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New Subscription Plans for Managed DNS

Last week NS1 launched a new set of subscription plans for our Managed DNS service and we’re excited to tell you more about them. So, what are the changes, why did we make them, and what has been the reaction so far?

By Jonathan Sullivan July 7, 2017

Software Defined Networking

Software defined networking (SDN) has become a prolific buzzword and a topic of heated debate, throughout the networking community at large, especially with the advent of dockerized systems.

By Christian Saide June 22, 2017

Glue Records and Dedicated DNS

In normal DNS resolution, when a resolver attempts to resolve a domain name, it queries the authoritative nameservers for the domain. If the nameservers for a domain exist inside the domain itself, a glue record is needed to resolve the domain name.

By Isaac Onigman June 21, 2017

Kicking Off Summer At Boston TechJam 2017

Join NS1 at the 2017 TechJam in Boston’s City Hall Plaza as we celebrate the coming of the summer weather, and all things great about tech. Fun, games, food trucks, and Jack's Abby craft beer are all on the docket!

By Carl Levine June 7, 2017

NS1's Favorite Memorial Day Cookout Recipes

A few of our colleagues have shared some of their favorite things they like to whip up in the kitchen when it comes time to celebrate Memorial Day with their friends and family, and we hope you’ll give them a try this weekend!

By Carl Levine May 29, 2017

The CAA Record Type Explained

A CAA record is a special type of DNS record (think TXT or CERT) that allows domain owners to authorize specific third party vendors to issue SSL certificates on behalf of their domains.

By Kimberly Lacerte May 17, 2017

Let the Countdown to Interop ITX Begin

Join us for Interop ITX at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 15th - May 19, 2017. Interop ITX offers five days of world-class education, compelling speakers, and unlimited networking opportunities to drive you businesses forward.

By Alex Vayl May 10, 2017