F5 Networks Incorporated

Find out how F5 improves network efficiency and lowers costs.

Show IconApplication delivery networking by F5 Networks makes applications secure, fast and available for everyone, maximizing capital investment by careful management of applications. By creating an architecture that relies on application optimization, offloading applications when possible, F5 protects networks and users, improving productivity and saving time and money. Find out how in conversations with F5's experts.

Recent Episodes

  • Episode f5-and-hp-partner-to-optimize-sharepoint-server-2007

    F5 and HP Partner to Optimize SharePoint Server 2007

    14:14 | Michael Johnson | May 19th, 2008 8:00am

    HP ran tests on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 using F5 technology, and the results were dramatic: F5’s BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager with WebAccelerator improved throughput to the branch office by up to 8x in a symmetric configuration. Listen to this podcast to hear about the testing methodologies and results, discussed by Jimi Ibbett, senior member [...]

  • Episode defining-application-ready-networks-with-f5s-ken-salchow

    Defining Application Ready Networks with F5's Ken Salchow

    07:42 | Michael Johnson | Apr 4th, 2008 3:50pm

    Ken Salchow, F5’s manager of technical marketing, talks about F5’s Application Ready Networks (ARNs). These road-tested architectures cover best practices and deployment support for specific solutions from F5 and major software vendors. F5 currently offers ARNs for Microsoft, SAP, and Oracle products. This podcast describes how ARNs benefit customers and why F5 believes …

  • Episode how-to-control-highly-variable-cdn-costs

    F5: How to control highly variable CDN costs

    06:33 | Michael Johnson | Jan 28th, 2008 11:04am

    Peak traffic can overload servers and cause bandwidth congestion, leaving web sites unavailable to users. Commercial Content Delivery Networks (CDN) improve performance, but costs are unpredictable, highly variable, and wreak havoc on budgets. In this podcast, Joe Hicks, F5 Networks Product Manager, explains how you can control and lower CDN service costs by reducing …

  • Episode delivering-secure-content-to-remote-mobile-users-how-to-build-a-cdn

    Delivering Secure Content to Remote Mobile Users: How to Build a CDN

    05:46 | Michael Johnson | Jan 28th, 2008 10:58am

    Enterprises want to distribute content closer to their remote users, but can’t use commercial Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), because the information is internal, dynamic and confidential. In this podcast, Joe Hicks, F5 Networks Product Manager, explains how F5 BIG-IP WebAccelerator can be deployed symmetrically to create an enterprise CDN (eCDN) that gives …

  • Episode achieving-pci-compliance-with-f5

    Achieving PCI Compliance with F5

    12:44 | Michael Johnson | Nov 13th, 2007 8:07pm

    Meeting PCI (Payment Card Industry) requirements for application security is more than just implementing a Web Application Firewall for requirement 6.6. Learn how F5 addresses multiple PCI requirements across all its products.

  • Episode application-security-fast-and-easy-with-f5s-alan-murphy

    Application Security: Fast and Easy with F5's Alan Murphy

    15:26 | Michael Johnson | Nov 6th, 2007 7:30am

    Application security as a concept has many different connotations, ranging from dealing with application security only in code, implementing solutions in existing technologies such as firewalls, and “porting” application business logic to a traditional on-the-wire Application Firewall solution. The primary barriers to entry for true application security on the wire have included long deployment [...]

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