Change is inevitable, but the aftereffects can be both good and bad. With respect to configuration changes, for example, it’s paramount to minimize any customer impact. Having the right tools is one way to meet this challenge. Dave Andrews explains how to wield the power of a global 50 Tbps application delivery network, featuring 125+ points of presence, to ensure maximum availability during and after a change.
This keynote is sponsored by Verizon Digital Media Services.
David Andrews leads CDN architecture and technical evangelism at Verizon Digital Media Services, Previously, he brought several web security products to market at Verizon and worked for startups in the Los Angeles area, building security products in the virtualization and content delivery network (CDN) spaces. He enjoys low-level security exploitation techniques and has an appreciation for the nuances and resulting surprised faces that accompany discovering failure modes in globally distributed systems. David holds a PhD in computer security from a small university in Australia.
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