DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, has recently increased focus on education and training for clients and casual observers alike. After the recent release of Control Panel 3.0, DNS Made Easy has entered in to the production stage for a long list of educational videos and has already released a multitude of video tutorials. These video tutorials are intended to replace videos that DNS Made Easy created for the 2.0 version of their control panel. DNS Made Easy’s goal is to provide the information to their customers in an easily understood and widely supported video format.
“Analyzing our customer support tickets revealed that a major percentage of reported issues were related to the basic understanding of DNS,” stated Nick Vaka, Creative Director and VP of social marketing for Tiggee LLC. “In light of these findings, we elected to make as much information available as possible in an easy to digest video format, so our users can get the information they need immediately versus the need to go through the process of creating a support ticket each time they have a basic question.”
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, announced that their Q4 2011 network expansion plans are on-track and will be completed before year end. These network expansions are a part of DNS Made Easy’s 4th generation DNS network deployment. With the goal of speed, redundancy, and reliability, DNS made Easy is continuing to redefine the DNS industry with engineering ingenuity. This continuous strive to service perfection is one of the many reasons that clients make DNS Made Easy their preferred choice to over-priced and underperforming alternatives in the enterprise IP anycast market.
The network POPs that are scheduled for upgrades in Q4 2011 are Frankfurt, Germany, San Jose, California and Ashburn, Virginia. DNS Made Easy planned upgrades to these core network locations to add to their overall capacity, speed, and redundancy.
DNS Made Easy offers a unique solution compared too many of their competitors in DNS space in that they fully manage their networks themselves. This is in large contrast to other DNS service providers that will outsource a portion or all of their network services to other organizations. In order to keep services at the highest performing level and costs at the lowest possible price DNS Made Easy fully manages their collocation contracts, hardware purchases, and bandwidth contracts with their Tier 1 data providers.
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, announced another addition to the Control Panel 3.0 which is set to be released in the coming weeks. Control Panel 3.0 is the completely new web interface that was designed by the DNS experts at DNS Made Easy. DNS Made Easy claims that it has used 10 years of experience providing a web interface for DNS management along with user suggestions and feedback to build the most complete and advanced DNS management control panel that has ever been developed. DNS Made Easy stated today that the new web based interface allows DNS Made Easy clients to assign multi-user account functionally for better team collaboration and management of DNS services. DNS Made Easy has had a strong reputation of providing exceptional enterprise DNS services and is the preferred choice to over-priced and underperforming alternatives in the enterprise IP anycast DNS market.
With the new sub-user functionality, customers will be able to create sub-users with specific management permissions. A sub-user can be granted or denied access to discrete parts of the DNS Made Easy system. Some intended uses would be to allow purchasing staff to view invoices and renew services but not edit DNS for domains, and to allow web developers access to modify DNS for test/development domains while denying access to production domains, and for higher level administrative users that have change and audit capability over all system features. The sub-user capability is also a key new feature for service resellers, such as IT consultants and web hosting providers, as they will now be able manage all of their customers’ domains under one account and allow their customers access to manage their own domains through sub-user accounts.
DNS Made Easy the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, announced the official release of Control Panel 3.0. After a well-received public beta site of the control panel, Control Panel 3.0 was made available to the full DNS Made Easy client base. DNS Made Easy reported that clients were impressed with the overall ease of use and many of the new features that were introduced. DNS Made Easy has incorporated years of user-feedback and suggestions into the design of Control Panel 3.0. This open invitation for user suggestions and the engineering process which incorporated customer feedback into the development process of Control Panel 3.0 allowed DNS Made Easy to tailor their services to meet client requirements and continue to be the preferred choice to over-priced and underperforming alternatives in the enterprise IP anycast market.
Control Panel 3.0 has been actively developed for the past ten months and incorporates over 10 year of user suggestions, feedback, and feature requests. Early reviews from DNS Made Easy clients are that Control Panel 3.0 makes DNS management much faster and more intuitive than ever before. Compared with competing services in the enterprise DNS space, Control Panel 3.0 is being considered another huge step in the industry and is considered the new standard of DNS management.
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, announced a successful completion of the company’s latest data center expansion project in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. After nearly a year of planning and several months of equipment and configuration work at Mega-iAdvantage, Hong Kong’s premier international colocation facility, public DNS service has been turned up to support DNS Made Easy customers and their clients in the Asia Pacific region. This expansion significantly reduces a query response time to DNS Made Easy name servers in the far east by replacing the aging DNS Made Easy Kowloon, Hong Kong location, and opens up the region to DNS Made Easy’s Global Traffic Director platform. DNS Made Easy claims that the upgrade of the Hong Kong data facility is another step in confirming that DNS Made Easy is the preferred choice to over-priced and underperforming alternatives in the enterprise IP anycast market.
The Hong Kong point of presence (POP) is labeled as a “SuperPOP” internally at DNS Made Easy, along with three other SuperPOP locations; including New York NY, Los Angeles CA, and London UK. SuperPOP locations within the DNS Made Easy infrastructure are larger than other DNS Made Easy POPs in order to become regional support sites for increased traffic levels, such as those generated from DDoS attacks. Hong Kong is the fourth such SuperPOP and the twelfth international POP incorporated in to the DNS Made Easy global infrastructure.