The New Age of the Internet
By Ameer Abbas
Enterprises and service providers are moving to cloud. Cloud providers are
expanding their infrastructure, reach and ease of adoption. Users are
becoming mobile, they access their information and services on their personal
mobile devices first. We have seen game changers like Netflix and AirBnB
become vastly successful by using the power of public cloud as their
infrastructure of choice. Service providers like Microsoft, Adobe and
Oracle are quickly moving their services to cloud, offering them as a SaaS
subscription. So why are we seeing this new "app store" model of
development, delivery and consumption gain so much popularity now than ever?
and what does it mean for the internet? Is the internet infrastructure
equipped to handle this additional load? Lets first look at it from the three
main constituents cloud effe... (more)
Super Bowl 50 - The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same
By Dave Ginsburg
This next weekend our city hosts Super Bowl 50, a week-long media and
megastar frenzy overlaid with streaming video, stadium WiFi that may actually
work, and for the lucky few in downtown SF, Verizon microcells, a precursor
to 5G. But wind the clock back to the winter of 1967. Super Bowl 1, Bart
Starr and the Green Bay Packers.
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A world before the Internet, cable, or satellite TV, smartphones, PCs, DV... (more)
An Optimal Path for the Internet of Things
By Dave Ginsburg
To-date, we’ve deployed our technology for enterprise file sharing, backup
and recovery, voice, ad serving, and financial services. But what’s
next? If we look out a year or two, how does our solution intersect the
Internet of Things? Is IoT only dribs and drabs of data across a cellular
network, or is it more? The figure below from the GSMA segments IoT into
three buckets, and provides some insight.
Fixed applications requiring low latency include both high bandwidth services
such as surveillance, as well as lower ... (more)
Think of CloudBleed as sitting down at a restaurant, supposedly at a clean
table, and in addition to being handed a menu, you're also handed the
contents of the previous diner's wallet.
Many major web properties have been impacted by the massive DDoS attack on
the Dyn domain service.