A secure DNS is a key part of an organization's security posture, protecting both online presence, and internal applications.
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Authoritative DNS’ ubiquity and critical position in application infrastructure make it both a prime target for attackers and an opportunity to dodge downtime and defend against threats.
Working on a product with the goal to simplify intelligent and automated routing across complex, multihomed infrastructure environments, means you get to connect with customers who run impressive traffic management and DevOps teams.
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The 2019 DZone DevOps Guide covers trends like the rise of DevXOps and takes a deep dive into DevSecOps.
Today, traffic management is typically accomplished through complex and expensive networking techniques like BGP anycasting, capex-heavy hardware appliances with global load balancing add-ons, or by leveraging a third party Managed DNS platform.
Can real user metric (RUM) based DNS traffic steering significantly improve application performance? Pulsar provides RUM steering within our Managed DNS service.
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.
In this new report for 2019, 451 Research describes how intelligent and automated DNS systems are improving application rollout, delivery & performance.
One of the critical user experience-impacting variables for gaming companies is DNS.
Optimize performance while factoring in other key considerations for your business such as stability, cost and commit management.
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According to NS1 research, internet users in Kansas attempting to connect to a distributed application hosted in AWS East and West are sent to the East 85% of the time. Find out why this happens and how to optimize your traffic routing.
In April we blogged about an attack on MyEtherWallet. This was a sophisticated attack combining both BGP hijacking and DNS man-in-the-middle that directed myetherwallet users to a bogus, phishing website. Something similar has happened again.
NS1 CEO Kris Beevers announces Private DNS - bringing NS1's same innovative, software driven approach for next-generation DNS into self hosted enterprise environments.