Topic: dns

IBM NS1 Connect enables companies to harness the power of DNS

IBM is introducing an innovative solution called IBM NS1 Connect, set to launch on October 17, 2023. This solution harnesses the power of DNS to provide fast and reliable connectivity for applications and websites globally.  It offers agile connectivity deployment in distributed application environments, and aims to enhance customer experiences, boost revenue, reduce customer churn, … continue reading

Report: Public resolvers account for nearly 60% of recursive DNS usage

Public resolvers dominate the internet, accounting for nearly 60% of recursive DNS usage, while telecom giants represent nearly 9%, according to application traffic solution provider NS1. NS1 used its DNS Insights to analyze more than 7.5 trillion DNS queries and 15.1 trillion packets over a 90-day period in late 2022 to gather the data.  The … continue reading

NS1 launches new solution for deep DNS observability

The authoritative DNS (Domain Name System) solutions company NS1 has announced the release of DNS Insights, a comprehensive DNS observability solution available for both NS1 Managed DNS and Dedicated DNS customers. According to the company, DNS Insights is intended to improve reliability, real-time analysis, and cost control through the collection of DNS and network metrics … continue reading

NS1 open sources its Flamethrower DNS testing tool

DNS and traffic management solution provider NS1 has announced the open source release of its Flamethrower tool for testing, benchmarking, and stress testing DNS servers and networks. Flamethrower supports IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, and DNS over TLS. It also offers experimental support for DNS over QUIC. It generates the queries for tests using a modular … continue reading

CoreDNS graduates from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The modern DNS server for service discovery in cloud-native deployments is graduating from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today. CoreDNS is the first project to graduate from CNCF this year, and follows last year’s graduates: Kubernetes, Prometheus and Envoy. In order to reach graduation, projects must demonstrate maturity, thriving adoption, diversity, commitment to community … continue reading Protection Status

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