Getting the most out of cloud networks requires new tools and strategies, captured in the idea of network observability. Read the final entry in our series on managing the hidden costs of cloud networking.
When transitioning from physical infrastructure to the cloud, it’s easy to think that your networks will instantly be faster, more reliable, and less costly overnight. As it turns out, there’s more to it than that.
The populations in Cuba and Iran were only the latest to experience what has become an increasingly common tactic of digital authoritarianism: the internet curfew. This tactic, in which internet service is temporarily disabled on a recurring basis, lowers the costs and thus increases the likelihood of government-directed internet disruptions.
We’re fresh off KubeCon NA, where we showcased our new Kubernetes observability product, Kentik Kube, to the hordes of cloud native architecture enthusiasts. Learn about how deep visibility into container networking across clusters and clouds is the future of k8s networking.
The concept of network observability has taken hold in the market. But how are users adopting this technology, and what gaps remain? This article provides a taste of the user survey results from a newly released market study.
KMI Insights is now available. Insights brings the dynamics of transit and peering relationships that are of most interest to you into focus.
Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for cloud-based applications. As companies migrate more and more workloads, ensuring reliable connectivity and performance are critical not just for user applications but also for the cluster itself.
Companies considering cloud adoption should ensure that they take these valuable lessons into account to avoid hidden cloud costs.
We’re excited to announce our beta launch of Kentik Kube, an industry-first solution that reveals how K8s traffic routes through an organization’s data center, cloud, and the internet.
At first glance, a DDoS attack may seem less sophisticated than other types of network attacks, but its effects can be devastating. Visibility into the attack and mitigation is therefore critical for any organization with a public internet presence.