Networks

haproxy

Accelerate Your APIs by Using the HAProxy Cache

The age of rendering most of a web page’s contents on the server and then delivering it as a colossal HTML file is fading into the past. Modern web frameworks like Angular, React, and Vue push towards creating components instead—individual elements on the page that fetch their data in the background and poll for asynchronous updates—which can be reused across your site.

manageengine

10 network tools every IT admin needs

Remember when native commands like ping and ipconfig were adequate for network inspection? With networks becoming more dynamic, these generic tools don’t seem to make the cut anymore. IT admins are in a constant quest for ad hoc network tools and utilities that could aid specific network management needs. Using individual network diagnostic tools, on the other hand, requires constant tab switching, and comparing data pulled by independent network tools to pinpoint your network issue.

netskope

How Netskope NewEdge Takes SD-WAN to the Next Level

With Gartner releasing its latest Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure earlier this month, it seemed an appropriate time to explore the intersection of SD-WAN and SASE. Both of these technological approaches hold great promise and are large, billion-dollar markets, sharing the common goal of connecting users to the data and applications critical to doing their job. The two technologies demonstrate the increasing overlap and tightening linkage between networking and security investments.

opEvents: All about Event Actions

opEvents is a centralized log and event management solution that can fit into any network environment. Reduce the impact of network faults and failures using proactive event management. Event Actions can automatically troubleshoot your events, find meaningful and actionable data or resolve your events. Watch this recorded webinar to find out more.

How Flowmon Can Help You Control Your Network

The patterns of network traffic are changing. Due to global health concerns, face-to-face contact is discouraged and home office has become a necessity, creating new challenges for network monitoring. The sudden global trend of working from home poses dilemmas for network administrators. Do they increase the company bandwidth or change Internet communications policy? In what way have network traffic characteristics changed and what does it mean for you?
auvik

What Is Multicast Networking and How Does It Work?

Multicast networking is based on the simple concept that a single packet can be sent by a server and it will be received by many receivers. Multicast is different from broadcast because it’s more selective. Where broadcast packets are received by all receivers in a particular network segment (or broadcast domain), multicast packets are received only by receivers that want them. Also, multicast receivers can be distributed throughout a larger network behind routers.

ipMonitor Free Edition: Essential IT Monitoring

SolarWinds® ipMonitor® is built to be quick, affordable, and agentless monitoring software for your network, servers, and applications. ipMonitor delivers out-of-the-box visibility into essential availability and performance metrics for your critical IT environment, and includes a built-in database and web server, so you don’t need to install anything but ipMonitor.