Blogs

Carl Levine
July 11, 2018

Addressing the Middle of the Country Routing Problem

According to NS1 research, internet users in Kansas attempting to connect to a distributed application hosted in AWS East and West are sent to the East 85% of the time. Find out why this happens and how to optimize your traffic routing.

Kris Beevers
June 29, 2017

Testing your DNS before cutting over to NS1

It’s fairly common (and smart!) for new NS1 customers to want to do some testing and validation before cutting over production traffic to our DNS.

Carl Levine
June 28, 2017

Automated failover with NS1: UP + PRIORITY Filters

Manual failover is great and all, but it can be even more effective to tie failover into some automation so that as soon as a failure happens in your primary facility, traffic is shifted to your secondary facility.

Kimberly Lacerte
June 5, 2017
Kimberly Lacerte
March 6, 2017

Ecommerce and Internet Reliability

When traffic on the Internet is slow or interrupted your online business suffers.

Nate Frisella
February 20, 2017

Shed Load for Intelligent Global Server Load Balancing

NS1’s global traffic management load balancing (GTM-LB) solution is a Cloud-based solution designed to enable IT professionals to easily manage their global traffic across their private and public datacenters.

Kimberly Lacerte
February 15, 2017

DNS May Be Your Best First Line of Defense Against Ransomware

Defeating ransomware requires utilizing technology to thwart attacks on employee inboxes. Higher adoption of SPF, DKIM, and DMARC coupled with high user awareness of email threats goes a long way to ensuring your network is as secure as possible.

Kimberly Lacerte
February 14, 2017

The Internet of Things Requires a Rethink on DNS

Learn how the NS1 platform can help your organization meet the demands IoT are placing on your business.

Carl Levine
February 13, 2017

Choosing a CDN Provider

Much like choosing a cloud provider to host your application, or a SaaS provider to run your business’ mission-critical productivity software, there are some basic steps to making an informed CDN choice as well.

Carl Levine
February 6, 2017

Choosing a Cloud Provider

Whether you’re choosing to opt for a public Cloud, private Cloud, or a hybrid of the two, there are some key factors to consider in making the decision to go with one (or more) vendors.

Kimberly Lacerte
February 1, 2017

Choosing a SaaS Provider

Changing your software delivery method is no small undertaking. Today we’re talking about the various things to consider when making the decision to move your software to a SaaS provider.

Kimberly Lacerte
January 31, 2017

Public - Private - Hybrid: Choosing The Right Cloud Architecture

Cloud computing is its own architecture and you need to plan for your move to Cloud computing just like you plan everything else.

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