Application delivery is always evolving. Initially, applications were
delivered out of a physical data center, either dedicated raised floor at the
corporate headquarters or from some leased space rented from one of the web
hosting vendors during the late 1990’s to early 2000’s or some
combination of both. Soon global organizations and ecommerce sites alike,
started to distribute their applications and deploy them at multiple physical
data centers to address geo-location, redundancy and disaster recovery
challenges. This was an expensive endeavor back then even without adding the
networking, bandwidth and leased line costs.
When server virtualization emerged and organizations had the ability to
divide resources for different applications, content delivery was no longer
tethered 1:1 with a physical device. It could live anywhere. With
virtualization technology as th... (more)
Do you avoid stores that have had a credit card breach?
You are not alone. About 52% of people avoid merchants who have had a data
breach according to a recent Lowcards survey. They surveyed over 400 random
consumers to better understand the impact of identity theft on consumer
behavior. 17% said they or a family member was a victim of identity theft
over the last year with half the cases being credit card theft. 94% said they
are more concerned or equally concerned about ID theft. They estimate that
there were 13.5 million cases of credit card identity theft in the United
That thing, next to the other thing, talking to this thing needs something to
make it interoperate properly. That’s the goal of the Industrial Internet
Consortium (IIC) which hopes to establish common ways that machines share
information and move data.
IBM, Cisco, GE and AT&T have all teamed up to form the Industrial Internet
Consortium (IIC), an open membership group that’s been established with the
task of breaking down technology silo barriers to drive better big data
access and improved integration of the physical and digital worlds. The
Phygital World. The IIC will work to ... (more)
I show you how to find F5 booth 800 at Velocity Conference 2014 in Santa
Clara. Velocity focuses on Web Operations and Performance with half of the
attendees involved with web and mobile development. We are showcasing our
acceleration and optimization solutions making any app a fast app along with
the new LineRate Storefront. The show floor was very loud and I think my mic
batteries were dying (since replaced) so the audio is not as optimal as I
would like but you can still hear fine.
LineRate Storefront HOSTING Adopts LineRate Platform to Deliver New
Dawn Parzych, F5 Sr. Product Manager, talks about the benefits of HTTP 2.0
and shows us a demo of 170+ pictures appearing instantly while using the
BIG-IP HTTP 2.0 profile. Interesting conversation about web pages loads, the
chattiness of the HTTP protocol and the notion of HTTP 2.0 moving forward.
Learn more at: www.f5.com/products/modules/application-acceleration-manager
Velocity 2014 – Find F5 Velocity 2014 – Acceleration Reference
Architecture Velocity 2014 – LineRate Storefront What are you waiting for?
The Image Format Wars F5 YouTube Channel #velocityconf