As enterprises integrate their networks with their public cloud strategies, several best practices for network teams are emerging. In this guest blog post, Enterprise Management Associates analyst Shamus McGillicuddy dives into his recent cloud networking research to discuss several strategies that can improve the chances of a successful cloud networking initiative.
In this post, we provide an overview of a new research report from EMA analyst Shamus McGillicuddy. The report is based on the responses of 250 enterprise IT networking professionals who note challenges and key technology requirements for hybrid and multi-cloud networking.
Today almost every type of organization must be prepared to mitigate DDoS attacks and proactively defend their networks. In this post, we discuss our newly added BGP Flowspec support in Kentik Detect. This enables our customers to have the granularity needed to detect attack traffic in real time and mitigate attacks faster.
If you are at the beginning of the journey to modernize your application and infrastructure architecture with Kubernetes, it’s important to understand how service-to-service communication works in this new world. In this blog post, we provide a starting point for understanding the networking model behind Kubernetes and how to make things simpler and more efficient.
Broadband providers must manage high infrastructure costs on a price-per-bit basis. Visibility into their network performance and security is critical. In this post, we dig into how that led Viasat, a global provider of high-speed satellite broadband services and secure networking systems, to tap Kentik for help.
Building a cloud application is like building a house. If you don’t at least acknowledge the industry’s best practices, it may all come tumbling down. Here we look at AWS’ Well-Architected Framework as a good starting point for building effective cloud applications and outline why having the right tools in place can make all the difference.
If you are a service provider or enterprise providing your customers with traffic visibility into their networks, there are things you must consider. In this post, we will look into design considerations for self-service network analytics portals.
For NetOps and SecOps teams, alarms typically mean many more hours of work ahead. That doesn’t have to be the case. In this post, we look at how to troubleshoot an abnormal traffic spike and get to root cause in under five minutes.
“Wow!” moments don’t happen randomly. At Kentik, they reflect product value, differentiators, and the hard work of our engineering team. In this post, we look at a few of those moments when the insight delivered by Kentik made customers say, “Wow, that was amazing!”
Today we released a new report: “AWS Cloud Adoption, Visibility & Management.” The report compiles an analysis based on a survey of 310 executive and technical-level attendees at the recent AWS user conference. Simply put, we found: It’s a multi-cloud, cost-containment world.