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Neustar Acquisition of Verisign Businesses Signals Further Consolidation Among Legacy Enterprise DNS Providers
A little over a week ago, Neustar announced its acquisition of Verisign’s security services unit, including Verisign’s managed DNS contracts, along with other contracts for recursive DNS, DDoS mitigation, and WAF services.
Optimize performance while factoring in other key considerations for your business such as stability, cost and commit management.
NS1 CEO Kris Beevers announces Private DNS - bringing NS1's same innovative, software driven approach for next-generation DNS into self hosted enterprise environments.
NS1 is pleased to announce the latest 2.0 iteration of Pulsar, which enables customers to achieve truly bleeding edge performance and enable reliable and secure application delivery architectures, more easily than ever before.
At NS1, we have lots of conversations with customers about how to make sure DNS is not a single point of failure in their infrastructure. It is not a trivial matter.
Occasionally, we get questions from customers as to whether caching by DNS resolvers defeats the purpose of DNS based load balancing, failover and perhaps DNS traffic management in general. This article addresses those questions.
DNSSEC has been around for a long time and many managed DNS providers already support it. Is NS1 joining the DNSSEC party a big deal? To answer that question let’s consider how widely deployed DNSSEC is and the underlying reasons why.
We just released a new technology called Nameserver Acceleration™ for China, making it simpler for global enterprises to gain the advantages of high performance DNS and traffic management.
We just announced the launch of Managed DNS for China, a new service designed to improve the speed, manageability, and reliability of online services in China.
The CAA record is a whitelist of your domain's certificate providers. It is optional for domain owners, however, in September 2017 certificate authorities are required to check for a CAA record prior to issuing certificates for a domain.