40% of the network issues experienced by users are not seen by the network team. This is a shocking statistic for anyone who has not walked into the shoes of a network engineer lately. Sadly this is the case for a good part of the IT leadership and all the business leadership. After all “the[…]
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Dear AWS, We love you but it really is time for you to move to native IPv6 support. Your workaround represents 15% of our infrastructure spend and that for what is otherwise and industry standard. IP is IP right? We developed our SaaS based product (www.v6sonar.com) in AWS, we run it in AWS and[…]
The first decade of the 21st century was called the Information Age and it ushered in what Forrester calls: The Age of the Customer. In the case of technology companies, several forces and trends pushed the customer in the position to worry less about technology and rather focus on business: Small switching costs – Common[…]
The Cloud is settled firmly in the psyche of today’s IT professional. More importantly, Cloud has taken deep roots in the minds of business decision makers, from CIO to CFO and CEO. In their mind, this means: “Everything can be easily done In The Cloud”. This state of mind translates into tremendous opportunity. The size[…]
You are a mobile app developer or your business uses a mobile app, right? I know this is not news to you … or at least it should not be but here it goes anyway: http://www.internetsociety.org/deploy360/blog/2015/06/apple-will-require-ipv6-support-for-all-ios-9-apps/ In Apple’s words: ““Because IPv6 support is so critical to ensuring your applications work across the world for every[…]
RIPE does a good job preparing the community for IPv6 and a particularly good job of analyzing the IPv6 adoption stats in its region. This type of analysis is particularly useful in understanding what works and what doesn’t work for various organizations. This is important considering the tenuous path of IPv6 adoption. In driving adoption,[…]
Geoff Huston at APNIC has been doing a phenomenal job analyzing the performance of IPv6 vs IPv4. The way he does it is brilliant. You include an ad in webpages, an ad that is but a Java script that tests performance to a sink over IPv4 and over IPv6. And as long as you DO[…]