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IoT対応のプラットフォーム

by: YUKIO ITO (伊藤 悠紀夫)

過去2か月にわたり、イベントのビデオ作成のかたわら、基本的な内容であるWhat are These "Things”?(「モノ」とは何か?)やIoT Influence on Society(IoTが社会に及ぼす影響)から、より具体的なな内容を記述したIoT Effect on Applications(IoTがアプリケーションに及ぼす影響)やIoT Ready...

Cloud

What SaaS teaches us about automating network infrastructure

by: Lori MacVittie

The success of SaaS is largely due to companies being able to identify and encapsulate in software commoditized business processes. The same holds true for network and infrastructure teams inside the business.

Scalability Cloud

Turns out SDN is Not Dead Yet

by: Lori MacVittie

SDN, which started out with a roar, was last seen whimpering by the side of the technology highway watching containers and DevOps speed by on their way to an invite-only party in the enterprise without so much as glancing back at the recent...

Scalability Cloud Performance Security

Why Public Cloud is Embracing FPGAs and You Should Too

by: Lori MacVittie

Amidst the rush of consumer-facing ads and releases during the 2016 holiday season, Amazon made quite a stir when it announced it was embracing hardware.

Cloud

Coming Soon: F5 Availability in the Google Cloud!

by: Calvin Rowland

With Google Next '17 just around the corner, we're excited to announce BIG-IP Virtual Edition will be available in the Google Cloud this spring.

Cloud

Where the Internet of Things and Cloud Intersect

by: Lori MacVittie

From State of Application Delivery 2017 – An interesting thing happened to the Internet of Things on the way to pwning every other trend as the technology darling du jour: it split itself up. There are actually two very distinct...

Cloud

There are only 2 types of clouds: Those you control and those you don’t

by: Lori MacVittie

Cloudy insights from the State of Application Delivery 2017 – Control. We use that word a lot. Control yourself! Control your own destiny! Control your financial future. Find out how! Control is a simple word that connotes a very powerful concept...

Access Cloud Security

Credential Theft: Easy as Shooting Phish in a Barrel

by: Lee Slaughter

Imagine your best-case scenario: You’ve conducted security awareness training for your users and have educated them on all the threats that apply to them. You’ve cultivated a culture of security where everyone knows the tactics of phishers...

Access Cloud Security

Protecting Identity in the Cloud

by: Lee Slaughter

A few months ago, my colleague wrote about accelerating adoption of Office 365 and the importance of security for cloud-based applications. His posts underscored the need for a secure, centralized identity and access solution that can scale...

Cloud

Templates are Taking over the Cloud

by: Lori MacVittie

Cloud – and for purposes of this post I mean infrastructure as a service (IaaS) – enables business agility primarily be freeing those tasked with deploying apps from the complexity of all the infrastructure wiring underneath.  By no...

Cloud

If an app can’t go to the cloud, the cloud must go to the app

by: Lori MacVittie

Insights from the State of Application Delivery 2017 Many (and I mean a lot) of folks push back on the very existence of the idea of private (on-premise) cloud. This is not new; I’ve been fighting the “public is the only way” false dilemma for...

Cloud Security

F5 Silverline WAF Express Service Enables Agile Security in the Cloud

by: Lori MacVittie

Designed as a simple deployment experience without compromising the protections necessary to defend applications in an attack-saturated world.

Cloud Security

Asia Pacific blog post: 2020 Digital Horoscope

by: Kuna Nallappan

In foretelling the future of technology adoption and how it drives business transformation, this piece pays homage to astrology and envisions twelve key predictions to help define the new Asia digital economy.

Cloud Security

2017 State of Application Delivery Survey: Security with a High Probability of Cloud

by: Lori MacVittie

We asked 2000+ IT pros about their plans for apps, cloud, app services and security--and what they really think about DevOps & SDN.

Cloud

Containers are tired of being typecast

by: Lori MacVittie

Thanksgiving and … turkey. Christmas and … trees. Containers and …. microservices. If the first word you thought of for each of those matches my expectations, then you’ve fallen prey to over-association in the technology market today.
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