It’s International Podcast Day! To celebrate, NS1 is sharing some of our employees' favorite podcasts to listen to, as well as some podcasts we’re featured in!
We are bringing our software-defined, API-first approach to DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management behind the firewall to work alongside Cisco Umbrella’s enterprise approach to network security to optimize user experiences and keep our mutual customers
With a Content Delivery Network (CDN) in place, every user fetches the data it needs from the nearest available network edge. A Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) system is usually underlying this “magic”, which is essentially the same ol’ DNS, but
NS1 has lowered barriers to adoption and gives companies advanced DNS features along with DNSSEC in a variety of ways.
Customer Use Case: Tracking DNS Records in Version Control with Business Insider
The start of my career in technology over 25 years ago was a different and more humble one than many have today, or at least it seemed that way at the time.
NS1's Director of Customer success outlines the personalized experience for NS1 customers from on-boarding to customer community.
Get in touch with NS1 today at [email protected] to take advantage of our migration services for Oracle Dyn and Verisign customers. We’re here to welcome you.
Learn which modernization initiatives can launch an enterprise out of technical debt and onto the path of future innovation.
Serverless, the latest evolution of computing power, allows engineering to operate and think about infrastructure in the same way a ride-share user thinks about cars: in short, they do not.
NS1 is attending for the first time, and we are excited to meet Cisco partners that are looking to enhance their networking, security and DevOps practices. NS1 will be in the Cloud Security Village at Cisco Live.
Over and over, our customers have asked us to bring our DNS and traffic management technologies into their environments to unlock the strategic value of modern DNS.
Earlier this year our team released Flamethrower, a pretty neat new tool designed for teams laboring through complex DNS testing processes.
Redundancy is an essential first requirement in the modern application architecture.
Chaos engineering, the practice of intentionally introducing problems to identify points of failure in systems, has become an important component in delivering high-performing, resilient enterprise applications.
Four years ago the challenge for managers looking to build chaos engineering teams was that, well… chaos engineering didn’t exist – not in its current form anyway.