Edgenexus brings advanced load balancing to Azure

by Greg, June 15th, 2020

Marlow, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom — June 9, 2020 — Edgenexus today announced the availability of its Advanced Load Balancer for Azure in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure. Edgenexus customers can now take advantage of the productive and trusted Azure cloud platform, with streamlined deployment and management.

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Tips to Speed up and Improve Capacity of Remote Access and Web Applications

by Greg, March 24th, 2020

For obvious reasons, many of us are now working remotely. The result of this is that many systems such as application servers, remote desktop and VPN’s are being pushed to the limit (and in some cases further!) Larger numbers of users accessing the application over slower connections (Broadband vs local LAN) will introduce latency and […]

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Tips to speed up and improve capacity of remote access and web applications

Is GDPR fine or is GDPR fines? The jump from Minimum Viable Preparation (MVP) to Minimum Defendable Measures (MDM)

by John Payne, August 8th, 2019

A lot of organisations took what’s best described as a MVP (Minimum Viable Preparation) approach in the run-up to the GDPR becoming effective in May 2018. This was understandable given a general lack of clear guidance, the cost and disruption of in-depth preparations, uncertainty over the impact of Brexit and the mixed messages regarding enforcement. […]

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How edgeNEXUS is helping Police forces move to the cloud

by Customer Experience team, February 1st, 2019

edgeNEXUS has long been the prefered choice of load balancer for many police forces (even the College of policing use it) Critical command and control systems that demand 100% uptime have used edgeNEXUS load balancers to ensure resilience and stability for many years. Some vendors such as Saab recommend the edgeNEXUS load balancer for these critical applications where […]

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How to setup Hybrid Exchange for Office 365 and load balance ADFS

by Customer Experience team, January 28th, 2019

  The Move to the cloud is in many cases not a binary switch but more a graceful journey (hopefully), and in many cases a hybrid cloud situation is desirable especially for Exchange and office 365 with ADFS. Indeed a hybrid cloud situation of course has other benefits such as reducing the exposure to the […]

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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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