To LSN or Not to LSN?

While everyone is talking about IPv6 in light of the IPv4 address space depletion - driven by the increasing demand for mobile and hand-held data...

ADC Consolidation: Handle with Care

Similar to server consolidation, application delivery controller (ADC) consolidation can provide significant benefits to the data center. These benefits include higher utilization of existing...

The Force Was Strong at VMworld 2011

While four days in Vegas might leave tourists running home for a long nap, our team just returned from VMworld 2011 and we’re feeling...

Application Delivery Provisioning in the Virtual DC – What is it and Who Needs it?

Have you ever wondered how much time and effort it takes you to configure your application delivery controller (ADC) whenever you need to provide...

The Rise of the Tablet: How It Affects IT Organizations… and You

Tablet computers popularity skyrockets. Devices like Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, ASUS Eee Pad, BlackBerry Playbook and more not only change our life-style, the...

Application Delivery: More Than Traffic In Traffic Out

Working for an application delivery and security vendor, people often ask me, “so what is application delivery, isn’t it all about passing traffic from...

If You’re on the Highway to the Cloud, Make Sure You Pack the Right ADC to Take You There

After recently reading about VMware’s view on the evolution of IT towards cloud services, or as they call it the "journey to the cloud,"...

How to Save Money with a Weak Economy: The Application Delivery Solution Angle

The recent events in the global economy caused me to think again on how application delivery controllers (ADC) can help IT organizations save money. First,...

Mobile Data Advancements & Cloud Transformation

Everyone knows that both the bandwidth and scope of mobile applications continue to grow and evolve. It’s all around. Just take a quick look...

Security? Defense, Offense, Both?

Boy the world has gotten complicated to defend hasn't it? The old adage, "information security is very basic" turns out not to be true...