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OpenVOS Network Application Performance Technical Webinar

Published on January 19, 2012 By Noah.Davids

Noah Davids, Support Engineer at Stratus discusses how application performance is affected by the network, the TCP stack and the application’s design. Covering common issues, how to test for them before the application is placed into production, how to diagnose them when they occur, and how to tune the system to reduce their impact. The [...]

Are You Forwarding Packets?

Published on May 5, 2010 By Noah.Davids

I recently ran into a site with several modules, each of which was forwarding packets. The worst case was at a rate of 1 every 2 seconds or so. Not very fast you say, but, there are 86,400 seconds in a day so in 1 day that module could be forwarding 63 megabytes (86,400 / 2 [...]

SSH Tunneling

Published on April 22, 2010 By Noah.Davids

An SSH tunnel can be used to secure communication between a client and server that cannot otherwise be secured; for example, when all or part of the application source is not available or it is deemed to expensive to modify to add encrypted communication. Based on the questions I have seen over the last few [...]

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