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Conquer Your Cloud Security Concerns with F5 Advanced WAF on AWS and Azure

by: Tom Atkins

These virtual editions protect applications and data with complete feature parity across on-premises and multi-cloud deployments.

A Brief Catch-Up Ahead of the AWS Public Sector Summit

by: Tom Atkins

Each year, Washington D.C. plays host to one of the largest cloud-oriented public sector gatherings on the planet – AWS’ suitably dubbed Public Sector Summit.

Open Source Spotlight: Increasing Observability with F5 Cloud Logger iApp

by: Lori MacVittie

Developers (and DevOps) crave observability. That’s visibility, but with more alacrity, meaning APIs and integration with tools and dashboards.

See How to Route Apps across Multi-Cloud Containers with F5 and Red Hat at Red Hat Summit

by: Lori MacVittie

F5 is at Red Hat Summit this week demonstrating multi-cloud capabilities with OpenShift Containers, Ansible automation, and Aspen Mesh / Istio insight.

Per-App Architectures Protect Apps at Home and in the Cloud

by: Lori MacVittie

The data center is being driven to change by digital transformation, with cloud, containers, and catastrophic breaches prompting this evolution sooner rather than later.

The Three AWS Web Application Firewall Managed Rules You Need to Deploy Now

by: Lori MacVittie

A mind-boggling number of applications reside in the cloud without any protection. No web app firewall. No identity or access control. Nothing. They’re just out there, open to attack. That’s a nightmare for business, and a dream come true for...

Announcing F5 Managed Rulesets for AWS WAF

by: Andrew Hendry

AWS has just announced enhanced F5 managed security capabilities on AWS WAF around Bot Protection, CVE Vulnerabilities, and Web Exploits.

State of Application Delivery 2018: Multi-cloud is not just Marketing

by: Lori MacVittie

It seems like just yesterday we were using the term “hybrid” cloud and arguing like fishwives over what it meant. The latter half of 2017 saw the rise of the term “multi-cloud” (with many of the same arguments regarding what it meant). Now,...

Another Year of re:Invent, Another Year of Advances for F5 on AWS

by: Chad Whalen

F5's Chad Whalen reflects on the significant advancements F5 has made with AWS following an amazing week at AWS re:Invent.

F5 Achieves AWS Networking Competency

by: David Helfer

The BIG-IP Virtual Edition showcased its ability to ensure performance, availability, and security for business-critical applications hosted within the AWS cloud.

Cloud Can’t Protect You Against Yourself

by: Lori MacVittie

Cloud security. The term itself is actually meaningless without qualification. Do you mean the security of the underlying infrastructure that makes up “cloud”? Or perhaps of command and control APIs that let you provision and manage compute,...

Open Source Spotlight: F5 Infrastructure as Code and Multi-Cloud Manageability

by: Lori MacVittie

You might have noted that a significant drum beat under the multi-cloud mantra is manageability. That’s because the task of scaling, securing, and delivering apps to users requires a certain set of services – load balancers, compute, storage, app...

How F5’s WAF Earned its AWS Security Competency

by: Tom Atkins

F5's Tom Atkins takes a closer look at the company's recently achieved AWS milestone, supporting those aiming to mitigate attacks on applications deployed in the public cloud.

Taking Customers to AWS, Through Our Channel

by: David Helfer

SVP of Worldwide Channels David Helfer highlights F5's selection for the AWS Channel Opportunity Registration Program and just-achieved AWS Security Competency.