According to Alexa, out of the 75K top ranking domains, 346 of them are managed by Dyn and experienced a complete outage yesterday due to their lack of DNS redundancy. While 346 out of 75K doesn’t sound like a lot, it is when you consider the amount of people that frequent the sites affected. Large websites such as Indeed, Chewy, Carvana, Fandom, Houzz, Sephora, and Credit Karma to name a few, took a considerable hit from this latest debacle.Continue Reading about Infrastructure and DNS Redundancy is Key to Preventing Outages
Europe’s largest cloud services firm OVHcloud suffered from a massive fire at one of their data centers early Wednesday morning (just before 1 a.m. local time). The Strasbourg data center (SBG2) was destroyed along with part of a second facility (SBG1).Continue Reading about Blaze Tears Through OVH Strasbourg Data Center
Tiggee LLC, the parent company of DNS Made Easy and Constellix, announced that DNS Made Easy has ranked number one in speeds for eight consecutive months in reducing look-up time for domains. Historical data dating back to 2012, shows DNS Made Easy is the only provider to achieve this long-running lead according to SolveDNS.Continue Reading about DNS Made Easy Ranks #1 in Speeds Eight Months in a Row
If you’ve been on the internet in the last 10 years, you’ve probably heard of LinkedIn. Who are we kidding, every professional probably uses it daily. And if you visitedContinue Reading about Why enterprise DNS is crucial in 2021.
If you want redundancy at every point of failure, Failover with Secondary DNS is the way to go. With this option, you can configure a backup DNS provider and you’ll essentially have an extra set of authoritative name servers.Continue Reading about How To Avoid Downtime With DNS Failover and Load Balancing