White Papers by Topic: Networking

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Charting a Path from the Network to the Multi-Cloud

Gain a step-step approach to consider as you integrate your networking requirements with cloud-based resources.

Clearing the Network Hurdle to Cloud Deployment

Although enthusiasm is high among IT pros for cloud services, an IDG Research Quick Poll survey found that, in fact, the cloud is at a crossroads.

Delivering the Goods: Optimizing the WAN

The real goal of building a wide area network (WAN) is to deliver applications: making vital enterprise tools available to users who are away from the enterprise campus (perhaps in a branch office).

Looking to the Horizon: SDN

Software-defined networking is one of the hottest buzzwords of 2014, but saying exactly what SDN is can be a challenge. SDN has its roots in the early 1990s, when both network managers

The Challenge of a Wider Network

As virtualization becomes more popular on wide area networks, IT administrators are finding that virtual machines (VMs) are touchy about latency and packet loss.

Future-proofing the network

Network managers hear it in their sleep: Applications are a critical concern. Are they fast? Secure? Available and accessible? At the heart of this concern is the user experience, and by extension, user productivity.

Securing Mobility, From Device to Network

At one time, the process of managing and securing mobile devices and applications was fairly straightforward. Most organizations worried about one application (email) on a single platform (often BlackBerry devices). Those days are long gone. ts.

Need to Replace MS Threat Management Gateway?

Read this article to learn how F5's Secure Web Gateway solution provides a full set of features that can help you successfully migrate from TMG, secure your outbound web traffic, and protect your data and network.

Leave No App Behind with Software Defined Application Services

F5 Software Defined Application Services (SDAS) is the next-generation model for delivering application services that enables service injection, consumption, automation, and orchestration across a unified operating framework of pooled resources.

Five Key Issues for DNS - The Next Network Management Challenge

Since every icon and URL and all embedded content on a website requires a DNS lookup, loading complex sites necessitates hundreds of DNS queries. Are you ready for this surge of new services and applications along with potential DNS threats?

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