COMPANY NEWS: Cloud platform provider Fastly’s next-gen web application firewall (WAF) will now be available as private listing and public officer in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
Game day is being radically transformed, but not everyone stands to benefit, writes Derek Rast, Area Vice President – Australia and New Zealand, Fastly
COMPANY NEWS: Fastly, a global edge cloud platform provider, today announced beta availability of the Signal Sciences agent on the Fastly edge cloud platform. This represents a critical milestone toward Fastly's vision of empowering developers to protect apps and APIs in every environment—cloud, on-premise, hybrid and now at the network edge. With this integration, customers will be able to leverage the powerful signal technology to write and push out rules in real-time to track suspicious requests and block attacks sooner.
GUEST RESEARCH: Fastly, a global edge cloud platform provider, today released new research in partnership with Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) that uncovers a crucial need for a unified, modern, and simplified approach to security. The study, based on insights from information security and IT professionals in Australia and globally, revealed growing concerns around adequately securing the rapidly rising number of mission-critical cloud services and API-centric applications introduced as part of ongoing digital transformations.
We ask senior IT industry executives for their thoughts on the likely confluence of SDN, Cloud, Edge and Zero-trust in the near future.
COMPANY NEWS: Fastly, a global edge cloud platform provider, today announced it has been appointed to the cloud marketplace (CMP) managed by the Australian Government's Digital Transformation Agency (DTA), reducing barriers to working with government departments and agencies.
Fastly's latest response to yesterday's outage puts the blame indirectly on an unnamed customer.
Internet CDN provider Fastly has admitted that last night's outage was due to a configuration error.
The internet outage this evening has been resolved, although we still don't know the cause.
Company News: The Bytecode Alliance, a community dedicated to creating new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAssembly and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI), today announced incorporation as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organisation. Incorporated by Fastly, Intel, Mozilla and Microsoft, the Bytecode Alliance now invites organisations to join its cross-industry collaborative mission alongside new members Arm, Dfinity Foundation, Embark Studios, Google, Shopify, and University of California at San Diego.
Edge cloud provider Fastly has expanded into Australia, establishing four points of presence (POPs) and hiring local staff.
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