Reasons to Watch
- Modern enterprises like LinkedIn leverage NS1's API-first DNS in their infrastructure
- NS1 gave Dropbox the ability to easily add new edge facilities based on needs
- Squarespace leverages NS1's API to create new customers' DNS records in real-time
- Salesforce leverages NS1 to accomplish DNSSEC with traffic routing
DNS georouting is a commonly used technique for connecting users to the closest web site or application point of presence. Most DNS services offer georouting but not all are created equal. What they do and how they do it matters for performance and manageability. In addition, georouting alone may not deliver the performance targets your business needs.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How georouting works on different DNS providers and what you should look for
- Geo-targeting vs Geo-fencing
- Why georouting often does not provide the best response and how to know if that is impacting your business
- How you can improve application performance by combining georouting with active traffic steering on the NS1 platform
VP, Product Marketing
Magnetic’s performance is now beating even the largest Internet advertising giants. We’ve decreased latency by 70 percent – and have the same number of servers. They’re just now deployed in a far more cost-effective, flexible and resilient infrastructure that isn’t locked into a single cloud provider.
James Marcus Vice President of Technical Operations, Magnetic