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Ching Soo

Ching Soo

November 15, 2017 10:38 AM

Do you believe in Serendipity?

In December 2016, after a month of mountain bike racing and touring in Nepal, I commenced the Executive Program in General Management at MIT. The first term was at Sloan School of Management in Cambridge and for the first time in my life, I finally could relate to studying. In fact, I was even enjoying it! One of the many practical subjects was "How Companies Become Platform Leaders" by Professor

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

July 17, 2017 8:23 AM

Superior and safe user experiences with the Akamai C ...

Your customers are unique and they all expect fast, secure, personalized digital experiences. They are spread across the world, in regions of varying network connectivity, utilize a plethora of devices and screen sizes - making it challenging to deliver your experiences. By delivering 95 Exabytes of data over billions of devices every year, Akamai provides the world's largest and most trusted cloud delivery platform that empowers you to provide fast,

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

June 19, 2017 8:05 AM

Balance traffic intelligently by leveraging Applicat ...

Gaining new customers and retaining existing ones is at the core of every business. In the past few years, two major trends have emerged in this drive towards customer centricity To meet the ever increasing customer demands, most modern digital applications leverage microservice architecture to achieve scalability, agility and reduce time to market. These are ideal for DevOps teams that need continuous deployment workflows. But all this comes at a

Shane Keats

Shane Keats

June 13, 2017 12:02 PM

Comey testimony generates massive interest, massive ...

Online viewers of former FBI Director James Comey's live testimony last week generated a massive peak of 2.5 Tbps of live streaming video traffic on the Akamai platform, despite the hearing occurring in the middle of the work week, in the middle of the work day.

Akamai

Akamai

May 31, 2017 6:41 AM

The State of the Internet: A Decade of Change

The State of the Internet Report is growing up - with this issue, it enters its tenth year of publication. Over time, it has matured in many ways, including its length, design, and the content it includes. Looking back at that first issue (all 17 pages of it), for the first quarter of 2008, we find that the report covered:

Erik Nygren

Erik Nygren

March 23, 2017 2:13 PM

Reaching toward universal TLS SNI

The past few years have seen a dramatic increase in client support for TLS SNI (a technology standard that makes HTTPS much more scaleable). While early 2014 saw fewer than 85% of HTTPS requests being sent by clients supporting TLS SNI, many Akamai customers today now see client TLS SNI usage exceeding 99%. This shift means that deploying SNI-only Web sites is now increasingly viable, with 31% of the Alexa

Lorenz Jakober

Lorenz Jakober

February 6, 2017 10:24 AM

There is no inside...

I recently spent time with Joe DeFelice. Joe is a Sr. Director Enterprise Security & Infrastructure Engineering here at Akamai. He is responsible for IT risk and security, Akamai infrastructure architecture and engineering (network, voice, video, platform, messaging, etc.), as well as our Akamai On Akamai initiative, which is a program built around sipping our own champagne or how we can best utilize Akamai products in the enterprise.

Meg Grady-Troia

Meg Grady-Troia

January 26, 2017 1:44 PM

Akamai's Global Content Distribution Network: Replac ...

Many customers ask Akamai about Disaster Recovery testing and Business Continuity planning as a part of their due diligence or risk management process. Customers expect to see a governance document maintained by a central authority, a list of systems with Recovery Point Objectives (RPO), Recovery Time Objectives (RTO), and a documented testing plan that is enacted quarterly or annually. Akamai reframes these questions to better match our approach to continuity

Shane Keats

Shane Keats

November 9, 2016 1:52 PM

Election Night: A streaming upset, and a victory for ...

Count me among the tech pundits who got last night wrong. I predicted to my colleagues that peak traffic on election night here in the U.S. wouldn't beat the debates. Boy was I wrong! We've been tracking peak traffic and peak concurrent viewers across a basket of 16 customers for the debates, election night and early next year, Inauguration Day.