Traditional data center networking can’t meet the needs of today’s AI workload communication. We need a different networking paradigm to meet these new challenges. In this blog post, learn about the technical changes happening in data center networking from the silicon to the hardware to the cables in between.
In this blog post, we describe how one backbone service provider uses Kentik to identify and root out spoofed traffic used to launch DDoS attacks. It’s a “moral responsibility,” says their chief architect.
Tools and partners can make or break the cloud migration process. Read how Box used Kentik to make their Google Cloud migration successful.
Football is officially back, and Doug Madory is here to show you exactly how well the NFL’s streaming traffic was delivered.
Artificial intelligence is certainly a hot topic right now, but what does it mean for the networking industry? In this post, Phil Gervasi looks at the role of AI and LLM in networking and separates the hype from the reality.
In this post, Phil Gervasi uses the power of Kentik’s data-driven network observability platform to visualize network traffic moving globally among public cloud providers and then perform a forensic analysis after a major security incident.
On Sunday, August 6, an undersea landslide in one of the world’s longest submarine canyons knocked out two of the most important submarine cables serving the African internet. The loss of these cables knocked out international internet bandwidth along the west coast of Africa. In this blog post, we review some history of the impact of undersea landslides on submarine cables and use some of Kentik’s unique data sets to explore the impacts of these cable breaks.