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.
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.
The Internet has been abuzz with recent concerns over the “tech bubble 2.0”. While it’s solely based on speculation, it begs a second look. Over the past few months, we’ve seen a rise in new clients, specifically from startup companies that are VC-backed.
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in uptime and speed, establishes “Internet Performance Promise” initiative, which urges users to vet their service providers and demand 100% uptime.
DNS industry expert of 14 years, and founder of DNS Made Easy Steven Job has been asked his expert opinion on the state of DNS and the importance of outsourced DNS hosting. The most common question he’s been asked is, how do you determine which DNS hosting solution is right for you?
Third party network monitoring service, SolveDNS, ranked DNS Made Easy the global leader in speed for the second consecutive month. DNS Made Easy was also ranked third for market share, hosting over 900,000 domains.
It’s a challenge to have both a large global network, high network performance, but also manage to be eco-friendly. But we’ve figured out a few ways to stay green, despite the odds. Join us in celebrating Earth Day by sharing your energy efficient tips and tricks!