dns outages

Ever gone to a website and gotten an error message that said, “DNS host not resolved” or “host not resolvable”?

This is because your DNS host is not reachable. It could be they’re suffering an outage, or network error, not reliable, a network admin accidentally deleted a record… or a DDoS attack.

What's the Difference

One of the biggest misconceptions our users face is understanding the difference between a domain registrar and a DNS host. Understanding these differences is crucial to maintaining a reliable and fast website that’s available to all of your users.

hurricanes and DNS

This week marks the peak week for hurricane season, for those of us here on the US East coast. Whether you live here or not, you need to make sure you have a backup plan for your network. Our engineers have developed a variety of services to help combat the latencies associated with these disasters and ensure 100% availability of your domains even during a hurricane.

Secondary DNS

To combat the recent surge in DNS-related outages, DNS Made Easy has announced a new initiative to increase education and adoption of Secondary DNS Services.

This past weekend kicked off the biggest quarter for ecommerce businesses and online retailers.

corporate social responsibility

Managed DNS industry leader, DNS Made Easy, has announced the revival of its corporate social responsibility program, through philanthropy and ethical business practices.

DNS Made Easy is revitalizing their long-standing program to promote corporate social responsibility and encourage ethical business practices throughout the industry.

Real-Time Stats upgrade

Real-Time Statistics gets a major upgrade this week that enables DNS Made Easy users to view more of their query logs at a time and gain deeper analysis of their domains.

DNS Made Easy released a significant update this week to increase the amount of data users can view in Real-Time Statistics (RTS) query logs.

pokemon go

Unless you’ve been living under a GeoDude for the last two weeks… you’ve heard the complaints about the persistent server issues frustrating Pokemon Go trainers.


Niantic, the company that created Pokemon Go, clearly did not anticipate the record breaking amounts of traffic the game received.