When it comes to managing application complexity, simple is strong

Webinar Long gone are the days of a single application slowly picking its way like a pony and trap on a rutted track across a single network. Modern equivalents are on a super highway of multiple lanes in convoys of turbo-charged chariots which head in many different directions.

These days, they're also broken down into microservices which communicate through APIs deployed in a variety of locations and clouds. And that means the complexity involved in deploying, securing, interconnecting, and monitoring them is becoming increasingly complex.

So what can harassed IT departments do to simplify the delivery and security of distributed apps? One potential response is to enlist the help of SaaS-based distributed application services which offer tools like WAF, DDoS mitigation, bot defence and API protection.

Join the Register's Tim Phillips and F5's Bart Salaets on 7 December 11am GMT/12pm CET/6am ET in our webinar "Simplify delivery and security for distributed apps" to get more insight.

Tim and Bart will consider how best to interconnect applications deployed across different environments through multi-cloud networking capabilities, and discuss the benefits of deploying applications across cloud and edge environments in a distributed Kubernetes-based architecture.

Register for this webinar here and we'll send you a reminder.

Sponsored by F5.

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