Could your internet connected Kettle get you into hot water….

by Greg, August 9th, 2018

What Happens when Big Data Analytics Meets the Internet of Things ? The other day I was chatting to some like-minded techies about The Internet of Things and the seemingly pointless nature of certain commercial products that have been created in the wake of this all-consuming trend. An Internet connected kettle for instance, what’s the […]

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How to Migrate F5 iRules to edgeNEXUS flightPATH

by Donna Toomey, August 7th, 2018

It’s a widely held belief among my colleagues at edgeNEXUS that whilst F5 LTM load balancers are extremely powerful and flexible, the reliance on the use of iRules scripting to perform some basic functions leads to unnecessary complexity.   You only have to do an online search for F5 iRules to discover the pain and […]

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Using Geolocation in your Application Delivery Strategy to Offer a Personalised User Experience

by Greg, July 29th, 2018

Our advanced load balancer comes with a complementary geolocation database that, when combined with flightPATH traffic management, can be very handy if you ever need to route traffic based on the country the client resides in. There are many obvious use cases related to legal restrictions around privacy, health and broadcasting but it can also […]

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Simple WAF, Load balancing and GSLB explanation for the non-technical

by Greg, July 2nd, 2018

I recently needed to explain what a Loadbalancer, WAF and GSLB is/does in the simplest way possible so I thought I would try and test it out on my 6 year old Boy Charlie. For some reason he was not as enthusiastic about this as I was so I needed to change the analogy slightly […]

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Easy TMG Threat Management Gateway replacement

by Greg, July 2nd, 2018

So what is TMG ? Forefront TMG (Threat Management Gateway) formerly known as Microsoft Security and Acceleration Server (ISA server)  is a Microsoft product that was typically used as a reverse proxy to securely publish internal applications and services to the internet. It has been heavily used with Exchange, Sharepoint, Lync/ Skype for business and […]

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Real World Uses for Application Traffic Management

by Greg, June 28th, 2018

Load Balancers have evolved to deliver a wealth of application optimisation features that go beyond simple high availability and resilience. Often when it comes to traffic management, there is a list of complex features that a Load Balancer can deliver. However if like me, you don’t know every IT acronym under the sun, then you […]

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It’s here: Customer Support Survey results

by Customer Experience team, June 14th, 2018

  As I’m sure you are aware the quality of support we provide is something that we take very seriously. We even like to use the word Tenacious! In preparation for our next Customer satisfaction survey we wanted to publish the results of the last one. but first a very quick (and I mean quick summary […]

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This Isn’t Just a Firewall, This… is a Web Application Firewall

by Greg, May 3rd, 2018

  Firewalls are, in technology terms, as old as the hills. There’s been more ‘next generation’ firewalls than musical genre’s in the 40 odd years they’ve been about. At their heart, they permit or deny packets entering or leaving a network and, useful as that is, little else. Each generation adds something new to the […]

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Cisco ACE End of Life – Free Migration service

by Greg, April 30th, 2018

Cisco ACE End of Life – Free Migration service to jetNEXUS   edgeNEXUS, a leading provider of next generation load balancing, Web Application Firewalls (WAF) and  Multi cloud/ Hybrid cloud data center load balancing solutions announce today the launch of  a Free load balancer migration service to help provide a smooth transition for Cisco Ace […]

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A Web Application firewall can be a pain in the A*** but maybe its essential for GDPR ?

by Greg, March 7th, 2018

Firewalls have been around for years, but Web Application Firewalls are much newer and despite the name very different!   So firstly what is a WAF? What does it do and why do I need one (or not)? Quite simply a normal firewall will open up ports to allow traffic from the outside world access to […]

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