JANUARY 8, 2014 02:00 PM EST
When we talk about the impact of BYOD and BYOA and the Internet of Things, we
often focus on the impact on data center architectures. That's because there
will be an increasing need for authentication, for access control, for
security, for application delivery as the number of potential endpoints
(clients, devices, things) increases. That means scale in the data center.
What we gloss over, what we skip, is that before any of these "things" ever
makes a request to access an application it had to execute a DNS query.
Every. Single. Thing.
Maybe that's because we assume DNS can handle the load. So far it's done
well. You rarely, if ever, hear of disruptions or outages due directly to the
execution of DNS. Oh, there has been some issues with misconfiguration of DNS
and of exploitation of DNS (hijacking, illicit use in reflection attacks,
SYS-CON Events announced today that China Unicom will exhibit at the 19th
International Cloud Expo, which will take place on November 1-3, 2016, at the
Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
China United Network Communications Group Co. Ltd ("China Unicom") was
officially established in 2009 on the basis of the merger of former China
Netcom and former China Unicom.
China Unicom mainly operates a full range of telecommunications services
including mobile broadband (GSM, WCDMA, LTE FDD, TD-LTE), fixed-line
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DALLAS, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Amid the proliferation of real
time data from sources such as mobile devices, web, social media, sensors,
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I was again reading and reviewing Lawrence Lessig's work tonight. The man is
so very articulate and his observations so compelling. If you haven't become
a student of his work, please take my advice and give it a try here.
At the 2002 Open Source Convention Lessig challenged the audience to get
involved in the political process. A tireless advocate for open source,
Lessig shared some basic concepts that are a solution to most of the barriers
preventing our soceity from overcoming the major challenges of the time.
A complete transcript of Lawrence's keynote presentation made on July ... (more)
I’ve been thinking about my presence on the internet from the early days,
from my time at Argonne National Labs near Chicago in 1988-1989 and from
my graduate school days at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis in
1989-1992. That was even before the web browser days, which didn’t come out
till 1993-94. Mosaic browser was first released in 1993. And I remember the
excitement we had at work when we installed an early version of Netscape
browser in 1994.Partial map of internet 2005,via Wikipedia
There was internet of course even before the browser. In addition to the