In this Lightboard Lesson, I light up some #basics about internet bots and botnets. Humans account for less than 50% of internet traffic and the rest is spread between the good bots and bad ones. ps Related: The Facts about Botnets The state of botnets in late 2015 and early 2016 What are bots? Advertisements
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Rob Carr is a Senior Trainer/Professional Services Consultant with Red Education Pty in Australia, covering the Oceania and Asia markets. He has done training and engagements from New Zealand to Taiwan and points in between. About 60% of his time…
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Today let’s look at how to create and deploy an auto-scaled BIG-IP Virtual Edition Web Application Firewall by using a Cloud Formation Template (CFT) in AWS. CFTs are simply a quick way to spin up solutions that otherwise, you may have to create manually. The idea behind this CFT is it is going to create […]
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In this Lightboard Lesson, I light up some use cases for BIG-IP ASM Layered Policies available in BIG-IP v13.
With Parent and Child policies, you can:
Impose mandatory policy elements on multiple policies;
Create multiple policies with baseline pro…
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What’s this week about? This is the final week of DevCentral’s Cloud Month so let’s close out strong. Throughout the month Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori have taken us on an interesting journey to share their unique cloud expertise. Last week we covered areas like high availability, scalability, responsibility, inter-connectivity and exploring the philosophy […]
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What’s this week about? Ready for another week of Cloud Month on DevCentral? Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori are ready! Last week we looked at services, security, automation, migration, Ansible and other areas to focus on once you get your cloud running. We also had a cool Lightboard Lesson explaining BIG-IP in the public […]
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What’s this week about? We hope you’re enjoying DevCentral’s Month thus far and Suzanne, Hitesh, Greg, Marty and Lori ready to go again this week. Last week we got you deployed in AWS and Kubernetes, learned the basics of Azure, got knee-deep in Cloud/Automated architectures and celebrated SOA’s survival. Now that your cloud is installed […]
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Use F5’s Web Application Firewall (WAF) to protect web applications deployed in Microsoft Azure. Applications living in the Cloud still need protection. Data breaches, compromised credentials, system vulnerabilities, DDoS attacks and shared resources can all pose a threat to your cloud infrastructure. The Verizon DBIR notes that web application attacks are the most likely vector […]
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Leonardo Souza lives in the United Kingdom, with his partner, 5-year-old daughter, and a (very) recently newborn son. He’s Brazilian and lived in Portugal for quite a while. He then moved to UK about 5 years ago ‘because of the amazing weather,’ he jokes. Leonardo started to work with computers when he was 18 years […]
from DevCentral’s Featured Member for May – NTT Security’s Leonardo Souza
What is VDI? Imagine not having to carry around a laptop or be sitting in a cubicle to access your work desktop applications. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is appealing to many different constituencies because it combines the benefits of anywhere access with desktop support improvements. Employees typically use a wide range of mobile devices from […]
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