DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, has just finished the first phase of their expansion to their San Jose, California point of presence (PoP). The upgrade continues DNS Made Easy’s commitment to maintaining the largest dedicated IP Anycast DNS Network in the in world. The planned expansion was part of DNS Made Easy’s fifth generation network. The company continues to evolve and change network architecture based upon current user demands. DNS made Easy is continuing to redefine the DNS industry with engineering ingenuity. This continuous drive to service perfection is one of the many reasons that clients make DNS Made Easy their preferred choice to over-priced and under performing alternatives in the enterprise IP Anycast market.
“Our network administrators have noticed a startling increase in the size of recent DDoS attacks over the past couple of months,” states Bryan Hughes, Vice President of System Operations. “We have measured attacks against our network in excess of 200 Gbps. To make certain we are prepared, DNS Made Easy has expedited our fifth generation network upgrades. We will continue to expand our capacity to exceed customer speed expectations and counteract potential attacks moving forward.”
DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, is continuing their efforts to increase awareness of the domain name system with the launch of LearnDNS.com. The site educated Internet users on the process that takes place every time a domain name is entered into your web browser’s address bar. With current legislation putting DNS in the spotlight, DNS Made Easy felt it was important to continue their efforts to enlighten the public on the technical details involved in the global Domain Name System.
The current main feature of the site is DNS Explained; a video detailing the entire DNS process from the operating system, all the way through the authoratative name servers and back again. The video introduces even computer-savvy users to concepts they may not have previously considered, such as the important role that the different name servers play during the process of one DNS lookup.