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Most of the comments from footpad on down are incredibly on the mark here. Especially in a company the size of your the problem has nothing to do with the code but politics, however here's a technical add-on that might make your solution more appealing

Propose to resolve the SSL issue with a product called BIG-IP and make a formal written proposal with the architecture including it.


The Big IP handles all of the load balancing and SSL striping eliminating the load from your server while bloating the budget to something they can accept easier. As well as making your product easier to handle heavier loads. Secondly it provides an opportunity for someone higher up the political food chain to 'discover' how else the BigIP could be utilized in other ways by your company. Let this bigger fish run with this idea and he'll bring your product along with his new 'brain child'

It doesn't have to be this product, it just fit's into the methodology I'm trying to show you.

Anonymous Monk -> It's called 'Management' not because of the work that's managed but the work required upon the ego's of those with the title ;)

In reply to Re: Management that just doesn't understand by Anonymous Monk
in thread Management that just doesn't understand by the_slycer

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