At NS1, we love data, especially actionable data -- making infrastructure and data actionable is what our platform is all about.
We’re pleased to announce our integration with Atlassian’s popular messenger app, HipChat, is now accessible to all NS1 customers.
Announcing Dedicated DNS: The Industry's Only SaaS DNS Solution Deployed on Customer-Controlled Infrastructure
With Dedicated DNS, enterprises gain the benefits of a world-class DNS service deployed on infrastructure they control, architected to their specifications.
Node.js is a great tool for interacting with REST APIs that deal with JSON in responses, but you may need something more programmatic.
Fresh off our Slack and PagerDuty integrations, we’re pleased to announce another exciting addition to our platform – a Datadog Data Source.
We are focused on extending this functionality to all of your favorite applications and today we have another exciting integration to share with you: PagerDuty.
DNS, first proposed in 1983, has long been one of the core protocols of the Internet. How DNS is evolving to meet the needs of the modern internet.
Running a modern web property at scale means that it’s critical to know what’s happening at every layer of your application.
The Internet economy is massive: if it were a country it would rank as the fifth largest in the world, barely edging out Germany.
When you claim that DNS is a powerful tool and is an essential part of your cloud strategy, you may raise a few eyebrows.
We are announcing the general availability of Pulsar™ as a fully integrated component of the NS1 platform.
In four seconds, at least a quarter of your website visitors will have given up and left if your page isn't fully loaded.
NS1 is a customer service company that also happens to be a cutting edge DNS and traffic management provider.
DNS is a fundamental idea core to the way we use the internet today. Managed DNS is newer and its capabilities and features have evolved over time.
So you want to run your own domain name server inside your own network. What could possibly go wrong?