Prakash Sinha

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Prakash Sinha is a technology executive and evangelist for Radware and brings over 29 years of experience in strategy, product management, product marketing and engineering. Prakash has been a part of executive teams of four software and network infrastructure startups, all of which were acquired. Before Radware, Prakash led product management for Citrix NetScaler and was instrumental in introducing multi-tenant and virtualized NetScaler product lines to market. Prior to Citrix, Prakash held leadership positions in architecture, engineering, and product management at leading technology companies such as Cisco, Informatica, and Tandem Computers. Prakash holds a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from BIT, Mesra and an MBA from Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

Digital Transformation – Take Advantage of Application Delivery in Your Journey

The adoption of new technologies is accelerating business transformation. In its essence, the digital transformation of businesses uses technologies to drive significant improvement in...

Optimizing Multi-Cloud, Cross-DC Web Apps and Sites

If you are working from your organization's office, the chances are good that you are enjoying the responsiveness of your corporate LAN, thereby guaranteeing...

Adopt TLS 1.3 – Kill Two Birds with One Stone

Transport Layer Security (TLS) version 1.3 provides significant business benefits by making applications more secure, improving performance and reducing latency for the client. Changes...

Considerations for Load Balancers When Migrating Applications to the Cloud

According to a new forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker, total spending on IT infrastructure for deployment in...

Single Sign On (SSO) Use Cases

SSO reduces password fatigue for users having to remember a password for each application. With SSO, a user logs into one application and then...

Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) Use Cases

Whenever applications are deployed to multiple locations (physical or virtualized data centers and/or public cloud), some mechanism is required to distribute the user requests...

Automation in Software Defined Data Centers

Automation is an interesting conversation that I have had with many of our customers lately, especially with cloud migration in play and DevOps processes...

Operational Visibility for Load Balanced Traffic in SDDC

Management and monitoring in Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) benefit from automation principles, programmability, API and policy-driven provisioning of application environments through self-service templates....

Load Balancers and Elastic Licensing

Last week I met with a very large enterprise in finance that has adopted provisioning on demand. They spin up applications on demand, having...

Load Balancers and Microservices

Many organizations, such as Netflix and Amazon, are using microservice architecture to implement business applications as a collection of loosely coupled services. Some of...