[Video] DNS for a DevOps Future
Advancements in DNS including the ability to communicate via APIs and the power to couple real-time telemetry with automation, give this often overlooked but foundational component of the app delivery stack a critical role in a DevOps-driven world.
Using RUM to Optimize Traffic Delivery: Hands-On with NS1's Pulsar
Using real user monitoring (RUM) is a powerful way for businesses to deliver a great user experience in the face of these dynamically changing internet conditions.
Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)
Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) is the intelligent distribution of traffic across server resources located in multiple geographies.
Pulsar 2.0: Leveraging Real-Time Data for Optimal Traffic Routing
If used correctly, Real User Monitoring, or RUM, can deliver immediate performance results and greatly improve user experience. However, implementing RUM and actually realizing these improvements can be a challenging project without clear direction
Navigating Around DNS Performance Issues in China with NS1 and Catchpoint
With unique issues of congestion, underdeveloped networks, and stringent censorship, the Chinese Internet is an entirely different beast.
Internal DNS: Time for a Makeover?
Internal DNS, has been a huge pain for network engineers for decades. Until now, the two choices for providing internal DNS have been to either “build your own” using complex, open-source platforms, or to buy expensive, proprietary appliances.
Taking Load Balancing to the Next Level with DNS
DNS-based load balancing has traditionally consisted of either a random selection of answers being handed back to a requestor, or taking it a bit further and applying geotargeting into the mix.
Multi-CDN Made Easy
Many enterprises are finding it increasingly difficult to deliver a consistently high-quality end-user experience to a global online audience using a single Content Delivery Network (CDN).
Using Intelligent DNS for Multi-Cloud Success
While no two businesses have the same exact workload requirements, one common trend we are seeing is enterprise adoption of multi-cloud infrastructure.
Infrastructure Automation with OctoDNS and Terraform
As you build your application environment you've undoubtedly thought about utilizing multiple providers at every level of your stack.
3 Ways to Modernize Your Infrastructure Using Intelligent DNS
New advances in DNS traffic management are helping leading enterprises move to the cloud, implement a multi-location infrastructure, accelerate DevOps and meet their reliability goals.
[Video] 3 Steps to Optimizing Application Performance with Multi-CDN
With multiple CDNs comes unique traffic steering and management challenges. Learn what these are, and how best to solve them so you’re able to maximize the performance of your multi-CDN strategy.
[Video] Optimizing DNS & Traffic Management for Mainland China
Despite being one of the largest online markets in the world, traffic delivery in mainland China poses many challenges for businesses looking to operate in this region.
[Video] Managed DNS for China
A quick overview of Managed DNS for China, a new service designed to improve the speed, manageability and reliability of online services in China.
[Video] Mastering dig #3 (Advanced)
During our third and final webinar on Mastering dig, Nate Lindstrom, VP of Solutions Engineering, will go over using dig to investigate EDNS(0) and DNSSEC issues and implementations.
[Video] Mastering dig #2 (Intermediate)
Network administrators and devops engineers are only as good as the tools they master. If you’re serious about networking, dig is a core troubleshooting tool you need to learn.