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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.
Recently, Peter Christy of 451 Research has written a thought-provoking series of reports on the Software Defined Internet (requires login). His thesis is that there are new technologies available today that can solve fundamental internet performance and security issues:
Many major web properties have been impacted by the massive DDoS attack on the Dyn domain service.
What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? Does the hybrid cloud really offer the best of both worlds, and what are its weaknesses? What do the latest cloud surveys anticipate for the enterprise, for the IT industry, and for the major cloud providers? You'll f...
What are the newest cloud trends in data security, hybrid computing, and managed services? What is the future of PaaS and SaaS, and how do you choose the right PaaS for application development? What is there to learn about PaaS and SaaS security and disaster recovery? You'll find answe...
Need a review of the latest security challenges for hybrid cloud or a list of top cloud security vendors, or would you like to go back to basics and rediscover some basic cloud concepts? You'll find these and more in our latest roundup of resources from around the world, covering cloud...
I joined Teridion as CEO because the company is tackling the problem of re-wiring the internet for greater collaboration, security and mobility.
A few days ago, Logan Rivenes at Datapath.io posted a well-researched blog on AdTech server locations as well as the locations of web servers across the globe.  As expected, a key observation was the further the user from the server (determined by geolocation), the lon...
Need a down-to-earth definition of different cloud models in 2016, better understand the distinction between public and private clouds, or discover the #1 security issue on the cloud according to 27 expert opinions? You'll find these and more in our latest roundup of resources from aro...
How do you build a native PaaS architecture? What are the benefits of Model-Driven PaaS? What are 48 tools to automate cloud infrastructure? In this latest roundup we collected some of the best resources covering cloud architectures old and new, and ways to automate cloud deployments.
While we are already getting ready for AWS Reinvent, our main conference this year, we can’t ignore VMworld, which is quickly coming up, gathering the best minds in virtualization, storage and networking.
How is data stored in a public cloud? Is your public cloud multi-tenant, and should you care? What free plans are available today across the major cloud providers, and what is the legal path to providing a commercial database as a service? Answers to these questions and more in this la...
How do SaaS companies present themselves to investors? Will the federal government choose PaaS or an on-premise open source stack? Which cloud model is the most popular among European companies? Read more in this latest roundup on differences between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS and...
Usually August is a bit quiet here in the US, but not for Teridion!   Innovation waits for no one, and you are seeing the first proof-points of the next step in our journey.   A week ago we announced Box as a customer.  They have actually been using...
Can other IaaS providers compete with AWS and Azure? Is PaaS dead? What are your real costs in the cloud? In this latest roundup we collected some of the best posts out there that shed light on these and other trends across different models of cloud computing.
What do we really mean when we talk about "The Cloud" and which basic cloud terms are commonly misunderstood? What's the difference between virtualization and cloud computing? What is the Internet of Things, and what does cloud automation really mean? In this latest roundup, we collect...
What are the hidden catches of running communication services on a hybrid cloud? Who is really responsible for securing public cloud services? Should mid-size companies care about PaaS? In this latest roundup we collected 10 resources that provide insights and updates on some of the ho...
A scant 10 years ago, the Internet was a static place. Text and photos were the main source of content consumed, and as such, technology was created to best suit the needs of the typical user at this time. Getting static content from one far away web server to a closer poin...
I am a huge fan of Game of Thrones.  Without going too much into what is happening this week, there is a siege against one of the notable castles in Westeros.  This castle is known to have tough and high perimeter.  However, in times of peril, the inhabitants...
What do you need to operate a hybrid cloud? How do you monitor a public cloud deployment? How does block storage work? We collected 10 top resources that answer these and other questions on cloud strategy, architecture, operations, and security.
What is the cloud's strategic advantage? Which huge service provider recently decided to move to the public cloud? How do colocation data centers fit into an enterprise cloud strategy? And what can you do to monitor cloud computing - both the virtual and physical layers, and beyond tha...
What is the future of PaaS? Is public PaaS dead? How do you build a successful hybrid cloud? In this latest roundup, we collected some of our top resources on the latest trends in cloud computing, the "cloud stack" (IaaS/PaaS/SaaS) and insights about the best use of PaaS in today's ent...
Hybrid cloud is coming of age and technologies and best practices are maturing. We collected our top resources on how to make hybrid clouds production ready, improve scalability, and deal with real world issues. Hybrid clouds are also a significant security concern for organizations, a...
Dear every Internet Service Provider (ISP) I have ever used,I am sorry.  I am sorry for getting frustrated at you when I lagged while playing Counterstrike.  I am sorry for swearing at you under my breath as Netflix buffered.  I am sorry for calling your cust...
Software as a Service, Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service are evolving, and there is a lot being written on the boundaries between them and the best uses organizations can make of each model. In this post we collected our top resources on the three cloud computing mo...
Hybrid cloud is becoming increasingly important to organizations that need to keep IT services on-premises, but want to benefit from the power of the public cloud. We collected some of the top resources on current cloud computing trends, and the latest and greatest in hybrid cloud insi...
There's a lot going on in cloud computing. In this latest roundup of resources, we bring together the latest on cloud from Gartner, insights on how to migrate new services to the cloud, some of the top resources on cloud costs and cost control, and finally some case studies and expert ...
China boasts nearly one-fifth of the worlds population and has had incredible GDP growth ever since the 1960's.  China is an incredibly attractive market to target, but many organizations are struggling with "The Great Firewall".  The Great Firewall is f...
Cloud computing is evolving rapidly, new technologies and providers are emerging daily, and even the definition of cloud computing is constantly changing. It's important to keep track of best practices on subjects like cloud application development and cloud security, to ensure you bui...
Over the past few years, developers of large-scale websites and web applications have become more mindful of performance. It is now well known that performance impacts revenue and user satisfaction, and some of the most successful Internet brands, such as Google, have built themselves ...
Cloud computing is becoming a mainstream option for infrastructure at organizations of all sizes. There are many options to choose from, both as a user of cloud services and as a provider of services - and the border between the two is getting fuzzy as more and more companies provide c...
A growing number of organizations are streaming video online, using technologies like HLS, MP4 and HTML5. Video streaming raises many technical challenges, and it's not easy to guarantee high quality and performance for the users viewing. We've collected some of the best resources on h...
 
Every organization with a significant web presence faces concerns about Quality of Service, Quality of Experience and packet loss, one of the key factors effecting how users experience data and services online. Below we collected the best resources covering QoS/QoE in contexts like sto...
Teridion has set out to make the internet faster than when left to its own devices. Just like the internet, Teridion works on an “always on” mantra. It is designed to ensure that a SaaS provider’s services and applications remain up as long as there is connectivity. ...
CDNs are becoming an essential part of the effort to deliver a consistent positive experience to Internet users. In this daily roundup, we collected a few resources which will show you how to avoid common mistakes in CDN deployments, set up fallbacks for when CDN fails, learn how Comca...
Over the past few years several technologies have emerged which help enterprises make Wide-Area LANs run faster and more efficiently. From WAN optimization, to WAN acceleration, WAN virtualization and the latest SD-LAN, there are numerous approaches to improving communication speeds be...