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NetOps Take Note of SRE Focus on MTTR to Realize Availability

by: Lori MacVittie

Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) is a relatively new role – usually within engineering or operations – focused on maintaining, unsurprisingly, site reliability. That generally means availability of applications, but it also includes performance....

How IoT can compromise network integrity

by: Bernd Kunze

The IoT (Internet of Things) is shaking up the networking space and paving the way for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and automated processes.

Balancing Security and Performance with Web Application Firewalls

by: Lori MacVittie

Using a WAF you can parse, pull apart, twist, and modify content however you want. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.

Production Pain Points and the Application Services that Relieve Them

by: Lori MacVittie

Developers in a RisingStack survey cite performance, security, and deployment difficulties in production environments Not all security and performance is the result of ‘bad code’. Platforms and protocol implementations are more often than not...

I’ve Taken the Super-NetOps Course. Now How Do I Develop my Powers?

by: Robert Haynes

Robert Haynes walks you through suggested next steps once you've completed F5's initial Super-NetOps training.

Don’t take your eye off GTP en route to 5G

by: Peter Nas

Changes to the EU’s roaming regulations and raised awareness of security risks are fueling dramatic increases in GPRS Tunneling Protocol (GTP) traffic.

Conquering video: Overcoming the congestion conundrum

by: Raffaele D'Albenzio

F5 technology offers a cost-effective solution to the challenge of video by improving the way Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) works on the mobile network.

Unlocking smart core network slicing for IoT and MVNOs

by: Bart Salaets

Network slicing is one of the most important 5G innovations available to mobile operators, allowing them to subdivide one physical network into multiple logical networks.

State of Application Delivery 2018: Application Services are the Gateway to a Digital Future

by: Lori MacVittie

The primary purpose for our State of Application Delivery research is to understand the current – and predict the future – state of application delivery around the world. That means a focus on application services. These are the broad set...

F5 Per-App VE ‘individualizes’ traffic management and WAF services for faster app development

by: Edward O'Connell

Introducing Per-App offerings of F5 BIG-IP Virtual Edition for local traffic management and web application firewall services.

Scale your Apps and your People (This time for free)

by: Teri Patrick

Commentary on how F5's new Super-NetOps training program can break down operational silos and get the right teams doing the right work in close collaboration.

The State of Application Delivery 2018: Digital Transformation Driving Automation and Multi-Cloud Despite Security Concerns

by: Lori MacVittie

Discover the key findings of F5's fourth annual State of Application Delivery report.

The Dawn of Cloud Arbitrage: Equinix Builds and F5 helps Pave the Way

by: Calvin Rowland

Along with their just-opened San Jose data center, Equinix leverages F5 BIG-IP for application services to support multi-cloud interconnection.

Are Your Apps Stressing Out Users with Poor Performance?

by: Lori MacVittie

While apps represent opportunities to improve productivity and increase profits, poor performance and annoyed users bring these gains to a halt.