Performance, scalability, and shared resources were the primary focus of initial cloud offerings. Cloud computing has matured and established itself as yet another option for IT including sensitive data is making its way to the cloud.
Organizations are beginning to realize that the cloud does not lend itself to static security controls. In the cloud, security solutions must have the capability to interpret its context, intercept all data traffic, and then make appropriate decisions about that traffic. The cloud requires the ability to apply policies and tools that can control access to, and migrate with, the applications and data as they move from traditional data center to cloud—and as they travel to other models in the cloud.
Cloud computing promises self-serve deployment, lower TCO, faster time to market, scalable, on-demand resources; flexible; and a multitude of service options that can host your entire infrastructure. No matter if it is a public, private, or hybrid cloud, F5 solutions can help make your cloud infrastructure or deployment more secure, reliable, and resilient. Securing the cloud with F5 includes a set of flexible, unified solutions—each with its own expertise to address your specific cloud application delivery needs.
Cloud computing is a transformational new way of delivering and paying for IT
services. It is revolutionizing delivery models, enabling companies to make step
changes in IT agility, to re-engineer their business processes, and revolutionize forever
the way that they use applications and interact with consumers and other companies.
A high-level roadmap to implement security best practice consists of the
• Conduct a full risk assessment
• Secure your own information and identities
• Implement a secure and strong governance framework
With a robust risk-assessment process, set of security controls, and governance
framework in place, you’ll be both reducing risk as you take your fi rst step
into cloud, and at the forefront of capitalizing on emerging technologies and
upcoming standards in cloud computing. This three-part approach to security is
also forward compatible: It lets you evolve over time to maintain your protection
without disruption, whatever the future holds.
Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model: conceptual model to standardizes the internal functions of a communications system by partitioning it into abstraction layers.
Trick to remember Layers Name:
From Top to Bottom:
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From Bottom to Top:
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