Learn F5 Technologies, Get Answers & Share Community Solutions Join DevCentral

Filter by:
  • Solution
  • Technology
Clear all filters

Articles

Sort results

AWS re:Invent 2015 – Web Application Firewall in the Cloud (feat Haynes)

WAFs are one an organization’s key line of defenses against web application attacks and Robert Haynes, Marketing Services Architect, shares some of the app security considerations organizations must face when deploying their critical application... Read more
0 Reviews

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
0 Reviews

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
1 Review

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
0 Reviews

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
0 Reviews

FedRAMP Federates Further

FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program), the government’s cloud security assessment plan, announced late last week that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the first agency-approved cloud service provider.  The accreditation... Read more
0 Reviews

Despite Good Intentions PaaS Interoperability Still Only Skin Deep

Salesforce and Google have teamed up with VMware to promote cloud portability but like beauty that portability is only skin deep. VMware has been moving of late to form strategic partnerships that enable greater portability of applications... Read more
0 Reviews

Amazon Makes the Cloud Sticky

Stateless applications may be the long term answer to scalability of applications in the cloud, but until then, we need a solution like sticky sessions (persistence) Amazon recently introduced “stickiness” to its ELB (Elastic Load Balancing)... Read more
0 Reviews

Amazon Response to Botnet Incident: Balancing Privacy with Security in Cloud Computing

An e-mail exchange with Kay Kinton, a spokesperson for Amazon, on the subject of Amazon and its recent run-in with the Zeus botnet controller, raised two very interesting and valid points. First, there is a fine balance that must be maintained by... Read more
0 Reviews

The Thing Private Clouds Can Do that Public Clouds Can’t

When an admin brags they can do some task with their eyes closed there may be hidden process inefficiencies that orchestration can uncover. But the orchestration in a public cloud is effectively done for you, with little opportunity to design... Read more
0 Reviews

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Makes Internal Cloud bursting Reality

How to leverage a “private virtual cloud” such as Amazon VPC with your own dynamic infrastructure A couple of blog posts on Amazon’s recent announcement of its VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) have made much of the fact that the resources... Read more
0 Reviews

Get your SaaS off my cloud

Why architecture matters not only to security but to the future of cloud computing It seems the phrase “in the cloud”, sadly, has become a marketing-hyped euphemism for “the Internet.” I say sadly because the use of cloud to refer to every and... Read more
0 Reviews