Chaos engineering, the practice of intentionally introducing problems to identify points of failure in systems, has become an important component in delivering high-performing, resilient enterprise applications.
NS1 delivers traffic management solutions that power the biggest and most demanding applications and sites on the internet. Our technology is novel and highly differentiated, but the thing that truly sets us apart is our people.
Technologically mature organizations understand that DNS performance impacts app performance, as well as the damaging consequences when their DNS is slow, compromised, or goes down altogether.
Authoritative DNS’ ubiquity and critical position in application infrastructure make it both a prime target for attackers and an opportunity to dodge downtime and defend against threats.
Can real user metric (RUM) based DNS traffic steering significantly improve application performance? Pulsar provides RUM steering within our Managed DNS service.
One of the critical user experience-impacting variables for gaming companies is DNS.
DevOps culture emphasizes collaboration and communication among software developers, QA, and other IT operations professionals.
Details are still emerging around a two-pronged attack against a popular cryptocurrency website - Jonathan Lewis explores the attack, and provides helpful tips to avoid being impacted in a similar fashion.
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.
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.
NS1 now supports CERT resource records for storing certificates in DNS.
VP of Product, Jonathan Lewis, introduces the new NS1 / Terraform Integration.
The rapid evolution of the Internet has been a windfall for just about every industry in the world. A common communication bus that has enabled businesses from every corner of the planet to do business in ways that were previously inconceivable.
Ever had to wait for a DNS change to take place? We'd forgotten how much that sucks, until one of Carl's fellow coworking space denizens experienced it with his registrar's DNS.