, Courtney and Jeanette for capturing the content. Reporting from Vegas, that’s a... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2013 – LineRate Systems (feat. Moshiri)

I catch up with Nojan Moshiri, Product Manager for LineRate Systems, to talk about what LineRate offers and how it can help solve many DevOp challenges. ps Related: AWS re:Invent 2013 – Find F5 AWS re:Invent 2013 - Cloud Bursting Reference... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2013 – F5 AWS Solutions (feat. Pearce & Huang)

It’s an all Nathan Pearce Wednesday at F5’s AWS booth. I meet with Sr. Technical Marketing Manager Nathan Pearce – who also pulls in Geoff Huang, Dir, Product Management - to chat about all the F5 solutions for AWS. We talk Bring Your Own License,... Read more
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AWS re:Invent 2013 – Cloud Migration Reference Architecture (feat. Pearce)

I meet with Sr. Technical Marketing Manager Nathan Pearce to whiteboard his Cloud Migration reference architecture. Instead of a temporary, short term cloud burst, now we discuss migrating applications to the cloud…as in a DevOps scenario. ... Read more
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Heading for a hybrid cloud? Here’s what you need to know

A recent report from Gartner claimed that half of large enterprises will be using hybrid cloud computing, a combination of external cloud computing and in-house management, by 2017. The report from Gartner, covered here... Read more
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Amazon Outage Casts a Shadow on SDN

#SDN #AWS #Cloud Amazon’s latest outage casts a shadow on the ability of software-defined networking to respond to catastrophic failure Much of the chatter regarding the Amazon outage has been focused on issues related to global reliability and... Read more
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Fire and Ice, Silk and Chrome, SPDY and HTTP

The impact of SPDY on infrastructure architecture The Internets were abuzz with the revelation that the custom browser Silk, distributed on Amazon’s latest endeavor Fire, leverages competitor Google’s own technological innovation, SPDY, against... Read more
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Mission Impossible: Stateful Cloud Failover

The quest for truly stateful failover continues… Lightning was the latest cause of an outage at Amazon, this time in its European zones. Lightning, like tornadoes, volcanoes, and hurricanes are often categorized as “Acts of God” and therefore... Read more
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When Black Boxes Fail: Amazon, Cloud and the Need to Know

If Amazon’s Availability Zone strategy had worked as advertised its outage would have been non-news. But then again, no one really knows what was advertised… There’s been a lot said about the Amazon outage and most of it had to do with cloud... Read more
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Once Again, I Can Haz Storage As A Service?

While plenty of people have had  a mouthful (or page full, or pipe full) of things to say about the Amazon outage, the one thing that  it brings to the fore is not a problem with cloud, but a problem with storage. Long ago, the defaul... Read more
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1024 Words: Distortion of Magnitude

The recent Amazon EC2 outage has been awarded far more importance than is likely due when compared to its impact on the Internet*. * Based on data from ec2disabled and Netcraft. Read more
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