The stability and speed of today’s networks enable application services to act within a scalable system. Instead of a system deployed on a box, application delivery can embrace a modern, stack-based design. It can now be distributed to better take advantage of advances in technology and software, while continuing to benefit from expertise gained in previous years.
While the adoption of cloud and containers have disrupted typical network architectures, applications remain tethered to the data for which they are the primary interface. CTO Ryan Kearny explains how a cause-and-effect relationship between apps and data is critical to the future of application delivery, particularly as we find ourselves on the verge of generating more data than we can move.
Are you as good at presenting as you are at security? Here’s how to most effectively use the limited time you have with your board to explain the risk and the need, and what to do about both.
The typical app loses more than three-quarters of its initial users within three days of downloading; in a month that figure climbs to 90 percent. Here are nine reasons why.