According to NS1 research, internet users in Kansas attempting to connect to a distributed application hosted in AWS East and West are sent to the East 85% of the time. Find out why this happens and how to optimize your traffic routing.
In April we blogged about an attack on MyEtherWallet. This was a sophisticated attack combining both BGP hijacking and DNS man-in-the-middle that directed myetherwallet users to a bogus, phishing website. Something similar has happened again.
NS1 CEO Kris Beevers announces Private DNS - bringing NS1's same innovative, software driven approach for next-generation DNS into self hosted enterprise environments.
We've got talks, we've got next-generation DNS tech, a big party, and a whole lot more for this year's west coast edition of Velocity in San Jose!
It's the first week of May, so you know where to find your venerable NS1 road crew! Yes, it's time for one of the larger DevOps-focused conferences in Austin, TX. We're back at DevOpsDays Austin!
Details are still emerging around a two-pronged attack against a popular cryptocurrency website - Jonathan Lewis explores the attack, and provides helpful tips to avoid being impacted in a similar fashion.
NS1 is pleased to announce the latest 2.0 iteration of Pulsar, which enables customers to achieve truly bleeding edge performance and enable reliable and secure application delivery architectures, more easily than ever before.
At NS1, we have lots of conversations with customers about how to make sure DNS is not a single point of failure in their infrastructure. It is not a trivial matter.
Occasionally, we get questions from customers as to whether caching by DNS resolvers defeats the purpose of DNS based load balancing, failover and perhaps DNS traffic management in general. This article addresses those questions.
Discerning what data is most important to provide context around a given piece of infrastructure, or even a complete layer of the stack remains one of the key challenges.