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Secure Serverless Compute Environment, Fewer Limitations - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Secure Serverless Compute Environment, Fewer Limitations
Serverless comes with its own set of challenges. Cold start times* — the several hundred milliseconds of latency required to execute an inactive serverless function — cause delays in the user experience that too often have a major impact on conversion rates. Add in limited observability and resource contention, as well as emerging security concerns about side-channel attacks, and it becomes clear why organizations hesitate to move business-critical workloads to serverless. What’s needed is a different approach to serverless that’s highly performant, developer friendly, and secure.
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Chick-fil-A Enhances Digital Transformation Security with Automated Web App Solution - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Chick-fil-A Enhances Digital Transformation Security with Automated Web App Solution
Chick-fil-A, a leading restaurant chain in the United States, was seeking a robust and flexible web application security solution to safeguard the key assets of their digital transformation strategy. These assets included consumer-facing mobile and web applications that were instrumental in enhancing customer satisfaction and driving revenue growth. The existing legacy Web Application Firewall (WAF) that relied on pattern matching rulesets was inadequate in a development lifecycle where distributed software design and deployments were commonplace. The challenge was to find a future-ready WAF that could be easily installed across distributed architecture and effectively prevent account takeover (ATO) attempts and other attacks on public-facing apps in production.
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Fastly API Management Boosts Gannett | USA TODAY Network's Global Response Times and Scalability - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Fastly API Management Boosts Gannett | USA TODAY Network's Global Response Times and Scalability
Gannett | USA TODAY Network, the largest local-to-national digital media organization in the U.S., faced the challenge of delivering news quickly and smoothly across the globe. The company required a network that could handle high traffic levels, especially during breaking news, without disruptions for end users. They also needed to be able to scale globally, integrate next-gen innovations effortlessly, and support a developer-first mindset. The company's business happens worldwide, necessitating a network that can deliver as efficiently in Europe or Asia as it does in the U.S. Furthermore, they needed to take advantage of cutting-edge technology and support developers in getting new products and enhancements into production safely and swiftly.
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Optimizing Online Retail Websites: A Case Study of Yottaa and Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Optimizing Online Retail Websites: A Case Study of Yottaa and Fastly
Yottaa, a SaaS platform designed to optimize enterprise online retail websites, was seeking to deliver faster, better online shopping experiences for brands like Carter’s, Ralph Lauren, Lenovo, and GNC. The platform needed to manage the loading of 3rd party services, improve the way websites serve dynamic content, and collect a massive amount of performance, traffic, and site error data. However, Yottaa faced challenges in maintaining target metrics during peak times, preventing bottlenecks and errors, and providing consistent, smooth experiences regardless of traffic demands. Additionally, Yottaa needed to monitor its own infrastructure performance, including request throughput, bandwidth, and cache hit ratio, to better control costs and leverage partner services.
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Chef's Adoption of Fastly's Next-Gen WAF for Enhanced Security and Performance - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Chef's Adoption of Fastly's Next-Gen WAF for Enhanced Security and Performance
Chef, a leading automation software company, was facing a significant challenge in securing their DevOps practices and business operations. The engineering and operations teams at Chef were seeking a security solution that could provide greater visibility into the changing vulnerabilities and attack vectors across their applications. They needed a security solution that could enable them to identify and solve security issues in the same way they were already able to respond to operational issues, without negatively impacting performance. The challenge was to find a security solution that could scale with their DevOps practices and business needs, and help their customers be more secure.
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RealtyNinja's Scalable Image Serving Architecture with Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
RealtyNinja's Scalable Image Serving Architecture with Fastly
RealtyNinja, a real estate website builder, was facing challenges in meeting the growing expectations of its customers. As the business expanded, customers demanded faster websites that could keep their end users engaged. With the availability of MLS information, home buyers were not willing to wait for a page to load and often did not give slow sites a second chance. RealtyNinja also had to ensure that the information on its websites was always up-to-date. Their agreements with real estate boards required that out-of-date information should not last for more than 24 hours on any of its websites. Failure to comply could result in fines or lawsuits. Additionally, RealtyNinja had to manage the transformation of 80+ million images per month in real-time, catering to an array of screen sizes and display types.
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Litium's Global Ecommerce Growth Accelerated by Fastly's CDN - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Litium's Global Ecommerce Growth Accelerated by Fastly's CDN
Litium, a scalable ecommerce platform, was seeking to enhance its customer package by adding a Content Delivery Network (CDN). The company's goal was to provide its B2B and B2C clients with a fast, flexible, and scalable sales platform that could support their growth. However, the legacy CDN providers were not a good fit for Litium's needs as they were cumbersome and time-consuming to manage and service. Furthermore, Litium's customers, who are based around the world, needed a solution that could maintain backend operations in Europe while allowing sales in the US and other parts of the world without any degradation in response time.
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Driving Digital Transformation in Travel Industry: A Case Study of LoveHolidays and Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Driving Digital Transformation in Travel Industry: A Case Study of LoveHolidays and Fastly
LoveHolidays, one of the largest and fastest-growing travel brands in the UK, faced a significant challenge in maintaining its website performance to meet the high demand. With over a million users each month and an average of 4,000 requests every second in 2019, the company needed to ensure a seamless user experience to maintain and increase its conversion rates. The company's previous architecture was composed of various legacy systems, which added an unnecessary level of instability and lack of scalability. Furthermore, the company needed to optimize its hotel images, a critical factor in engaging potential customers and boosting conversions. Slow-loading images not only deterred potential customers but also negatively impacted the site's SEO performance.
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Optimizing Customer Experience with Edge Computing: A Hoodoo and Fastly Case Study - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Optimizing Customer Experience with Edge Computing: A Hoodoo and Fastly Case Study
Hoodoo Digital, an agency specializing in delivering customer experiences using the Adobe Experience Cloud, faced a challenge in providing its clients with both content security and performance at scale. One of Hoodoo's clients, Pacific Dental Services, which manages 1,200 websites for dental offices, was not delivering all of its websites through HTTPS. The sites were hosted on an Apache server, and a few dozen certificates were causing performance issues. Furthermore, Google was about to change its algorithm to downgrade insecure sites. Pacific Dental Services needed to add TLS certificates across its portfolio as soon as possible, and also automatically generate certificates for every new website going forward. It was crucial that all sites maintained a high standard of performance.
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Enhancing Healthcare Experiences with Data-Driven Defense: A Case Study on LeanTaaS - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Enhancing Healthcare Experiences with Data-Driven Defense: A Case Study on LeanTaaS
LeanTaaS, a provider of software solutions for healthcare systems, faced a significant challenge in securing their cloud-based APIs and web services. As a company serving leading hospitals and healthcare providers across the country, LeanTaaS needed a security solution that could provide real-time visibility and defense. Their lean approach, coupled with data analytics, aimed to create more efficient medical facilities, but the security of their cloud-based services was paramount. Additionally, they needed to meet the stringent HIPAA compliance requirements, which further complicated the situation. The challenge was to find a solution that could not only secure their web services and APIs but also ensure compliance with healthcare regulations.
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Bell Media Enhances Content Delivery with Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Bell Media Enhances Content Delivery with Fastly
Bell Media, Canada's leading content creation company, was facing a significant challenge in managing traffic spikes and maintaining the quality of their content delivery. The company delivers media to over 22 million customer connections within more than 8 million Canadian households. As their customer base continued to expand, they began to experience very high traffic spikes for video delivery. These traffic spikes posed a risk of causing slowdowns and server failures, which could compromise the quality of the content delivered to Bell Media customers. The video delivery pipeline team, responsible for sourcing, transcoding, and delivering content to all Canadians, needed a solution that could handle their growing capacity needs and ensure a flawless experience for customers under any circumstances.
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Ticketmaster's Digital Transformation: Migrating to Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Ticketmaster's Digital Transformation: Migrating to Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform
Ticketmaster, a global leader in event ticket sales, faced a significant challenge in modernizing their tech stack to improve user experience and stay ahead of the competition. With over 40 years in the business and having acquired numerous ticketing businesses, Ticketmaster had 30-40 different ticketing platforms, each with its unique inventory and customer base. The company had been using a legacy Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider for over 15 years, which had become increasingly challenging to manage due to its complexity and the undocumented rules built over the years. The cost of delivery on their CDN provider was expanding, and the black-box nature of their legacy CDN required many professional services hours to configure, update, and manage. This made it difficult for the team to implement changes quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, the company had to support the needs of 16 different product teams within Ticketmaster, making the situation even more complex.
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Linktree's Scalability Success with Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Linktree's Scalability Success with Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform
Linktree, an Australian SaaS startup, had created a unique niche for itself as a 'link as a service' provider. With over 16 million global users, the platform was experiencing a steady growth in views, reaching close to 1 billion views per month. However, as consumer behaviors shifted, Linktree faced the challenge of maintaining uptime, managing traffic, and delivering profiles with low latency on a global scale. The company was also preparing for a potential traffic spike, as it aimed to support 4 million new users in 3 months. Linktree's small team had big growth goals, and they needed a solution that could improve their security posture and scale seamlessly. They had initially used another vendor's WAF, but it was not comprehensive enough for their needs.
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Fastly’s Edge Cloud Platform: A Game Changer for Nine’s Media Delivery - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Fastly’s Edge Cloud Platform: A Game Changer for Nine’s Media Delivery
Nine, Australia’s largest locally owned media company, faced significant challenges in the fast-paced media industry. With a diverse set of technological needs and engineering challenges, Nine needed to ensure time-sensitive media delivery to over 12 million readers across its platforms. The speed of media delivery directly impacts audience reach, conversion, and ad revenue. Therefore, Nine needed to ensure up-to-date content delivery, requiring a powerful, programmable, secure Content Delivery Network (CDN) and innovative IT partnerships. The company also faced a 50% spike in users and subscribers since the start of 2020, necessitating the ability to scale at pace. Furthermore, Nine recognized the need for a modern approach to CDN, with access to source code management for agile publishing and rapid change cycles.
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OFX Enhances Application Security with Fastly Next-Gen WAF - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
OFX Enhances Application Security with Fastly Next-Gen WAF
OFX, an international financial transfer platform based in Sydney, Australia, processes over $22 billion annually through its web application. After a three-year migration to the cloud, OFX sought to increase visibility and protection against Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) attacks and authentication abuse in its cloud-first microservices infrastructure. Partners interact with the OFX platform via APIs that communicate with internal microservices. Richard Lane, Head of Digital Security at OFX, wanted to ensure that their microservices weren't implicitly trusting others and sought a product that would provide visibility. He was looking for a solution that was easy to install, use, and could effectively block malicious traffic automatically, including logins, without causing production incidents.
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Split's Rapid Scaling with Fastly's Edge Cloud Network - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Split's Rapid Scaling with Fastly's Edge Cloud Network
Split, a global provider of a feature delivery and experimentation platform, was seeking a scalable and reliable edge cloud network to deliver feature flags to its customers. The company's customers use these feature flags to introduce and roll back changes swiftly, thereby reducing the median time to recovery. However, Split was facing challenges with conventional Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), experiencing purge times ranging from 10 to 30 minutes, which was unacceptable for their business model. Furthermore, as a company with a worldwide customer base, Split needed to maintain high uptimes in every location, a task that was proving difficult due to the potential for human error and the challenges of performance at scale.
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Fastly's Edge Cloud Network Ensures Uninterrupted Streaming for Network 10's Melbourne Cup - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Fastly's Edge Cloud Network Ensures Uninterrupted Streaming for Network 10's Melbourne Cup
Network 10, a major Australian television network, faced a significant challenge in delivering a seamless live stream of the Melbourne Cup, Australia's premier horse race and the network's biggest sporting event. The race is not only broadcast on free-to-air television but also offered as a live stream from the company’s website. The challenge was to ensure uninterrupted delivery of the live stream at a time when traffic levels reach the highest point of the year. The selection of the underlying platform was critical to achieving this. Network 10 aimed to provide a first-class experience to all viewers, with top-quality audio and video delivered without interruption or buffering. The network also needed to prepare for any spontaneous spikes in traffic and troubleshoot any issues that may arise during the event.
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New Relic's Full-Stack Observability Enhanced by Fastly's High-Level Data Availability - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
New Relic's Full-Stack Observability Enhanced by Fastly's High-Level Data Availability
New Relic, an observability platform, was in need of a partner that could scale with them and ensure high-level data availability, scalability, and performance. The company's core data platform ingests data from around the world and makes it available in near real-time. The availability of this data is crucial for New Relic's customers, as they rely on it for important functions such as alerting and monitoring. If the data doesn't reach New Relic's systems, these functions won't trigger or appear, causing significant issues for their customers. New Relic was also looking to improve performance and was in search of a partner that could provide a service that was performant, scalable, and reliable.
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Maritz Enhances Security and Compliance with Fastly Next-Gen WAF - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Maritz Enhances Security and Compliance with Fastly Next-Gen WAF
Maritz, a holding company providing a range of services to Fortune 500 companies, faced a significant challenge in enhancing its security posture to support PCI DSS requirement 6.6. Several of its business units accept credit card information, necessitating annual reporting on PCI DSS compliance. The company decided to implement a web application firewall as an additional layer of security for its PCI environment. However, with numerous business units and applications, each with different technology stacks, Maritz needed a single product that could be deployed across all current and future hosting environments, whether physical or virtual, on-premises or cloud-based. The company had previously used an open-source solution that required extensive manual effort to operate, so they were looking for a solution that offered ease of use, automated blocking, and simple deployment.
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OpenStreetMap's Transformation with Modern CDN for Global Updates - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
OpenStreetMap's Transformation with Modern CDN for Global Updates
OpenStreetMap (OSM), an open-source global map built by 6.4 million volunteers, faced significant challenges with their content delivery. Their data, used worldwide for various applications, is updated frequently, sometimes every minute, and a new complete export of their data is published weekly. However, their initial solution of building their own content delivery network (CDN) with donated resources was fraught with difficulties. They struggled to obtain servers in certain regions, and map editors often complained about slow loading times. Their ability to detect and correct server issues was minimal. In 2019, a traffic spike caused by the London Marathon's new app led to the meltdown of OSM's custom-built CDN, forcing them to reroute traffic and seek a different solution.
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Fastly Empowers GIPHY to Deliver Billions of GIFs Seamlessly and Cost-Effectively - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Fastly Empowers GIPHY to Deliver Billions of GIFs Seamlessly and Cost-Effectively
GIPHY, a platform that serves billions of stickers, clips, and GIFs daily to its global user base, faced the challenge of delivering content seamlessly, reliably, and cost-effectively. The platform's content enhances conversations across various social media and communication tools, including iMessage, Facebook, Snapchat, and TikTok. The challenge was to ensure a speedy, lag-free search experience for GIPHY end users. Additionally, GIPHY needed to protect its platform from malicious traffic and reduce traffic to origins for cost savings. The company also required data logs to drive analytics and future content development, and needed to maintain agility in the development of platform enhancements.
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Fastly's CDN Solution: A Game Changer for api.video's Global Expansion - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Fastly's CDN Solution: A Game Changer for api.video's Global Expansion
api.video, a European-based company that provides video encoding, delivery, and hosting services, faced significant challenges in scaling its video delivery via its Content Delivery Network (CDN). The company was using a niche CDN provider, CDNetworks, for its two data centers in Canada and Europe. However, the provider was unable to meet the growing demands of api.video. The company faced issues with poor cache performance under full load, especially during live streaming events. This issue was so severe that it restricted product access and hindered the company's scaling efforts. Additionally, the CDN provider only made logs accessible once per day, which made quick mitigation of any abuse impossible. The company also faced issues with opaque routing within its old CDN, which was suboptimal and offered no control. Furthermore, api.video wanted to leverage future features that the previous CDN provider would not allow due to lacking features or mandated policies. These features included supporting custom domains, domain referrer restrictions, the ability to control request log data, and support for the Cloud Data Management Capabilities (CDMC) framework and built-in optimizations for video use cases.
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Atresmedia Enhances Live Streaming Experience with Fastly's Edge Cloud Network - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Atresmedia Enhances Live Streaming Experience with Fastly's Edge Cloud Network
Atresmedia, a leading communication group in Spain, has been expanding its streaming package since its launch, which is a key line of business for the company. The company has turned to live streaming for broadcasting important events, such as sports finals or elections, which have high ratings. Users expect an experience similar to that of broadcast television, with no delays and zero latency. To cater to the increased traffic levels generated by live events, it was crucial for Atresmedia to prepare its entire infrastructure and partner with a CDN to support it, ensuring zero downtime, even if they experienced a tremendous spike in the number of users. The main challenges of live streaming that Atresmedia wanted to address were avoiding latency, improving the quality of the user experience, offering a reliable and scalable architecture that is able to absorb large and unpredictable traffic spikes, reducing the costs associated with live streaming, and having greater control in order to make autonomous, quick changes through API or UI.
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Brandfolder's Enhanced Content Management and Distribution with Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Brandfolder's Enhanced Content Management and Distribution with Fastly
Brandfolder, a digital asset management platform, was facing challenges with its content dissemination feature, the Smart CDN. The company was initially performing eager image transformations, which involved creating different renditions of an image as soon as it was ingested. While this approach could potentially speed up request response times, it significantly increased the ingest time, causing delays for customers. Another challenge was the process of adding watermarks to images. Each image was individually watermarked by Brandfolder and stored until it needed to be served. This process was not only time-consuming but also increased storage costs. Furthermore, the company was looking to update their thumbnailing process, which involved generating thumbnails for all assets in their system. The existing process was creating bottlenecks and hindering scalability.
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Superology's Innovative Approach to Sports Betting with Fastly's CDN Edge Cloud Platform - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Superology's Innovative Approach to Sports Betting with Fastly's CDN Edge Cloud Platform
Superology, a Croatian tech company, was faced with the challenge of developing a social network for betting fans that could handle high performance, scalability, observability, and authentication. The company, which was acquired by Superbet group in 2017, had to accommodate millions of users demanding and consuming sports content constantly. The nature of live sports meant that users had zero tolerance for time lags and blackouts. The company also had to manage a large volume of content requests, which could peak at 15,000 per second. Additionally, Superology needed to monitor all services and act instantly in case of trouble, especially when introducing new features.
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Swift SDK for Compute@Edge: A Leap for Serverless Swift - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Swift SDK for Compute@Edge: A Leap for Serverless Swift
Andrew Barba, an engineer and iOS developer, was faced with the challenge of running Swift, a programming language developed by Apple and the open-source community, on servers. Despite the popularity of Swift in the Apple ecosystem, there was no clear pathway for its use on servers. The Swift community had been laying the groundwork for this, including adding support for compiling code to WebAssembly, but there was little traction. Barba found the development experience of writing JavaScript on Node.js to be lacking compared to building native applications in Swift. He also found the process of getting Swift packages into AWS to be too complex, requiring extensive knowledge about cloud architecture and Docker files.
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Securing Quality Healthcare in the Cloud: A Case Study on One Medical - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Securing Quality Healthcare in the Cloud: A Case Study on One Medical
One Medical, a membership-based primary care practice, was faced with the challenge of securing customer data in line with their cloud-first strategy. The healthcare industry is particularly vulnerable to identity theft, and organizations like One Medical have to manage a multitude of electronic medical records. The company takes the security and confidentiality of their customers’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) seriously, adhering to industry best practices in software development, testing, and internal and external security practices. However, they needed a security solution that could scale with their cloud-first strategy, improve their overall security posture, and remain compliant with HIPAA. They also faced issues with false positives in their environment, which could potentially block doctors from performing critical functions such as submitting prescriptions. Other solutions they evaluated were difficult to deploy into their cloud-first technology stack and caused false positives.
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Scaling EdTech: Skillsoft's 400% Video Traffic Increase Managed by Fastly - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Scaling EdTech: Skillsoft's 400% Video Traffic Increase Managed by Fastly
Skillsoft, a leading EdTech company, faced a significant challenge when its traffic surged by 400% in a short span of time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company, which serves content to 45 million learners in over 160 countries, saw its traffic double between February and March 2020, and then double again from March to April. This sudden spike in demand had the potential to seriously degrade user experience, which is a key factor in EdTech success. Additionally, Skillsoft was also experiencing growth due to global expansion, particularly in India where the EdTech market is expected to quadruple over the next five years. Already, 20% of Skillsoft's traffic was coming from India, and this number was growing.
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RVU's Strategic Use of Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform for Enhanced User Experience and Business Scalability - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
RVU's Strategic Use of Fastly's Edge Cloud Platform for Enhanced User Experience and Business Scalability
RVU, a leading tech company in the UK, owns several market comparison sites and apps. The company has grown through strategic acquisitions, which has led to inconsistencies in tech stacks as each acquired business comes with its own back-end architecture, integrations, and more. This inconsistency posed a challenge to RVU as it sought to provide a secure, single layer of consistency across all its brands. Furthermore, as users have grown increasingly reliant on price-comparison tools, their expectations around security and privacy have also increased. RVU needed a solution that would not only standardize operations across all brands but also fortify all of its brands equally in terms of security and privacy.
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Sauce Labs Enhances Web Application Security with Fastly’s Next-Gen WAF - Fastly Industrial IoT Case Study
Sauce Labs Enhances Web Application Security with Fastly’s Next-Gen WAF
Sauce Labs, the world's largest continuous testing cloud for web and mobile applications, faced a significant challenge in protecting its web applications distributed across a hybrid cloud environment with different application stacks. The company's mission is to ensure that mobile applications and websites work flawlessly on every device, operating system, and browser, delivering an impeccable digital experience to users. However, the company was vulnerable to potential attack vectors, including click fraud and abuse of its free trial virtual machine offering. The Senior Director of Product Security, John Kennedy, was in search of a single technology that could defend against these threats and ensure the security of the company's web applications.
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