Intelligent DNS Traffic Management Powers Online Gaming
Combining advanced geographic routing and real-time user measurements, intelligent DNS can play a key role in helping modern gaming companies create a highly engaging, sticky environment for players.
Intelligent DNS Enhances DevOps’ Lifecycle
Continuous integration and continuous deployment are a large part of the DevOps world. Automating DNS technology into that stack enables the rest of the tools to function more smoothly.
Domain Registrations, Delegations, and DNS.
Network outages, more often than not, are the result of human error. Understanding the domain registration and delegation process, pitfalls, and areas of potential error will enable your organization to put best practices into place.
GSLB Moves to the Cloud
There is always a need to intelligently distribute workloads across multiple servers, whether those servers are real or virtual, permanent or ephemeral. But there is chronic gap in the ability to reliably distribute workloads across multiple Clouds.
NS1 Research Note: Amazon S3’s Outage Shows Why Keeping All of Your Eggs in One Basket Can Expose You to Risk
When moving to the cloud, keep there best practices in mind to greatly reduce the likelihood of a business impacting outage.
Migrating to the Cloud? What to Consider
Explore the reasons to move to the Cloud, what type of Cloud configurations are available to implement, and both the pros and cons of moving some or all operations to the Cloud.
Implementing a Multi-CDN Strategy With Intelligent DNS and Traffic Management
The power to leverage multiple CDN providers in delivering online services to a large, global end user population delivers significant business benefits.
Drive Business Results with Next-Generation Internet Traffic Management
With Internet traffic management from NS1 you can ensure that your customers always have the best experience possible when engaging with your brand, making it easier to grown revenues and gain market share.
Understanding Adoption Trends and the Criticality of IPv6 in Modern Network Architectures
Understand why the adoption of IPv6, while critical, has still not achieved true adoption in our networking systems, and is moving forward at a seemingly glacial pace.
DNS is a critical part of your network infrastructure, it pays to become familiar with the process of debugging DNS. Our free e-book will describe a number of techniques to debug DNS issues, introduce concepts, tools, and a basic process to follow.
5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With DNS
Think you know DNS? Think again. Discover advanced new capabilities that were previously impossible using traditional DNS solutions.
Data Center Migration and Expansion: Mitigating Risk & Maximizing Success Using Intelligent DNS
More than 50 percent of data migration projects will exceed budget and/or result in some form of business disruption due to flawed execution. Implementing best
A Better Way to a Dual, Redundant DNS
A system wide DNS failure can take your entire business offline - the equivalent of power failure in every one of your data centers. Your best guarantee against
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. But what do th
DNS Service & Feature Comparison
DNS solutions vary widely from open source software, to on-prem applications, to premium cloud-based services. In this report, find out why application develope