According to Forrester’s 2021 State of Application Security Report, a staggering 39% of all cyberattacks last year targeted web applications, and for good reason. The public-facing nature of web apps, their sprawling surface area, and the ever-present risk of code vulnerabilities make them notoriously difficult to protect—increasing the chances that attackers will find success.
Volterra was listed as a Gartner Cool Vendor in Cloud Computing for 2020. Find out why Gartner is still talking about us in 2021 for Cloud Networking.
Managing and securing workloads is a complex task as enterprises move towards a connected cloud strategy. Find out how F5 is meeting the demand for a new approach to multi-cloud networking.
Observability, aka Monitoring 2.0, is a significant step forward in this technology journey for operators and digital business as they strive to understand and stabilize the relationship between user experience and business outcomes. But it’s only half the battle, and the other half involves analytics and automation.
Cultural Survival is using an F5 2021 Tech for Good Grant to rebuild its website as it strengthens its advocacy for Indigenous cultures around the globe.
Compute power in not limitless, and if there’s a limit to our ability to increase size and space as we move to the edge, then we must instead focus on optimization. When we have needed to improve capacity in the past, there’s been an introduction of optimized hardware components. Hardware-optimized computes will be a necessary capability for any application-centric platforms looking to support organizational enablement at the edge.
Astonishingly, a little over a year has passed since F5 launched the BIG-IP VE for SmartNICs solution and during this time, both the internet and application landscape have continued to rapidly evolve.
A recipient of an F5 2021 Tech for Good Grant, Sacred Valley Project is purchasing 27 laptops to help indigenous girls in remote areas of Peru apply for university and study for college entrance exams.
The banking and financial services industry has been experiencing digital transformation for several years and customer digital expectations combined with COVID-19 are accelerating key initiatives, such as Open Banking and Platform Banking.
As businesses continue to move toward a “digital as default” operating model the ease of operations results in an increase of complexity – task automation requires more code, digital expansion requires more connections, AI-assisted business requires more data. And complexity is the enemy of security. Therefore businesses will have to adapt their security stack to keep up.