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Jonathan Zarkower

Jonathan Zarkower

October 14, 2020 5:00 PM

Akamai Drives New Standards and Enhances Authoritati ...

For more than 20 years, Akamai's customers have trusted our global edge platform to deliver their content, secure their web applications, and accelerate end-user experiences. As the basis for our mapping functions, Akamai DNS has always been essential to the reliability and performance of our platform and our services, and our popular authoritative DNS services -- Edge DNS and Global Traffic Management (GTM) -- are a direct result of the

Anthony Larkin

Anthony Larkin

March 17, 2015 2:00 PM

Don't Let Your Website "Recalculate" Visitors to an ...

Have you seen those auto insurance commercials with that guy in the suit that always looks a little beat up portraying the personification of "mayhem"? One my favorites from that ad series is the one where "Mayhem" is your car's GPS system - he seems to be recalculating at every other turn! Don't you hate that moment when you're traveling along on a road trip, following the pleasant voice

Akamai

Akamai

December 9, 2014 12:00 PM

Akamai joins Cloud Foundry to support open cloud eco ...

As enterprises further embrace cloud environments for both business and mission critical applications, it is important to have easier ways to connect with other cloud based services. Akamai recognizes this need and this is why we are excited to announce our participation as a Silver sponsor of the Cloud Foundry Foundation. Cloud Foundry is an open source Platform as a Service (PaaS) that provides capabilities to distribute applications to one

Miguel Serrano

Miguel Serrano

April 9, 2014 2:19 PM

OPEN Thoughts

It was only six months ago that Akamai opened its core technology, revealing the Open Platform Initiative strategy. The main idea was to enable everyone; every developer, every customer and every partner, to access Akamai technology and benefit from its amazing power. You may arguably say that this was a small step on a long path. But let's look back and see how much we walked, using the evolution of