What is DevOps? What is its impact? What are the key features that network infrastructure must support to achieve successful DevOps outcomes? This blog answers these questions and more.
Recent events have compelled organizations of all sizes and across industries to adopt new work approaches that keep employees safe at home while ensuring productivity and security.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused remote work to surge to unprecedented levels. Millions of employees worldwide are accessing VPNs for the first time all at once for remote access, straining these systems.
BIND being a product of its time has outlived its usefulness. Let’s take a look at three crucial IT modernization elements that Network Engineers need to embrace yet are not supported by BIND.
With the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus (COVID-19) a global pandemic, several states declaring a state of emergency, and countries around the world enacting mandatory wide-scale quarantines, the nature of our lives has changed.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic continues to evolve, I want to take a moment to reassure you of our plans for business continuity at NS1.
Robinhood, a popular mobile trading app, experienced a complete outage earlier this week leaving users unable to access their accounts or make trades. The outage was due to a breakdown of infrastructure that allows systems to communicate.
It’s undeniable that operating enterprise networks and applications are growing in complexity. The number of migration projects moving production applications and workloads across different on-premise and hybrid cloud environments are increasing.
The Dropbox Traffic team is charged with innovating our application networking stack to improve the experience for every one of our users—over half a billion of them.
Is it the right thing for your business to rely on a DNS service that has an announced end of life and will be shutting down soon? Before you make this important decision, you should consider the ramifications.
Sandbox deployment slowed by heavyweight DNS appliances? See why NS1 containers give you speed to burn.
We are bringing our software-defined, API-first approach to DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) behind the firewall to work alongside Cisco Umbrella’s enterprise approach to network security.
Without automation tools, network engineers are unable to focus on value-generating activities such as optimizing for better performance or developing new architectures for modern apps.
One often-overlooked element in the application traffic stack is the DNS lookup. DNS is a ubiquitous protocol and the entry point to nearly every networked application, but teams have been relying on the same outdated technology for almost 20 years.
NS1’s Continued Investment in Pulsar - Fuel on the Fire to Push the Boundaries of Active Traffic Steering
Today we are reinforcing Pulsar’s place as the most innovative application traffic steering technology in the market with a series of announcements.
Today, we’re proud to announce a huge validation of NS1’s leadership in application traffic, DNS, and DDI. We have raised a $33M Series C investment round, led by Dell Technologies Capital and joined by Cisco Investments