Originally published on PR Web: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12506536.htm
DNS Made Easy has created an elite IP Anycast+ network to solve the inadequacies of standard IP Anycast networks.
An IP Anycast routing structure provides global load balancing, redundancy, decreased latency, and a true distributed response to denial of service (DoS) and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
Using IP Anycast, each name server IP corresponds to hundreds of systems world-wide that are announced from different geographical locations. DNS queries are then sent to the closest name server to the querying client.
“With multiple networks dynamically responding to the same IP address, network performance and uptime are drastically increased,” said Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy, which has a 14-year leading up time, the best in the industry. “There are many reasons why Anycast should be used in a DNS infrastructure including speed, redundancy, and scalability as the core benefits.”
DNS Made Easy provides an IP Anycast+ network for both its Managed DNS Service and Secondary DNS Service. The IP Anycast+ network is a proprietary multi-cloud architecture designed by DNS Made Easy.
IP Anycast+ provides enhanced traffic scalability, deliverability, and speed. DNS Made Easy provides an enterprise network consisting of millions of dollars of infrastructure working to make sure every query is answered correctly as fast as possible. All of DNS Made Easy systems are located at premium data facilities with multiple data providers.
“From a network standpoint, DNS Made Easy is in the top tier of DNS providers worldwide,” Job said. “We have an industry leading uptime during our 13-year history due to our 5th generation network, and continue to make significant improvements to redundancy and capacity to make sure we keep it that way.”
To improve speed, redundancy and scalability, DNS Made Easy recently added a new region – Oceania – defined for the DNS Made Easy Global Traffic Director (GTD) service. Oceania will allow DNS Made Easy clients that have the GTD service enabled to create custom DNS configurations that will only be seen for end users in that section of the world.
“This new region will help grow our GTD usages and provide better services to our clients,” Job said.
DNS Made Easy is continually investing in features and performance upgrades to provide our users the best return on investment in the industry. In 2014, DNS Made Easy upgraded the infrastructure in its San Jose facility, which aided in the inauguration of DNS Made Easy’s launch of its newest Seattle PoP.
Clients saw increases in speed in the Northwestern United States, and increased safety and network redundancy due to the upgrades. In the next month DNS Made Easy plans to finish their launch of their Japan point of presence.