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
Your online services are business-critical, and so is your DNS. Industry analysts agree that having a redundant DNS is a best practice for business continuity; and businesses that have experienced a DNS outage have learned that as well.
That said, 68% percent of enterprises are not using redundant DNS.
In this webinar we’ll discuss:
- The risks associated with single provider DNS
- The different ways you can set up dual provider, redundant DNS
- How NS1 Dedicated DNS makes it easier than ever to have a redundant DNS setup
Webinar attendees will come away with a solid understanding of the benefits of a redundant DNS as a means of securing business.
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