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Ansible

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Ansible is a powerful DevOps automation toolkit.  The NS1 Ansible module supports automated management of your zones and records, including full support for configuring Filter Chains.  Integrate NS1 into your provisioning and deployment automation pipeline.

Download the module on GitHub.

Apache Mesos

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Apache Mesos abstracts CPU, memory, storage, and other compute resources away from machines (physical or virtual), enabling fault-tolerant and elastic distributed systems to easily be built and run effectively.

Because service discovery is a key challenge, we've developed an experimental Mesos connector, mesos2ns1, to enable service discovery for Mesos clusters via NS1's Managed DNS and Dedicated DNS networks.

For more details, see the README and the rest of the project on Github.

Boundary

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Boundary is a SaaS-based monitoring solution for cloud and server infrastructure - allowing you to monitor, visualize and alert with one second resolution. Use our new integration to push Boundary monitoring data into NS1 to automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Boundary Data Source in the NS1 portal.

Catchpoint

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Catchpoint’s suite of world-class Web Performance Monitoring offer tools enabled to optimize and protect the speed and uptime of your website, applications and infrastructure with powerful analytics, alerting and troubleshooting.

Our integration allows users to utilize Catchpoint as a Data Source to push monitoring data into NS1 and automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Catchpoint Data Source in the NS1 portal.

Datadog

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Datadog is a widely used SaaS-based monitoring solution. Use our new integration to push Datadog monitoring data into NS1 to automate real-time traffic management.

Check out this knowledge base article for a step-by-step guide to setting up your Datadog integration.

Go

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The Go language is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.

The NS1 golang client resides in the ns1-go.v2/rest package, and simply augments http/client with authentication, rate limiting, and more.

Learn more at the GitHub repository. Additional documentation can be found on Godocs.

Grafana

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Grafana is a powerful visualization solution for displaying various metrics through a web browser. Grafana is most commonly used for visualizing time series data for Internet infrastructure and application analytics and can be used for other applications, such as industrial sensors, home automation, weather, and process control.

The NS1 Grafana app provides real time and historic visibility into query-per-second (QPS) traffic and NS1’s high frequency monitoring. 

Download the NS1 Grafana app at Grafana.net.

HipChat

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NS1’s native monitoring platform can deliver alerts directly to your team via HipChat.

The integration is customizable – just select the room where you want notifications delivered and help alert your team about issues before they turn into wildfires.

To setup your own notifications, head on over to our knowledgebase and follow this simple guide.

Monitis

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Monitis is an all-in-one application monitoring platform.

With this integration you can connect your Monitis account as a Data Source to push monitoring data into NS1 and automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Monitis Data Source in the NS1 portal.

Monitor.us

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Monitor.us is a cloud-based platform designed for website uptime and response time monitoring, server health monitoring, network performance monitoring, custom metrics monitoring, and more.

With this integration you can connect your Monitor.us account as a Data Source to push monitoring data into NS1 and automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Monitor.us Data Source in the NS1 portal.

New Relic

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New Relic is a SaaS-based software analytics platform offering app performance management and mobile monitoring solutions.

With this integration you can connect your New Relic account as a Data Source to push monitoring data into NS1 and automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the New Relic Data Source in the NS1 portal.

NS1 Command Line Interface (ns1cli)

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NS1's Command Line Interface (ns1cli) is a lightweight shell application that can be installed easily from the pip package manager, providing access to NS1's Data-Driven DNS platform at your fingertips.

From your command line, do a pip install for the ns1cli package:

$ pip install ns1cli

The requisite components will be loaded into your environment, and the utility will be ready to use. More information on using the utility can be found in this technical article.

You can access the source on NS1's GitHub.

NS1 JS API

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This is a high level JS client for NS1.com's REST API. Works as a Node.js module, tested on Node v 5+. If you'd like to use this in the browser and need to bypass our CORS restrictions, please contact us directly. Requires an NS1 account w/ an API key.

Download the package on GitHub.

PHP

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This package provides a PHP SDK for accessing the NS1 DNS platform and includes both a simple NS1 REST API wrapper as well as a higher level interface for managing zones, records, data feeds, and more. It requires PHP 5.3+ and the curl extension.

Download the package on GitHub.


Pager Duty

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Tired of receiving email notifications about your monitors when you’re not on call? Now you can send NS1 monitoring notifications through to PagerDuty.

This integration is ideal for teams with prioritization schedules managed in PagerDuty. Follow the steps outlined in the setup guide posted to our knowledge base to get started.

Pingdom

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Pingdom is a well known and widely used cloud-based uptime and performance monitoring solution. Use our new integration to push Pingdom monitoring data into NS1 to automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Pingdom Data Source in the NS1 portal.

Python SDK

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This package provides a python SDK for accessing the NSONE DNS platform and includes both a simple NSONE REST API wrapper as well as a higher level interface for managing zones, records, data feeds, and more. It supports synchronous and asynchronous transports. Both python 2.7 and 3.3 are supported.

Download the package on GitHub.

Rackspace

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Rackspace Cloud Monitoring is an enterprise-grade solution that helps keep your applications up and running fast—all of the time. Remote monitoring tests connectivity from regional zones deployed throughout our global data centers, and agent-based monitoring gathers information from inside each resource.

With this integration you can connect your Rackspace Cloud Monitoring account as a Data Source to push monitoring data into NS1 and automate real-time traffic management.

To activate this integration, simply connect the Rackspace Cloud Monitoring Data Source in the NS1 portal.

Slack

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NS1’s native monitoring platform can deliver alerts directly to your team via Slack.

The integration is fully customizable – notify your entire operations team when there’s a blip in your primary datacenter, or restrict specific notifications to a individual users or channels. Leveraging NS1 alerts helps improve communication so your team can put out small fires quickly - before they become raging infernos.

To setup your own notifications, head on over to our knowledgebase and follow this simple guide.

Terraform

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Terraform is infrastructure as code software that enables DevOps teams to safely and predictably create, change and reproduce production infrastructure. NS1 Terraform Provider integration supports the ability to integrate resource creation and updates with the registration of those resources in the NS1 DNS. 

More information is available directly from Terraform.

Code Articles

Setting Up Simple Mail Forwarding With Postfix + NS1

Chances are, you’ve got a domain name that has been waiting in the wings for your next project but you’re not all-in on spinning up a full-blown email server yet. In this article, we’ll go through some basic steps using a Linux box in the cloud, Postfix and NS1’s DNS to make an MX record. Step 1: S... Continue Reading

Building a Simple CDN with NS1

The goal of a Content Delivery Network, or CDN, is to get your static content located as close to your end users as possible—which typically involves distributing multiple copies of your content in locations that are likely to be near clusters or groups of users, so that speed is maximized whe... Continue Reading

Announcing the New NS1 Javascript Client

Node.js is a great tool for interacting with REST API’s that deal with JSON in responses, but you may need something more programmatic. And if you’ve been interacting with NS1’s API via Node.js and require a high level client library, this update is for you.Today we’re happy to announce that NS1 has... Continue Reading

SDK/Toolkit Integrations

NS1 GoLang Library

Golang is a great language for many reasons, one of them being that its standard library comes with everything you need to develop a REST client (from http/client to json encoding/decoding). We are excited to announce that we have just released a Go client for our REST api. The golang client resi... Continue Reading

NS1 Command Line Interface (ns1cli)

There's nothing quite as convenient as not having to leave the warm ASCII glow of your Terminal window to make DNS changes. NS1's Command Line Interface (ns1cli) is a lightweight shell application that can be installed easily from the pip package manager, providing access to NS1's Data-Driven DNS pl... Continue Reading

NS1 Ansible Modules

At NS1, we are heavy users of Ansible, the devops automation tool. We manage production, staging, and development environments and configurations with Ansible, and the velocity with which we can automate our systems is a big part of how we’re able to innovate so rapidly. Our customers... Continue Reading

NS1 Javascript Client

Node.js is a great tool for interacting with REST API’s that deal with JSON in responses, but you may need something more programmatic. And if you’ve been interacting with NS1’s API via Node.js and require a high level client library, this update is for you. Today we’re happy to announce that N... Continue Reading

NS1 Python SDK

Even though our REST API is curlable and super easy to work with, it can also be nice to have a higher level interface that integrates seamlessly with your backend stack. With that in mind, we’re happy to announce our first client library for the NS1 REST API: Python! This SDK provides... Continue Reading

NS1 PHP SDK

The NS1 PHP SDK enables access to the NS1 DNS platform and includes both a simple NS1 REST API wrapper as well as a higher level interface for managing zones, records, data feeds, and more. It requires PHP 5.3+ and the curl extension. Download the package on GitHub.... Continue Reading

Technical Articles

Testing your DNS before cutting over to NS1

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. But there’s a problem: how can you do DNS lookups with NS1 if your existing nameserver is still authoritative for your domain? We have a short Knowled... Continue Reading

Automated failover with NS1: UP + PRIORITY Filters

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. The simplest way to do this is to leverage monitoring tools or services to detect a ... Continue Reading

Software Defined Networking

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. However, as a devops engineer who has implemented multiple SDNs, I have found that there are really three que... Continue Reading

SRTT and Recursive DNS Resolvers

Recursive DNS resolvers query authoritative nameservers to answer DNS queries. Some recursive resolvers query the authoritative nameservers in a “round robin” fashion. For queries routed through these resolvers, traffic will be evenly distributed among all identified nameservers for the domain in qu... Continue Reading

Setting Up Data Feeds with HAProxy and Shed Load Filters

Load balancers reliably distribute traffic across multiple backend servers. NS1’s inbound API data feeds and SHED_LOAD filter can globally load balance DNS traffic across all of your points of presence (POPs). How does this work in practice? The API data feeds use live metrics ingested from your l... Continue Reading

Integrated Traffic Management - Overview

NS1’s integrated traffic management program provides the technical and design support that enables enterprises to leverage real-time telemetry from application delivery controllers to optimize application performance and infrastructure utilization. Integrated architectures deliver better application... Continue Reading

Exploring DNS with tcpdump and Wireshark

For those looking to get a really granular look inside DNS queries, or really any network traffic, the tool of choice is tcpdump. Short of looking at the 1s and 0s that are transmitted, tcpdump in concert with a tool like Wireshark can take a snapshot of network traffic during a specified window o... Continue Reading

What Is The Lowest TTL I Can Get Away With?

As we’ve explored in other articles, the Time To Live value (TTL for short) is a mechanism that controls how long a resolver or recursive DNS server should hold the information about a DNS query in its cache. This allows for reduced strain on the authoritative DNS server, and provides a quicker resp... Continue Reading

Anycast: The Fastest Route to a Smart Internet

Anycast: The Fastest Route to a Smarter Internet Anycast, a network addressing and routing method, enables DNS routing requests to be answered by the closest available instance of the IP address queried. This means Internet requests are answered faster, connecting your customers and employees to... Continue Reading

Ecommerce and Internet Reliability

When traffic on the Internet is slow or interrupted your online business suffers. Customers can’t reach you or they lose interest when your web page doesn’t load in their 8-second attention span, and you lose money. As the IT leader for your business, you need to ensure that your online business is ... Continue Reading

Shed Load for Intelligent Global Server Load Balancing

NS1’s global traffic management load balancing (GTM-LB) solution is a Cloud-based solution designed to enable IT professionals to easily manage their global traffic across their private and public datacenters. This unique offering allows enterprises to leverage the NS1 platform’s authoritative DNS a... Continue Reading

DNS May Be Your Best First Line of Defense Against Ransomware

In 2016 nearly 40 percent of enterprises were hit with ransomware, up 400% in just the past two years. The preferred attack vector? 59% of the time ransomware attacks originate in your employee’s inbox. Email gives attackers easy access to less security-aware employees who get tricked into thinking ... Continue Reading

The Internet of Things Requires a Rethink on DNS

Gartner estimates that by the year 2020, there will be approximately 20.8 billion things connected to the Internet in addition to the traditional connected items such as computers, smart phones, and tablets. (Gartner, 2015) That’s about three times the estimated number of people who will populate th... Continue Reading

Choosing a CDN Provider

Continuing on the theme of building a strong, distributed infrastructure for your application or platform, let’s take a look at Content Delivery Networks. For the uninitiated, the concept of a CDN is simple - it’s a globally distributed network that stores and serves static content that is used by y... Continue Reading

Choosing a Cloud Provider

Now that we’ve explored the different types of Cloud architecture available on the market, and discussed some best practices around selecting a SaaS provider to underpin your company’s productivity solutions, it’s time to dive in and look at some best practices around selecting a Cloud provider. Whe... Continue Reading

Choosing a SaaS Provider

Last year, IDC predicted that Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery will significantly outpace traditional software product delivery in the near future. By 2020, the cloud software model will account for $1 of every $3.51 spent on software. (IDC, September 2016) If you aren’t already using SaaS appl... Continue Reading

Feeding Application Metrics To NS1

Now that we’ve established that there’s a bonafide use for all that extra metadata you may have hanging around, it’s time to go where the rubber hits the proverbial road. At NS1, we’ve provided two ways to get data from your application stack to our platform. This article will give a high level over... Continue Reading

Fully Leveraging Your Infrastructure

Every day, somewhere north of 2.5 Quintillion bytes of data are generated by all manner of things that generate data. Unsurprisingly, about 90% of that data is unstructured, meaning it just exists and doesn’t serve a higher purpose than just being. While these numbers, at a macro scale, are not nece... Continue Reading

What's In A Name? Best Practices For Naming Your Hosts

One of the key tenets of Digital Transformation and moving to the cloud is the notion of scalability. Attention to the smallest and seemingly pedantic details will pay dividends when it comes time to spin up a bunch of new servers or cloud instances. How Hard Could It Be? Surprisingly, naming anyt... Continue Reading

Geofencing: Use Cases

What is Geofencing? Geofencing is a technology that uses Geographic IP metadata to pinpoint a user's location in the world. Once the IP is pinpointed, geofencing technology can restrict or allow access to areas or use of items in a certain area based on a user's location. Thanks to the ubiquity of ... Continue Reading

Setting Up G Suite On Your NS1 Hosted Zone

As the cloud becomes a more pervasive part of our daily lives, the reliance on dedicated services such as self-hosted mail servers and collaboration suites is diminishing. One of the earliest moves toward a cloud based productivity suite was Google Apps - which is today referred to G Suite. This a... Continue Reading

Understanding AFSDB Records

In addition to the basic DNS record types that were defined in the original RFC for the protocol, additional feature-specific record types have been added over the years to accommodate interoperability of other peripheral technologies in conjunction with the DNS. AFSDB records are used for locating... Continue Reading

Understanding SRV Records

In addition to the basic DNS record types that were defined in the original RFC for the protocol, additional feature-specific record types have been added over the years to accommodate interoperability of other peripheral technologies in conjunction with the DNS. The Service Record, or SRV record,... Continue Reading

Setting Up SPF and DKIM For SendGrid On Your NS1 Hosted Zone

Email deliverability is a key metric that must be held in the highest regard when it comes to ecommerce and customer satisfaction. We all know the feeling of placing an order online and not receiving a confirmation email immediately - doubt sets in and we wonder “did my order actually go through?”. ... Continue Reading

Understanding TTL Values In DNS Records

In an ideal world, the DNS would be like one of those As-Seen-On-TV rotisserie ovens - set it and forget it. However, the Internet is a dynamically changing place and what may be relevant in one moment may not be the next. To cope with this, the DNS was designed with a mechanism to refresh records... Continue Reading

Setting Up + Working With The NS1 Python SDK

If you’re looking for a powerful way to integrate the intelligence and flexibility of the NS1 platform into your Python application or stack, this technical document will help you get off the ground. Before you begin, you’ll need to ensure that you’re running Python 2.7 or later in your environmen... Continue Reading

Testing New Infrastructure Using the Filter Chain

Whether your aim is to replace an existing server or to bolster your infrastructure with additional resources, this article explains how using NS1’s Filter Chain can make that transition as seamless as possible. Testing A New Endpoint In Production In this example, the Filter Chain will be used to... Continue Reading

The Root Name Servers

What Is Root? Much like the file system on a computer, or any one of those trees I’m looking at outside my office window, the root is the critical origin point of the system. In the original design of DNS, as explained in RFC 882, the schema for the domain name system is organized not unlike a tree... Continue Reading

DNS Retransmission

While TCP based applications consume a larger percentage of the internet's bandwidth, DNS queries/responses are typically sent over User DataGram Protocol (UDP). UDP is popular amongst many real time applications due to its simple nature and ability to minimize transmission delay. While UDP poses ma... Continue Reading

How Many IPs Is Too Many?

The DNS was developed to do a very basic task in the beginning - put a human-readable name in front of an IP address. As the notion of today’s Internet became a more pervasive thing, early attempts at redundancy resulted in some interesting experiments by curious technologists. Is There A Lim... Continue Reading

NS1 Filter Chain: a quick primer

One of the most powerful aspects of the NSONE platform is our unique Filter Chain technology to enable easy configuration of traffic management algorithms for your application and network. It takes a little investment to wrap your head around exactly how the Filter Chain works, but once it clicks th... Continue Reading

Ready, Set, Delegate

To a great many, the seemingly daunting task of switching authoritative DNS providers can be a stressful prospect. While that sentiment is surely not unwarranted, this article should provide some peace of mind when making the switch. What is Delegation? In the context of the DNS, d... Continue Reading

The Difference Between ALIAS and CNAME and When To Use Them

The chief difference between a CNAME record and an ALIAS record is not in the result—both point to another DNS record—but in how they resolve the target DNS record when queried. As a result of this difference, one is safe to use at the zone apex (e.g., naked domain, such as example.com)... Continue Reading

When DNS Uses UDP Versus TCP

The original specifications for the Domain Name Service (DNS), contained in RFC 1034 (Mockapetris 1987a) which specifies the concepts and facilities provided by the DNS, and RFC 1035 (Mockapetris 1987b) which details the implementation and specification, called for the DNS to respond to queries only... Continue Reading

What is Split Horizon or Multiview DNS?

Imagine a very common scenario where you have a firewall, and behind that firewall you have a few servers, one of them named api.example.com. This is most commonly configured with the firewall exposing a public IP address to the Internet, e.g., 1.2.3.4, which connects back to the API server at its ... Continue Reading

Debugging DNS

*** Update: Version 2 Available ***When managing a network, there are a number of common and uncommon DNS-specific issues that can arise. Each and every problem can threaten to become a major headache at the very least, and at worst a source of huge loss in capital, clients, and good faith for your ... Continue Reading

Subdelegation: What is This Sorcery?

Subdelegation is the process of assigning a separate zone file and authority to a child node of a parent zone. In many cases, where a domain may not be owned by a given entity, but control over a certain part of that name is being granted, subdelegation is the answer. This is applicable to both forw... Continue Reading

Decoding DIG Output

Built into the vast majority of modern operating systems is the best tool for quickly diagnosing and understanding DNS responses. I am talking, of course, about the Domain Information Groper or DIG, as we like to call it. DIG provides a wealth of information about how a zone is configured, whethe... Continue Reading

Adding Intelligence to Internet Traffic Routing

Application and service delivery over the public Internet is subject to a variety of network performance challenges. This is because the Internet is compiled of different fabrics, connections points, and management entities, all of which are dynamic, creating unpredictable traffic paths, and unrelia... Continue Reading

A Mesos Connector for NS1

At NS1 we work with many of the most advanced companies on the internet, trailblazers who are pushing the boundaries of application architecture, automation, infrastructure elasticity, and performance optimization. One of the biggest shifts we’ve seen recently is huge uptake among our customers of v... Continue Reading

Announcing the NS1 App for Grafana

We know many of our customers run mission-critical infrastructure and deeply care about the performance and health of their applications. That's why today, we're excited to announce a partnership with raintank on a brand new Grafana app for displaying and monitoring all of your NS1 data. ... Continue Reading

How to Construct an SPF Record for Your Domain

SPF records range from the very simple (v=spf1 a -all) to the rather complex, to account for the multitude of different outgoing email server configurations that exist on the Internet. Here is a general guide for successfully setting up SPF on your domains. Make a list of your email servers ... Continue Reading

Behind the Scenes: How Geographic Routing Works

The basic concept behind geographic routing, also known as geolocation or geo-locational routing, is to return a DNS answer that is physically closest to the requestor. For example, if you have EC2 instances hosted in the Amazon AWS us-west-1 region, and additional instances in the us-east-1 region,... Continue Reading

DNS Records Explained

DNS (Domain Name System) records are what keeps the internet working the way consumers expect, and new records are being added as our needs grow. They’re what make a domain name such as ns1.com point to a webserver’s IP address like 104.131.238.165. We need the DNS system and its records to keep the... Continue Reading

Now is the Time to Delegate DNS

So you want to run your own domain name server inside your own network. What could possibly go wrong? Me, I’ve setup enough flavors of DNS enough times on enough distros of Linux to already feel the fight-or-flight reflex starting. But really, it’s not that bad. Honest! Let’s walk through the 762,34... Continue Reading

Using Load Shedding For Intelligent Traffic Distribution

As the ingress point to most applications, DNS can be a great tool for distributing traffic across your endpoints. Traditionally providers have followed two precepts: don’t send users to a server that’s currently down, and try to send users to the closest server in order to give them the best perfor... Continue Reading

Record cloning, for lightning quick configurations

We’re big on saving time and making DNS configurations faster and easier. That’s why today we’re announcing our new record cloning tool — available now within the NSONE portal. Cloning allows you to replicate an existing DNS record, including all its complex Filter Chain config, answers, re... Continue Reading

Fencing whole networks with NETFENCE_ASN

We’ve always given our customers a lot of options for shaping traffic and shipping users to different datacenter facilities, CDNs, or other endpoints. For example, customers using our GEOFENCE family of filters can easily send traffic in specific geographies to targeted CDNs, or customers using NETF... Continue Reading

NS1's platform is now edns-client-subnet enabled

We’re excited to announce NSONE’s platform is now fully <a href="http://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-vandergaast-edns-client-subnet-02.txt" target="_blank">edns-client-subnet</a> (ECS) enabled. This means Google Public DNS, OpenDNS, and other ECS-enabled resolvers will send along detail... Continue Reading

Primary DNS with NS1

We’ve recently enabled outgoing zone transfers, which means you can now use NSONE as the master in a master/slave DNS configuration, where another DNS provider or DNS server is the slave, pulling your zones from NSONE. To configure primary DNS in NSONE, you just need to know the IPs of your s... Continue Reading

“Naked” Domains Get Sexier with NS1’s ALIAS Records

We’ve had a lot of requests for ALIAS records, and we’re happy to report that they are now available! For those scratching their heads, ALIAS records are the answer to that quirky DNS problem of not being able to reliably CNAME your “naked” domain (a.k.a. “zone apex” a.k.a. “root domain”). ... Continue Reading

Combining NS1 and Alfred to do cool things

We love real-time data. It quickly confirms that traffic is flowing and gives a snapshot of current traffic levels. In fact, when you login to our customer portal, one of the first things you’ll see is your current queries per second (QPS). We’re also big fans of Alfred, the highly configurable l... Continue Reading

Simple manual failover with NS1

One of the most common dynamic DNS configurations you might want to implement is active-passive failover. In an active-passive setup, you want to send traffic to one server or datacenter most of the time; but if it’s having problems or you need to perform a maintenance, you want to instead send tra... Continue Reading

What exactly is secondary DNS?

We see a fair amount of confusion around secondary DNS — partly because it’s an overloaded term. A lot of registrars ask you for “primary” and “secondary” nameservers for your domain, but that’s not really what secondary DNS is all about. Instead, you can think of secondary DNS like a slavin... Continue Reading

Technical Videos

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How to Implement Dual-Provider, Dual-Network DNS Delivery

 

Geo Targeting vs. Geo Fencing

 

Pulsar Traffic Management & Latency Routing