In today’s world of multiple data centers, cloud regions, and highly-distributed networks, your DNS needs to be just as highly distributed as your content.
Many of our customers rely on Grafana and even our NOC uses it to monitor our network performance.To give more of our users access to this powerful solution, we've teamed up with raintank (the company behind Grafana) to develop an NS1 app
So you want to run your own domain name server inside your own network. What could possibly go wrong?
Our Load Shedding automatically adjusts the flow of traffic to your endpoints in real-time based on telemetry coming right from your endpoints or application.
At NS1, we’re all about pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with DNS.
Linked records are available in the NS1 portal today! Here’s a quick tutorial of how to create them.
We know you’re big on saving time and making DNS configurations faster and easier. That’s why our intelligent DNS solutions let you clone records instead of creating each one individually.
NS1’s platform is fully edns0-client-subnet (ECS) enabled. This means Google Public DNS, and other ECS-enabled resolvers will send details about the user doing a DNS query, which is then used to improve routing by leveraging your NS1 Filter Chains.
The standard redundant DNS setup is to configure a Primary and Secondary provider for your DNS in a master/slave configuration. In this scenario we’ll show NS1 as the primary(master) DNS provider and another DNS provider as the secondary(slave).
ALIAS records are the answer to that quirky DNS problem of not being able to reliably CNAME your “naked” domain (a.k.a. “zone apex” a.k.a. “root domain”).
We love real-time data. It quickly confirms that traffic is flowing and gives a snapshot of current traffic levels. In fact, when you login to our customer portal, one of the first things you’ll see is your current queries per second (QPS)
One of the most common DNS configurations you might want to implement is active-passive failover.