Chris Vickery, a cyber risk analyst from UpGuard, successfully retrieved a cache of 60,000 documents related to a United States military project for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The sensitive files (close to 28 GB) linked to the U.S.
Applications are everywhere. Almost every business in nearly every industry use applications in some way, shape or form. The digital revolution continues to disrupt businesses, causing the pace of application adoption to skyrocket and sending the demand for immediate response, error-free configurations through the roof.
In the past, application delivery controllers weren’t deployed widely. But in today’s increasingly digital world, these ADCs are becoming much more prevalent – and even necessary – as NetOps struggle to keep up with the applications they support. Whether they are in retail, financial services, healthcare or a number of other dominant industries, businesses have hundreds of web servers sitting behind their applications to handle multiple customer requests simultaneously. An Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is positioned between the end-customer and your servers to manage this traffic, making it a key component of the network as it delivers the business-critical web application to your end-customers.
Today’s digital economy demands that enterprises build applications more often; provision them instantly; scale those applications as-needed, and integrate with other services seamlessly. Advancements in automation now make it easy for mainstream enterprises to respond to these demands, no matter the industry. By taking full advantage of automation and standardized workflows, organizations – whether they are in the financial services market or in other industries – are seeing real cost savings.