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QoS without Context: Good for the Network, Not So Good for the End user

#fasterapp #webperf #ado One of the most often mentioned uses of #OpenFlow revolves around QoS . Which is good for network performance metrics, but not necessarily good for application performance. In addition to issues related to virtual... Read more
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Multiple Stream Protocols, eBooks, And You.

EBook readers are an astounding thing, if you really stop and think about it. Prior to their creation, how could you reasonably have hundreds or thousands of books in one place, all the notes you took and highlighting you wanted to do, and your... Read more
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Rate Shaping: An Old Trick You Might Need. Soon.

It should be no surprise to anyone that the number of mobile devices is increasing at an astounding rate.  In fact, according to Ericsson, mobile broadband subscriptions will double in 2011. Let’s all just take a moment to ponder what tha... Read more
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Alice in Wondercloud: The Bidirectional Rabbit Hole

Emerging architectures are conflating responsibilities up and down the application stack. Who is responsible for integration when services reside in the network? While preparing for an upcoming panel I’m moderating at Cloud Connect (in the “New... Read more
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Infrastructure Matters: Challenges of Cloud-based Testing

An interesting thing happened on the way to testing that application from the cloud. We broke the innertubes! Pros and Cons of Application Testing in the Cloud A firm wanted to test their application and need 100 browser instances. In the old days... Read more
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The Networking ABC's - A through Z

In yesterday's post, I finished up my Networking ABC's with the final post of Z.  For those of you who can't find my ABCs tag list on my blog, I figured I'd list them all for you in one place.  A is for AuthB is for... Read more
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API Request Throttling: A Better Option

This past week there's been some interesting commentary regarding Twitter's change to its API request throttling feature. Request throttling, often used as a method to ensure QoS (Quality of Service) for a variety of network and... Read more
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The Networking ABC's - Q is for QoS

The letter for today in the Networking ABC's is the letter "Q".  There wasn't a big selection of Q words with regards to the networking world.  I could have went with queue or query, but those didn't have the ump... Read more
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