F5 博客

筛选条件:
解决方案
  • Application Security
  • Automation & Orchestration
  • Cloud
  • Traffic Management
  • Service Provider
产品
  • Security
  • BIG-IP
  • Automation & Orchestration
  • Platforms
年份

The role of cloud in edge-native applications

It should be no surprise that just as the emergence of cloud gave us cloud-native applications, edge is driving a set of edge-native applications. These applications, however, will not reside solely at the edge. Simultaneously, new architectural patterns are emerging that take advantage of applications residing in the cloud and data center.

Application Edge Integration: A Study in Evolution

The path that application delivery has taken over the last 20 years is a story of convergent evolution. More specifically, this era has seen the development of multiple delivery technologies that—when looked upon in hindsight—have revealed themselves to be the initial, nascent evolutionary steps towards what is becoming the application edge.

The Edge Use Case You’ve Been Waiting For

Let’s say your cat has wandered off. You can’t find them anywhere and tasty treats are not working their magic today. Then imagine that you could leverage the video doorbells in your neighborhood—i.e., idle compute and processing power from endpoints and nodes at the edge—to find them.

Cybersecurity Executive Order Addresses Recent Attacks and Upgraded Protection for 2021 and Beyond

Stemming from recent attacks, the May 12 Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity takes a multi-pronged approach to mitigation. With modern threats, any gap in detecting, reporting, employing timely protections, and ultimately defending an attack can cause a cascading effect of failure. In other words: Attackers only need to be right once. Cybersecurity professionals need to be right all the time.

Edge-a-nomics: How to Monetize your 5G Edge Network

As 5G becomes more widespread, an underlying question remains: How will you be able to monetize your investments? Service providers will need modern edge strategies not only to attract different enterprise verticals, but also to deliver on the promise of 5G—increased bandwidth and lower latency close to end users.

Delivering Zero Trust with Microsoft Azure Active Directory’s Conditional Access and BIG-IP APM

BIG-IP APM and Azure AD combine to enable seamless, secure access to all applications, regardless of where they’re hosted—in the public cloud, as native cloud or SaaS applications, on-premises, in a data center, or in a private cloud. The integrated solution allows employees to securely access all authorized applications, whether those applications support modern authentication standards and protocols or classic authentication methods, such as Kerberos or header-based methods.

Infrastructure is still an attractive attack vector

Cloud computing has long sought to remove the need to deal with infrastructure, with APIs and drag-and-drop configuration tools to help keep those adverse to the network and infrastructure from getting their hands dirty. But we can't just ignore it either, or its profile as a key attack target.

Buy, Not Bye

It's an all too common scenario where you're not able to login to an e-commerce site without jumping through hoops (forgotten password, reauthentication, email verification—but which email?). This post explores strategies organizations are implementing to spare authentic human users from all this friction, and avoid the associated lost revenue.

Secure the FDX API to Defend Data in Open Banking

Cybercriminals targeting the financial services sector are focusing more of their attacks on application programming interfaces (APIs). At the same time, different development teams working on multiple applications often use disparate tool sets, pointing to the increasing importance of industry standards. F5 works closely with financial services customers worldwide to implement and secure the APIs driving open banking.

Half the World’s Malware is Now Encrypted

Encryption, while helpful in protecting users’ data privacy, can create serious risks for enterprises if not properly decrypted and inspected for malicious payloads. While no-cost and readily available TLS certificates allow application hosts to cheaply protect their users’ data privacy, bad actors can also hide malware behind a certificate. And it’s becoming increasingly easier for them to do so.