We continue this week's series of anthologies with a collection of posts about security at planetary scale.
Each data center in a planetary scale environment is now as critical to availability as a power strip is to a single data center location. Mustering an argument to monitor every power strip would be challenging; a better approach is to have a drawer full of power strips, and replace ones that fail.
What the 2003 blackout taught us about security needs at planetary scale.
How Akamai keeps Internet traffic secure with redundancy across servers, server racks, data centers, cities, countries, and even continents.
This post focuses on another way we keep Internet traffic flowing smoothly in the face of attempted attacks: network and data mapping.
A look at how the world -- and our approach to security -- has changed in the decade since Blaster.