So you want to run your own domain name server inside your own network. What could possibly go wrong?
When you look at the history of the DNS industry, the incumbent players have done a good job refining the technology.
The most common way to ensure page load speed is to host your application in many locations, and route each visitor to the closest location.
Someone is going around slashing fiber cables in the San Francisco Bay Area. What does this mean for internet traffic?
Our CEO, Kris Beevers, joins the venerable Ask Mr. DNS Podcast with other leaders in the DNS space.
Starting today, you can configure Data Feeds to integrate with alerts from New Relic.
After our years of experience watching the tectonic shifts in the internet infrastructure industry we set out to rethink DNS and traffic management with NSONE.
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.
Looking to create a secondary site? NS1 customers have the power to configure automatic failover in just a few minutes with our flexible DNS tools.
It’s common to have multiple DNS zones where one zone is a “vanity domain” for a “real” zone.
2014 has been an amazing journey for NSONE.
NSONE integrates with several third party data feeds to enable real-time control of your traffic routing when used in conjunction with our Filter Chain.
At NS1, we’re all about pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with DNS.
Our CEO, Kris Beevers, gave a talk at Surge 2014 discussing traffic management for distributed applications.
This week, one of our clients, sine.com, was posted on the popular social news website, Reddit.