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Secure Your Organization with SIEM Integration to Akamai

Since 2005, when Gartner coined the term, SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) applications have grown in importance for the security industry. SIEM provides a centralized view to easily access and analyze security information from a large number of sources, and then prioritize mitigation efforts based on risk profiles. SIEM...

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Akamai OPEN Edgegrid for PHP Signing Library Now in GA

Just four months after it first hit Beta status, we are moving the Akamai OPEN Edgegrid PHP signing library to GA status. As the underpinnings of all our PHP efforts, this library is intentionally small in scope, and was split out from the client library to allow for much broader...

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Diving Deeper into Android O

It’s Google I/O season, and that means announcements. In my previous post, Google I/O 2017: What’s New for Android Developers, I hit the high points, and in this post I want to go deeper into what Android offers developers, some problems that have been solved, and the changes you need to make to your apps. Let’s...

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Google I/O 2017: What’s New for Android Developers

Google announced several new products and product updates in its annual developer conference, Google I/O. Most of the talked about features in the keynote were related to products relying on Machine Learning, and demonstrated how far these products have come in the last year. One major highlight is Google Lens, which...

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Akamai at OSCON: Making the Internet Awesome for Developers

The O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) is the annual event for open-source technologies, where you can find out what’s new and useful in the world of open source. And since it’s happening in Austin, Texas, the land of breakfast tacos and barbecue, we wanted to make sure we could...

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Advanced Metadata to the Rescue

Akamai products offer a broad set of features to let you control how edge servers process your traffic. Property Manager/PAPI features are organized as nested rules, and most of the time, these built-in features are all you need. Especially now with support for variables, you can design very complex...

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HTTP/2 support for HTTPie

HTTPie is a great command line tool for working with HTTP-based APIs. If you’re just getting started, check out the earlier post I wrote on Setting Up HTTPie for Akamai. HTTP/2 (h2) is the new version of the HTTP Protocol, and in this follow-up I explain how to enable...

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What You Need to Know About Caching – Part 3

We hope you watched the first and second videos in this series. Tedd and CJ (and the squirrel) are back to talk about cache keys: what they are, how to define them, and some advanced optimization. Transcript follows, natch. Transcript Welcome back! I’m Tedd Smith, a Solutions Engineer at Akamai. This is...

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Gauge User Experience with Time to Interactive

As web developers, we want to give our users the best possible experience, and so we tend to focus on how fast the page loads. In a recent blog post here, Flattening the Earth: Testing and Improving Content Delivery, the author uses WebPageTest to test how fast a page...

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What You Need to Know About Caching – Part 2

We hope you watched the first episode of this series to learn the basics of caching. Tedd and CJ are back to go into more depth on tiered caching, caching HTTP response codes, and no-store versus zero-second TTL. Once again we’ll transcribe the video for you, but you’re encouraged to watch the fun whiteboarding. Transcript...

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