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Big-IP and ADFS Part 4 – “What about Single Sign-Out?”

Why stop at 3 when you can go to 4? Over the past few posts on this ever-expanding topic, we’ve discussed using ADFS to provide single sign-on access to Office 365. But what about single sign-out? A customer turned me onto Tristan Watkins’ blog... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
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SDN is Network Control. ADN is Application Control.

#SDN is disruptive but it's not destructive, especially not at layer 4-7 In the wake of VMware's acquisition of SDN notable Nicira there was a whole lot of behind-the-scenes scrambling to understand the impact to the entire networking... Read more
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Migrating from Exchange 2007 to 2010 with Access Policy Manager

When it comes to upgrades, implementations, migrations, etc., you can plan for months. You can test, test, and then test some more. You can cross every “i” and dot every “t”. But at the end of the day, it all comes down to the end-user... Read more
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Big-IP and ADFS Part 3 – “ADFS, APM, and the Office 365 Thick Clients”

Okay, so I never mentioned a part 3. But, the topic is just too much fun to let go. Besides, we have one more important section to cover. First, let’s recap parts one and two. In part one we discussed load balancing the ADFS and ADFS proxy farms... Read more
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Big-IP and ADFS Part 2 - APM: An Alternative to the ADFS Proxy

So let’s talk Application Delivery Controllers, (ADC).  In part one of this series we deployed both an internal ADFS farm as well as a perimeter ADFS proxy farm using the Big-IP’s exceptional load balancing capabilities to provide HA and... Read more
Average Rating: 4.4
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Big-IP and ADFS Part 1 – “Load balancing the ADFS Farm”

Just like the early settlers who migrated en masse across the country by wagon train along the Oregon Trail, enterprises are migrating up into the cloud. Well okay, maybe not exactly like the early settlers. But, although there may not be a mass... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
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SuperSizing the Data Center: Big Data and Jumbo Frames

#centaur #40GBE Data center transformation discussions too often overlook the impact on the network – and its necessary transformation. For many of the same reasons IPv6 migration is moving slower than perhaps it should given the urgent need for... Read more
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Provisioning a Virtual Network is Only the Beginning

Deploying a virtual network appliance is the easy part, it’s the operational management that’s hard. The buzz and excitement over VMware’s announcement of its new products at VMworld was high and for a brief moment there was a return to ... Read more
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With Clouds Everywhere, It Is Bound to Rain

I was pondering the weather in Northeast Wisconsin this morning, it’s gloomy and oppressively hot. Between heat and humidity, I’d say it felt more like the US’s Pacific Northwest than the Midwest. And it’s been that  way all summer. We’ve... Read more
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F5 Friday: I Found the Infrastructure Beef

Ask and ye shall receive – F5 joins Microsoft’s Dynamic Data Center Alliance to bring network automation to a Systems Center Operations Manager near you You may recall that last year Microsoft hopped into Infrastructure 2.0 with its Dynamic... Read more
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Virtualization: How to Isolate Application Traffic

Many people are concerned with virtualization security (already coined VirtSec), and they're applying that concern from the virtual images all the way down the stack, to the network infrastructure through which virtualized application traffic... Read more
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