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AWS vs Azure vs GCP – The Ups And Downs Of The Public Cloud Trifecta

June 1, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,Mobile,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

One does not need to be an expert in the area of cloud computing to be aware of the public cloud trifecta, the three tech giants of the public cloud space. Amazon, Microsoft and Google hold the entire landscape with their respective products. As the title suggest, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft’s Azure and Google […]

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How Machine Learning Will Influence Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)

April 26, 2017 Published in: CDN,Internet,Website Speed Author: Goran Čandrlić

Picture a world where machines (advanced analytics systems) predict bottlenecks for humans and route traffic to its most appropriate CDN and optimal proxy. This is not far from being true. Let’s take an example of a self-driving car. With the help of algorithms and sensors, a self driving car lowers the rate of accidents and […]

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Cloudbleed Affected More Than 120,000 Sites, CDNetworks to be Acquired by Chinese IT Company and More in This Week’s News

February 28, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

120,000 Sites Affected by Cloudflare Data Leak A severe security flaw in Cloudflare’s systems was disclosed last week. Apparently, it leaked customer data, live samples, encryption keys, cookies, passwords, POST data chunks and even HTTPS requests due to a Heartlbleed-like bug. The system flaw was discovered by Tavis Ormandy, Google’s Project Zero researcher and bug-bounty […]

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HPACK: HTTP/2’s Hidden Gem

February 22, 2017 Published in: Analytics,CDN,Cloud,Dynamic Acceleration,Internet,Security,Website Speed Author: Goran Čandrlić

If your business relies heavily on online assets, then for sure you have already switched to HTTP/2, the new and improved protocol to deliver online content. New features like server push, full multiplexing and improved parallelism, along with attached advanced technologies, make the performance gains quite obvious with HTTP/2. Right next to the performance boost […]

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Zenedge Presents New Bot Management Platform, Hybrid Cloud Popularity Reaches All-Time High and More in This Week’s News

February 20, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Mobile,News,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić

Next-Gen Bot Management Platform Announced by ZENEDGE Last week cybersecurity company ZENEDGE announced their new and improved bot management platform. Their current bot protection technologies will be upgraded with behavioral analysis and device fingerprinting. As malicious bots evolve, they learn to avoid standard security challenges. Moreover they manage to replicate human-like behavior making standard mitigation […]

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AWS Growth Slows But Is More Profitable, Wedge Networks Releases New Tool and More In This Week’s News

February 7, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,Mobile,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

AWS Has Slower Growth But Is Still More Profitable Than Ever AWS’s revenues reached $12.3 bn in 2016 which is close to a quarter of Amazon’s total revenue. Even though their growth rate went down 12% YoY, AWS raised their margin to 25% (from 19%) in 2016 and resulted more profitable than ever before. The […]

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Verizon Partners Up With Distil Networks to Offer Bot Protection, Cisco Acquired AppDynamics and More in This Week’s News

February 1, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

Verizon Will Offer Bot Protection Through Distil Networks Last week Verizon Digital Media Services and Distil Networks announced a partnership aimed at delivering bot protection services across Verizon’s Edgecast CDN. Verizon is expanding their current security portfolio which offers DDoS mitigation, DNS protection, Web Application Firewall, TLS encryption and managed security services. Distil Networks uses advanced […]

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Rethink Your DNS Strategy with Multi-DNS

January 27, 2017 Published in: CDN,DNS,Domains,Internet,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić

There was a lot of discussion about DNS security issues in the last few months. It’s largely due to the massive DNS based DDoS attack that shook the US in October, but also because of Oracle’s recent acquisition of Dyn, the biggest worldwide DNS service provider. Taking in consideration the way the DDoS attack was executed as […]

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Mirai Botnet Author Revealed, European Websites Don’t Meet Chinese Users Expectations and More in This Week’s News

January 24, 2017 Published in: Analytics,CDN,Mobile,News,Security,Website Speed Author: Luka Labrovic

Brian Krebs reveals Mirai’s creator Cyber security journalist and researcher Brian Krebs reportedly discovered the identity of the hacker that created the Mirai malware. The hacker, known online by the pseudonym Anna Senpai, used the malware to recruit hundreds of thousand of unsecured IoT devices into a botnet intended to launch massive DDoS attacks such […]

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AWS Lambda VS Azure Functions, Web Performance Issues at Lloyds Bank And More in This Weeks News

January 16, 2017 Published in: CDN,Internet,News,Security,Website Speed Author: Luka Labrovic

Azure Functions is picking up traction AWS Lambda has been very actively used since it was introduced in 2014 because of the new way of decreasing the cost of computing and time needed for development on cloud services. Serverless computing allows developers to write code that is triggered by events or functions which are pay-per-use, meaning […]

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