I just got back from the 2nd Open Networking Summit (ONS) that took place in Santa Clara. This event was three times bigger than the one held on October last year. Networking innovation was once again the focus of the discussions and demonstrations and it was interesting to see a few examples of production network environments that have fully adopted the SDN (Software Defined Networking) approach and implemented OpenFlow. For example, Google showed that most of its production network is OpenFlow enabled – there’s no better “Proof of Concept” than that.read more
Everyone’s talking about these various next-gen data center trends – and there are so many buzz-words which makes it hard to follow. So I’ve decided to pick-up the glove, and in my next blog series I will try to explain the key trends that impact the next-generation data center, see what each trend means and finally discuss how they can be addressed in the most cost-effective way.
Radware’s Alteon VA™ Virtual Appliance Combines with IBM’s Next Generation Platform to Change the Enterprise IT Experience
On April 11, IBM announced the availability of IBM PureSystems, a new family of integrated systems with built-in expertise to address complex business and operational tasks automatically with integration to tune systems for optimal performance and efficiency. I’m pleased to announce that Radware is playing a key a role in IBM’s new family of offerings as Radware’s Alteon VA™, an industry-leading application delivery controller (ADC) packaged as a virtual appliance, is optimized to run over IBM’s next generation platform called IBM PureFlex System.read more
Load-balancers are all about availability, scalability and performance of mission critical web-based applications. Therefore, cloud load balancing services are needed to enable enterprises to migrate their mission and performance critical application to the cloud. Mission critical web-based applications are typically multi-tier and distributed. The load balancer connects the application to the external network and load-balancing incoming web-client sessions between the different frontend web-servers.read more
March 2012 – Radware’s ERT Busiest Month Ever
Operation Blackout Status:
If you read the press over the weekend, you would have been led to believe that most of Anon’s request for a virtual army fell on deaf ears. To be certain fewer soldiers materialized, and those who did participate were met with even less meaningful impact on their targets than previous efforts.
However, not all was lost. Of the virtual soldiers who decided to pick up their digital battle-axes, they provided enough energy for notable mayhem at a few of the world’s leading organizations.read more