Load Balancers and Microservices

Many organizations, such as Netflix and Amazon, are using microservice architecture to implement business applications as a collection of loosely coupled services. Some of the reasons to move to this distributed, loosely coupled architecture is to enable hyperscale, and continuous delivery for complex applications, among other things. Teams in these organizations have adopted Agile and The post Load Balancers and Microservices appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Single Sign-On (SSO) for Cloud and On Premise Apps

If you have signed into Gmail and noticed that you were also able to access Google portfolio apps such as Google Maps, YouTube, Google Play, Google Photos and other Google applications, you are already using SSO! The user logs in once to a Google account, and has access to other Google applications. Single Sign-On happens The post Single Sign-On (SSO) for Cloud and On Premise Apps appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Securing Applications: Why ECC and PFS Matter

Many of us are familiar with Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) that uses a cryptographic protocol commonly referred to as Transport Layer Security (TLS) to secure our communication on the Internet. In simple terms, there are two keys, one available to everyone via a certificate, called a public key and the other available to the The post Securing Applications: Why ECC and PFS Matter appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Are You Migrating Applications to the Cloud?

According to a recent report from IDC, by 2020, almost half of IT infrastructure spend will be on cloud IT infrastructure. Organizations migrate applications to the cloud for many reasons – lowering cost of IT due to economies of scale, scalability due to elastic consumption, operational instead of a capital expense and the ability to The post Are You Migrating Applications to the Cloud? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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