[Webinar] Navigating Around DNS Performance Issues in China with NS1 and Catchpoint

Using Intelligent DNS for Cloud-Optimized Global Routing


As with many Internet applications, the entry point to Teridion’s services is DNS. To reinforce their core mission of consistently delivering high performance for their customers’ services, Teridion needed an advanced DNS and traffic management solution to address several key challenges.


After significant testing and benchmarking, Teridion chose NS1 to address its routing and performance challenges. NS1 helped implement rules to prevent poor performance or downtime. Built-in disaster recovery, failover and load shedding filters protect Teridion’s service from unexpected network and infrastructure events.


NS1’s global Managed DNS network substantially improved Teridion’s network performance, resulting in a better, more responsive user experience. Implementing edns-client-subnet and other advanced traffic filters was easy and intuitive; And in conjunction with NS1’s Filter Chain gave Teridion the flexibility to adjust their routing parameters with ease.

Furthermore, by routing around network and infrastructure issues, Teridion is able to shield its customers from outages and performance degradation - delivering a consistent level of performance.

Ultimately, Teridion is able to save time, lower operational costs, and improve user experience by leveraging NS1’s next-gen DNS and traffic management solution. 

About Teridion

Teridion is bridging high performance global connectivity over the public Internet between data centers and end users. With Teridion’s Global Cloud Network, cloud providers and enterprises deliver application and services up to 20 times faster, while benefiting from Internet cost efficiencies.

Unlike traditional content delivery networks, Teridion’s solution is provisioned in a matter of minutes with no additional hardware or software. The platform scales on-demand, works for uploads as well as downloads, and is not limited by geography, cloud provider, or end-user devices.

The result: files upload faster, web conferences run smoother, videos stream quicker, applications achieve optimal performance, and users are more productive.