DDoS, the Cloud, Digital Transformation Hot Topics at the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference 2016
NS1's Vice President of Marketing, Jason Thompson takes a look at this year's Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference.
Last week, Oracle announced it was acquiring Dyn. Here are a few quick thoughts.
Whether your aim is to replace an existing server or to bolster your infrastructure with additional resources, this article explains how using NS1’s Filter Chain can make that transition as seamless as possible.
DNS, it turns out, can be quite difficult to properly benchmark. Our VP of Solutions Engineering, Nate Lindstrom, takes a deep dive into why that's the case.
At a time when Internet stability has become a serious concern for all online businesses, it's refreshing to hear from a company with redundancy in mind.
For many enterprises, DNS is deployed in a single-threaded fashion. There is no back up and if something goes wrong, it represents a single point of failure, often for the company’s entire digital estate.
Netlify is an automation platform for modern CDN based sites and apps, and runs multiple CDNs. Our own intelligent CDN stands at the core of Netlify, but we also utilize larger classic CDN providers (e.g. Akamai, Cloudfront).
As the notion of today’s Internet became a more pervasive thing, early attempts at redundancy resulted in some interesting experiments by curious technologists.
On the heels of a $20M Series B investment, NS1 is expanding their footprint to tap the vast talent pool of the Greater Boston region.
In the context of the DNS, delegation is the assignment of name servers to a given domain name. This information tells the respective registry where the authoritative servers live for a name, so that DNS resolution can happen.
The chief difference between a CNAME record and an ALIAS record is not in the result—both point to another DNS record—but in how they resolve the target DNS record when queried.