Redirects are a simple tool, but tricky to manage. I like to think of them like the person of interest boards you see in crime shows that connect peoples’ headshots to one another with a red string. 

The more connections you create, the more difficult it becomes to manage, and harder to remember it begins and ends. ...

Change DNS Providers with No Downtime

In the past, we’ve shown how to safely change DNS records with no downtime. But we don’t have any articles on changing DNS providers. We did some research and found that there wasn’t anything recent that really dug into DNS provider migrations. Most of the ones we found were dated back to 2011 and further....

DNS Query Analytics

Originally featured in Forbes

If you want to see how your domain name system (DNS) records are being used or troubleshoot an influx of queries, what would you do? Most likely, you would contact your managed DNS provider and request backlogs of query data....

Why Use Managed DNS?

Why Use a Managed DNS Provider?

Plain and simple, any business with resources (website, application, communication) that are dependant on the Internet should be using a managed DNS solution. DNS is so much more than a basic network utility, it’s becoming the decisive factor for performance and reliability for the modern web....

DNS Made Easy Failover vs Constellix

This has been a common question we’ve been seeing in our support system lately so we decided to record a demo of each service and explain the differences. We will start with a rundown of the similarities and differences between the two services then demo how to setup each service....