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The State of Application Services 2019 — Asia Pacific Executive Summary

The result of latest F5's flagship survey, published in a report entitled "The State of Application Services 2019" is out.

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Application Security: A Step Towards GDPR Compliance

While organizations have many security-related reasons for protecting their apps and the personal data of their users, they have another very compelling financial reason: the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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Application Services Accelerate Digital Transformation

The makeup and health of the application strategy to meet their long-term digital transformation (DX) objectives without disrupting ongoing business operations.

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The Struggle of DevSecOps: Takeaways from DevSecCon Singapore 2019

According to Gartner, DevSecOps is becoming one of the hottest topics. But how many IT practitioners understand it?

Devops predictions for 2019

Consolidation, acquisitions, and security issues - what to expect in devops for 2019

Defining DevOps success: The 5 stages of DevOps evolution

DevOps is changing the way organizations look at application and infrastructure solutions today.

Increase Visibility to Boost Security

What's the best way to gain visibility into encrypted traffic, without adversely affecting the performance of apps?

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Advanced Application Threats Require an Advanced WAF

The WAF has to evolve into an active security control, capable of interrogating the client endpoint and strengthening the security posture of the application dynamically.

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Explaining TLS 1.3

The newest version of the TLS protocol was recently approved by the IETF —version 1.3. 

The State of Application Services 2019: Will cloud lose its crown?

With new technology comes new challenges and opportunities that lead to new application services.