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.
The great city of Boston is hosting a DevOpsDays event on September 18th and 19th - Join us!
NS1's inaugural showing at one of Europe's premier digital marketing conferences. See how NS1 can help accelerate your ad delivery and e-commerce resiliency efforts. Learn more...
Join us at the Holiday Inn Mart Plaza in downtown Chicago, along with a bunch of other great companies. More info...
It’s been less than a year since we raised a $23M Series B to accelerate our product development and customer growth, and we have really just begun to invest that capital – so why did we do it again?
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.
We'll be in Plano, TX, at the Capital One Conference Center for DevOpsDays Dallas. Join us August 29th and 30th!
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.
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.
It’s fairly common (and smart!) for new NS1 customers to want to do some testing and validation before cutting over production traffic to our DNS.
Manual failover is great and all, but it can be even more effective to tie failover into some automation so that as soon as a failure happens in your primary facility, traffic is shifted to your secondary facility.
Software defined networking (SDN) has become a prolific buzzword and a topic of heated debate throughout the networking community at large, especially with the advent of dockerized systems.
In normal DNS resolution, when a resolver attempts to resolve a domain name, it queries the authoritative nameservers for the domain. If the nameservers for a domain exist inside the domain itself, a glue record is needed to resolve the domain name.
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.