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Internet Of Things - Or Business Of Applications? - InformationWeek
Devices don't connect to the Internet to see what their friends are posting on Devicebook. They're exchanging data and performing tasks via
Target Breach Takeaway: Secure Your Remote Access - InformationWeek
Yes, attackers could use stolen credentials to get into your systems from a distance. But slamming the door is not the answer.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is the New Black but Application-Deliv...
Software-defined networking (SDN) is IT's new black, displacing cloud as the technology darling du jour. But while all the focus on the netw
What an Increase in East-West Traffic Patterns Really Means
#SDN #SDAS If you know where it's coming from (in addition to general virtualization) you'll see some things have got to change in the data
F5 Synthesis: Reference Architectures - Good for What Ails Your Apps
#SDN #SDAS #devops When your application isn't feeling so well you need the right prescription to get it back on track When you're not feeli
The Network Shift to Software: It's still about speeds, feeds, and cost
#SDN #Cloud #SDDC #SDAS What's changed is that the focus - from switch ports to services. There is no doubt that a focus on software definin
F5 Synthesis: Software Defined Application Services
#SDN #Devops #Cloud #SDAS Completing the #SDDC stack Everything as a Service has become nearly a synonym for cloud computing. That's unsurpr
1024 Words: I Didn't Say It Was Your Fault, I Said I Was Going to Blame You
#webperf We often lay the blame for application performance woes on the nebulous (and apparently sentient-with-malevolent-tendencies)
1024 Words: The Periodic Table of (SDN Data Path) Elements
#SDN Of course it doesn't actually exist, but maybe it should? Taxonomies are important,after all.
DevOps And The Perpetual Motion Machine -- InformationWeek
New data shows cooperation between developers and operations pays off for companies moving at the speed of today's business. Oh, and practic
The Programmable Data Path: It's not just Extract and Act
#devops #programmable #sdn Data path elements that are programmable imply the ability to execute business and operational logic Like most te
Open Networking Foundation Introduces Northbound Interface Working Group...
The Open Networking Foundation (ONF), a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the adoption of open Software-Defined Networking (
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