Moving towards a fully encrypted Internet: DNS encryption and ESNI in TLS

encrypted InternetWeb browsing first began as a system lacking in privacy that allowed users to view simple content in text mode. Since then, the service has evolved in both functionality–allowing you to view complex designs–and in its access methods–said web content can be downloaded encrypted.

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Javier Dargel: Telecommunication Engineer, is part of Teldat's R&D Department. Within this department he is specialized in Operating System Development

High-speed Internet from space: The Starlink network

SatelliteAccessing the Internet from space is not new, with many companies (OneWeb, Space Norway, Telesat, etc.) now offering it. More recently, however, a new participant has emerged on the scene promising something different – Starlink. SpaceX’s plan is to create a network of 12,000 satellites that fly from 350 to 1160 km above our heads and provide fast Internet access using lasers.

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Fernando Hernández: Fernando Hernández Sánchez is a Computer Engineer (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) who works in the R&D department. Within that department he is part of the Cloud Appliances group as a Software Engineer.

DTLS security over UDP

dtlsDTLS (Datagram transport Layer Security) is a protocol that provides privacy for UDP communications. To understand DTLS, you first need to understand UDP.

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Jesus Cristina: Computer Engineer in the Teldat R&D department. Within this department he works as Software Developer

Web components – understanding the technology

lorena costa teldatWeb Components is a standard introduced by the W3C for creating new elements for the web. It also allows developers to easily reuse and extend both the developed components and native elements. As they are part of the browser, no external library like jQuery is required. All you need to use your web component is a sentence in your HTML.

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Lorena Costa: Computer Engineer in the Teldat R&D Department. Within this department she works as a programmer in the Cloud Team

Microservices, Dockers and Kubernetes

microservicesMany companies today are opting for microservices-based architecture. And this most certainly has to do with the fact that microservices are a perfect complement to SDN/SD-WAN technology, allowing the modules that make up the applications to be implanted in numerous servers or data centers.

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Carlos Masso: Computer Engineer in the Teldat R&D Department. Within this department he works as a programmer in the Cloud Team