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Kathleen Rohrecker
Kathleen Rohrecker
September 17, 2018

NS1 is recognized as a great partner in DevOps, driving optimal velocity for modern business

DevOps culture emphasizes collaboration and communication among software developers, QA, and other IT operations professionals.

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Jonathan Lewis
April 25, 2018

Cryptocurrency Sites are Targets: DNSSEC and Redundant DNS Provide Critical Protection

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.

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Christian Saide
June 22, 2017

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.

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Isaac Onigman
June 21, 2017

Glue Records and Dedicated DNS

In normal DNS resolution, when a resolver attempts to resolve a domain name, it queries the authoritative nameservers for the domain. If the nameservers for a domain exist inside the domain itself, a glue record is needed to resolve the domain name.

April 20, 2017

The DNS CERT Record Type Explained

NS1 now supports CERT resource records for storing certificates in DNS.

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Jonathan Lewis
March 29, 2017

Introducing the NS1 / Terraform Integration

VP of Product, Jonathan Lewis, introduces the new NS1 / Terraform Integration.

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Carl Levine
February 1, 2017

Migrating To The Cloud? Let NS1 Help

The rapid evolution of the Internet has been a windfall for just about every industry in the world. A common communication bus that has enabled businesses from every corner of the planet to do business in ways that were previously inconceivable.

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Carl Levine
August 3, 2016

Waiting Sucks - The Key Role of Zone Propagation

Ever had to wait for a DNS change to take place? We'd forgotten how much that sucks, until one of Carl's fellow coworking space denizens experienced it with his registrar's DNS.

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