WLAN QoS (1): Supporting stress free home working

Von |2021-10-01T09:12:57+02:0029. September 2021|IT-/TK-Netzwerke|

In this period of pandemics employees, students and pupils rely on doing their work from home. Home schooling and home offices are becoming the vivid experience of the digital transformation, with notebooks and tablets as its essential utensils. As professional and educational activities move to the home, the home network grows in importance to become

DevOps Trends of the 20s (3) – DevSecOps and Cloud Native Development

Von |2021-07-19T15:40:35+02:0019. Juli 2021|DevOps, Software-Entwicklung|

More than a decade ago “DevOps” was born and established itself. But how will DevOps evolve in the 20s? Here, in loose succession, we provide an insight into DevOps trends that we are encountering with increasing frequency. Today, learn about the importance of DevSecOps and Cloud Native Development. DevSecOps DevOps has greatly shortened release cycles.

DevOps Trends of the 20s (2) – GitOps and Infrastructure as Code

Von |2021-07-19T15:31:31+02:006. Juli 2021|DevOps, Software-Entwicklung|

More than a decade ago "DevOps" was born and established itself. But how will DevOps evolve in the 20s? Here, in loose succession, we provide an insight into DevOps trends that we are encountering with increasing frequency. "Microservices architectures and Kubernetes integration in DevOps" were part of the last post. Today, learn about the importance

DevOps Trends of the 20s (1) – Microservices Architectures

Von |2021-07-05T14:42:22+02:005. Juli 2021|DevOps, Software-Entwicklung|

More than a decade ago "DevOps" was born. The adoption of the DevOps approach enables companies to improve the interaction between (software) development and (IT) operations and thus to compete or even gain a competitive advantage. But DevOps continues to evolve to meet changing needs. In addition to rapidly evolving technologies, business transformation, also

SASE – The extension of SD-WAN with security functions

Von |2021-07-06T16:36:38+02:0018. Juni 2021|IT-/TK-Netzwerke|

In August 2019, market researchers from Gartner published an architectural model called "Secure Access Service Edge" (SASE) in their study "The Future of Network Security is in the Cloud [1]", which combines WAN functionalities and enhanced network security into a consistent service in the cloud.  The authors of the study call SASE (pronounced Sassy)

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