A CAA record is a special type of DNS record (think TXT or CERT) that allows domain owners to authorize specific third party vendors to issue SSL certificates on behalf of their domains.
Join us on May 22-24, 2017 in the Gerding Theater at The Armory in Portland, OR for Monitorama, the industry's premier conference for open-source monitoring tools and the folks who use and implement them.
Join us for Interop ITX at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 15th - May 19, 2017. Interop ITX offers five days of world-class education, compelling speakers, and unlimited networking opportunities to drive you businesses forward.
Come read more from NS1’s Nate Lindstrom as he talks about URLs, DNS name resolution, and EasyRedir in his new guest blog post
ADCs, known as load balancers, enable response affinity for users in your data center. What about when a user's DNS refreshes? Response affinity from an ADC can't help them. NS1's Sticky filters can.
NS1 now supports CERT resource records for storing certificates in DNS.
One of the most important metrics CMOs need to manage is the website conversion rate. Whether your conversion goal is an online purchase or a visitor becoming a qualified lead, every conversion brings you closer to meeting your business goals.
Server load balancing continues to be a core element of IT infrastructure, even as applications move from traditional data center architectures to the Cloud.
VP of Product, Jonathan Lewis, introduces the new NS1 / Terraform Integration.
We sent our road-warrior Senior Tech Evangelist Carl down to SXSW to figure out how to get people excited about our mission to #buildasmarterinternet - here's some observations and experiences he had in his travels!
Join our Senior Technical Evangelist Carl Levine for breakfast tacos and a delicious side of Application Delivery in Austin on Sunday, March 12th!
When traffic on the Internet is slow or interrupted your online business suffers.
Recent events in the industry have shifted the spotlight onto the implementation of automation in various parts of the technology stack. NS1's Senior Technical Evangelist, Carl Levine, shares his thoughts.