DNS Habits Set to Expire in 2018

#1 Using Your Registrar’s DNS Hosting

We’ve talked a lot about this in the past. And yet, we still see people asking “why can’t I just use my registrar?”. DNS registrars (where you bought your domain name) will sometimes offer free or discounted DNS hosting....

Tiggee subsidiaries, DNS Made Easy and Constellix, ranked in the top three for fastest DNS providers in September. This is the sixteenth consecutive month that DNS Made Easy has placed in the top two, according to third party network monitoring firm SolveDNS....

Big Data and DNS

Originally posted on CloudTweaks

Big Data is revolutionizing the way admins manage their DNS traffic. New management platforms are combining historical data with advanced analytics to inform admins about possible performance degradation in their networks....

Cloud in hand

Originally posted on CloudTweaks

Through working as an executive in the managed DNS industry for over 15 years, I have become a sort of expert in managing costs while also maintaining high performance and uptime standards. With the recent push the cloud, I have been urged to evaluate the cost efficiencies between operating an in-house or cloud-hosted network....

Originally posted in DevOps Digest

DNS (Domain Name System) management is important, yet often overlooked as a part of a developer’s stack. Those underutilizing DNS either don’t have a solid understanding of how it works or they don’t know how to leverage the system for their own needs....