Amit Fridman

Amit Fridman

Vice President Engineering at Crescendo Networks
Joined on December 2, 2009
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Amit is responsible for research and development and quality assurance activities at Crescendo Networks. He has over 14 years of experience in managing and designing complex data communications and telecommunications products. Prior to joining Crescendo, Amit was Hardware Director at Corrigent Networks, a subsidiary of Orckit Communications (ORCT). Amit also held key positions in board design, FPGA design and System Engineering within the research and development teams of Telrad Networks and Chromatis Networks, which was later acquired by Lucent Technologies (ALU). Amit holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

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Application Delivery Controllers as Safety Net for Ad Servers

Ad serving platforms drive a lot of web site revenue. These software platforms grant a site manager control over local or remote ads appearing on his web site. Over the years these platforms grew in functionality and today they offer diverse functions... Performance issues on such a platform can take down the ads on dozens of different sites, causing massive loss of revenues to the site and the platform owners. more

Application Delivery Controller: So Long, Crystal Ball

Do you know how big your web site will be in a year? You probably can guess, or even estimate how much traffic will hit your site in a year. You can also use millennia proven methods such as Crystal Balls, Animal Entrails or even Coffee Stains. But seriously, it is no easy task evaluating site growth in this volatile, ever changing economy. A key element in the scaling of any web site is the Application Delivery Controller (ADC). more

Web Application Delivery: The Challenge of Managing Thousands of Web Applications in the Cloud

Cloud Computing is a hot topic. Some say it is already here, most agree that it will be much bigger in the coming years. It is pushed forward by the economic benefits of virtualization and consolidation. Take a heterogeneous data center, full of many kinds of servers, running a myriad of applications and consolidate it into a uniform farm of virtual machines, where each application is services by one or more VMs and you have a cloud, what is called a private cloud. more

The Coming of the ADC

In the previous decade and the beginning of this one, Server Load Balancing (SLB) reigned supremely in the web data center. Lately, a new class of products is replacing the older load balancers. These products are known as Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) and in the following paragraphs I will share my thoughts on the reasons for that. more

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