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Centralizing Cloud Security with F5 and AWS Transit Gateway

Today we were fortunate to be a launch partner of AWS for their newly announced Transit Gateway feature, known as TGW.We've had the opportunity to get our hands on TGW while it's been in private beta, and as a networking vendor up in AWS,... Read more
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Lightboard Lessons: BIG-IP Cloud Edition Overview

In this lightboard lesson, Jason covers the upcoming release of BIG-IP Cloud Edition, a BIG-IQ and Per App VE solution to support auto-scaling in your cloud environments. Read more
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Skies Never Looked So Good With BIG-IP Cloud Edition

DevCentral discusses the upcoming release of BIG-IP Cloud Edition and how you may benefit from scaling lightweight instances of Local Traffic Manager and Advanced WAF. Read more
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Getting In Shape For Summer With BIG-IP Per App Virtual Edition

What happens when you cross a developer with a fitness instructor? You get BIG-IP Per App VE. DevCentral discusses the new per-App instance of BIG-IP providing LTM and WAF functionality wherever your applications reside. Read more
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How to Set up F5 Application Connector

Last week we covered the basic overview of Application Connector and this week we’ll look at how to set it up. [The link to the setup guide] Settle in, this is detailed. F5 Application Connector is made up of two components: The Proxy and the... Read more
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Welcome to the F5 BIG-IP Migration Assistant

The F5® BIG-IP® Migration Assistant is a tool freely distributed by F5 to facilitate migrating BIG-IP configurations between different platforms. Learn more on DevCentral. Read more
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DevCentral Cloud Month Wrap

Is it the end of June already? At least it ended on a Friday and we can close out DevCentral’s Cloud Month followed by the weekend! First, huge thanks to our Cloud Month authors: Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori. Each delivered an informative... Read more
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100+ Internal VIPs in AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) limits the number of private/public IPs that you can attach to an interface. The following is a workaround to create a private network within an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) that will only be used for internal... Read more
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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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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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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: 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: 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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Using BIG-IP GTM to Integrate with Amazon Web Services

This is the latest in a series of DNS articles that I've been writing over the past couple of months.  This article is taken from a fantastic solution that Joe Cassidy developed.  So, thanks to Joe for developing this solution, 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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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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Cloud Load Balancing Fu for Developers Helps Avoid Scaling Gotchas

If you don’t know how scaling services work in a cloud environment you may not like the results One of the benefits of cloud computing, and in particular IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) is that the infrastructure is, well, a service. It’s... Read more
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When Did Specialized Hardware Become a Dirty Word?

If you’re just trading “specialized” hardware for “dedicated” hardware you’re losing more than you’re gaining.  Apparently I have not gotten the memo detailing why specialized hardware is a Very Bad Thing(TM) . I’ve looked for it, I really... Read more
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Maybe Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Makes Cloud Computing Too Easy

With just a few clicks you, too, can create a cloud computing environment. But if you’re like a lot of organizations, you may not know what to do with it after that. The latest version of Ubuntu Server (9.10) includes the Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud... Read more
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Vertical Scalability Cloud Computing Style

Vertical scalability used to require optimizations inside the application, at the code level. Cloud computing changes the nature of vertical scalability and, one hopes, will lead to a new model of scalability based on the capabilities of... Read more
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The Cloud Is Not A Synonym For Cloud Computing

“Where are you storing your data these days,” he asked casually after trying to come up with a better opening line but failing. “Ah, dahhling,” she drawled while gesturing in no particular direction with an almost deprecating wave of her hand.... Read more
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Amazon Elastic Load Balancing Only Simple On the Outside

Amazon’s ELB is an exciting mix of well-executed infrastructure 2.0 and the proper application of SOA, but it takes a lot of work to make anything infrastructure look that easy. The notion of Elastic Load Balancing, as recently brought to public... Read more
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Paradox: When Cloud Is Both the Wrong and the Right Solution

Cloud offers an appealing “pay only for what you use” that makes it hard to resist. Paying on a per-usage hour basis sounds like a good deal, until you realize that your site is pretty much “always on” because of bots, miscreants, and users. In... Read more
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