Redundancy is an essential first requirement in the modern application architecture.
Four years ago the challenge for managers looking to build chaos engineering teams was that, well… chaos engineering didn’t exist – not in its current form anyway.
We’ve been named alongside some of New York’s top tech startups as one to watch in 2019!
Discerning what data is most important to provide context around a given piece of infrastructure, or even a complete layer of the stack remains one of the key challenges.
NS1 has a family of integrations to help you get the most out of your infrastructure as code projects using our Managed DNS solutions.
A multi-CDN approach to global content delivery allows you to provide a best-in-breed solution to your users.
Portal 2 came with many features in addition to a new look and feel for the product portal. This article reviews the Monitors section and the new feature updates.
A brief overview of CDNs and how NS1 helps make your CDN(s) work smarter.
All online companies know the challenge of ensuring their internet content and transactions load quickly enough to keep the user’s attention. Speed matters whether that user is five miles from headquarters or 10,000 miles away.
All internet traffic depends on the DNS protocol, the mechanism for connecting end users to content. The problem AdTech companies run into is traditional DNS has stagnated from an internet traffic routing standpoint.
Online gaming providers need to ensure their networks are on the cutting edge of technology, ensuring continuous play time for their customers. DNS is an essential part of that network and can enhance your customer experience across the globe.
Given that delivering high scale, high performance online services is a core business requirement in the 21st century, it is not surprising that reliability and infrastructure engineers are taking a closer look at their DNS.
A summary of DNS research presented by the author in May 2017 at the DNS-OARC Workshop in Madrid, Spain.
Come read more from NS1’s Kris Beevers as he talks about "Why We Built our own DNS Server From the Ground up" on his Medium blog.
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!
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.