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iSeries: Not Just a Better, Bigger, and Faster BIG-IP

by: Robert Haynes

With the launch of F5's BIG-IP iSeries, you get innovative new platforms that can adapt hardware capacity to match your workloads.

3 Things the Network Must Provide for IoT

by: Lori MacVittie

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to be a topic of interest. And while consumer oriented gadgets and gizmos tend to make headlines, it’s the behind the scenes, in the data center prep work being conducted by early adopters that remain more...

The New AAA: APIs, Authentication, and Availability

by: Lori MacVittie

You might have figured out that yes, I’m one of those people playing Pokémon Go. Or, as is often the case of late, not playing Pokémon Go. That’s bad, because it also means our youngest is not playing, because as it turns out we’re bot...

Pokémon Go Launch Reminder Why ‘Build to Scale’ Important as ‘Build to Fail’

by: Lori MacVittie

One of the catch phrases of DevOps and cloud for the past, oh, many years has been “build to fail.” The premise being that too many businesses experience costly downtime and loss of revenue (and productivity) due to capacity-related performanc...

Scale in the age of Secure Everything

by: Lori MacVittie

At Apple’s WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) in June, the mobile mogul announced that as of January 1, 2017, all apps in the app store MUST (that’s the RFC style MUST for those networkers following along) use App Transport Security (ATS). ...

Cisco Live and F5

by: Drew Milam

With fireworks in our rearview mirror, it’s time to turn our focus toward Las Vegas for Cisco Live, July 10-14, at the Mandalay Bay. Whether you’re going to the event or following online, here’s a snapshot of what to expect from F5 at...

Managing Policies with BIG-IQ 5.0

by: Dan Schrader

The introduction of BIG-IQ Centralized Management 5.0 marks a substantial advance in F5’s Management and Orchestration story. The release is, without exaggeration, the most important BIG-IQ release since the product was launched 3 years ago. While...

The Hierarchy of Application Needs

by: Lori MacVittie

Most folks have heard or seen Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. If you aren’t familiar with the concept (or need a refresher), here’s the TL;DR – Maslow believed that people are motivated to achieve certain needs. He defined a five level hierarchy...

At the Crossroad of Digital Transformation and Disruption

by: Kuna Nallappan

With the proliferation of devices and rapid improvement in infrastructure, Singapore, along with the rest of Asia, is at the crossroad of digital transformation and disruption. No other region is developing quite as quickly when it comes to the...

云落城市,混合驱动

by: 张毅强

智慧城市是什么? 试想一下:一个千万级人口的城市中每天产生的建筑、基础设施、道路使用、交通、公共安全等相关数据如果收集加以分析,将对制定发展决策产生多大影响?一个社区如果有智能设备可以实时在工作日白天提供停车位情况度并反馈,能够为缓解城市车位不足提供多大帮助?一个家庭的暖气控制器如果能够接入城市天气系统,随温度变化做出调节,将节省多大能源?以上这些,我们可能都将在不远的将来看到。按Gartner预测,到2020年将有97亿互联设备接入智慧城市电网,远超2015年的11亿。而这些类别不同的...

F5 at Cisco Live 2016: Your apps are in the cloud; your services should be too!

by: Jezmynn Koh

Less than a week left before we head off to Cisco Live, Melbourne from 8 – 11 March 2016 and things are starting to get real! This year F5 is on a mission to help organisations migrate their applications to the cloud and secure their journey in a...

教育数字化

by: Jezmynn Koh

如果 19 世纪的人能穿越到 2016 年亲眼目睹现代的数学课堂,就算花钱我也愿看看他们脸上惊愕的表情!从智能白板交互到孩子们使用手中的 iPad 通过万维网汲取来自世界各地的知识,一切都清晰地表明教育行业的技术已得到了突飞猛进的发展。 数字化正颠覆整个教育行业。目前,互联网是学生了解信息、分享想法并创造经济机会的主要途径。因此,IT 基础设施必须能够支持当今教育机构的全新教学模式。F5 对应用的了解极为深刻,我们可借助其真知灼见来优化网络和应用性能,并降低基础设施复杂性。 ...

Digitalisation in Education

by: Jezmynn Koh

If someone from the 19th century was teleported to witness a mathematics class in action in the year 2016, I would pay to see their astonished looks! From smart board interactions to children fiddling with iPads absorbing all the knowledge the...

F5 Friday: How Standardization Enables a Customizable Per-App (Microservices) Approach to App Security

by: Lori MacVittie

How Standardization Enables a Customizable Per-App (Microservices) Approach to App Security

Unintended Consequences: Proxies Under Load

by: Lori MacVittie

The need for scalability isn’t even a question these days. The answer is always yes, you need it. Business growth depends on operational growth of the applications that are, after all, part and parcel of today’s business models – no matter what...