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  • How Programmatic DNS Propels Global Application Distribution
    How Programmatic DNS Propels Global Application Distribution
    Haseeb Budhani, CEO & Co-founder at Rafay Systems; Alex Conners, Head of Advocacy at NS1 Recorded: May 21 2019 31 mins
    In the next 5 years, application traffic will grow an average of 35% each year. This growth in traffic coupled with a growth in the number of applications has changed the way applications are built and deployed. To provide the experience end-users demand, applications now run in multiple places.

    Containerization and other flexible deployment models make application configuration faster and simpler but application delivery becomes more complex. Efficiently directing traffic is now harder.

    These complex, hybrid and distributed systems require new solutions. Rafay Systems leverages NS1 to enhance end-user application experience and get application users where they need to be. How do they do it?

    This webinar covers:
    - The new norm for application delivery
    - How Rafay Systems enables delivery of containerized microservices—easily!
    - Why your application traffic stack is critical for great end-user experience
  • DNS Georouting – From Miles to Milliseconds
    DNS Georouting – From Miles to Milliseconds
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing Recorded: May 8 2019 32 mins
    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.
  • Modernizing Your DNS Platform with NS1 and ThousandEyes
    Modernizing Your DNS Platform with NS1 and ThousandEyes
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing (NS1) & Angelique Medina, Director of Product Marketing (ThousandEyes) Recorded: Apr 30 2019 43 mins
    The availability, performance and security of your DNS infrastructure is essential to offering a good digital experience to your users—yet DNS is an often overlooked aspect of architecting digital offerings.

    Managed DNS provider NS1 joins ThousandEyes to provide insight into modernizing your DNS platform for improved digital experience. We'll cover ThousandEyes performance findings on managed DNS providers, techniques to improve performance for your users, and monitoring DNS infrastructure for availability and performance.

    In this webinar, you'll learn about:
    - Optimizing the TTL values of your records
    - Advanced traffic steering to improve user web performance
    - Monitoring your DNS infrastructure at scale, including tips for setting performance thresholds and alerting
  • Keeping Your DNS Secure with NS1 and ThousandEyes
    Keeping Your DNS Secure with NS1 and ThousandEyes
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing (NS1) & Angelique Medina, Director of Product Marketing (ThousandEyes) Recorded: Apr 30 2019 54 mins
    Even with the tightest defenses of your systems and infrastructure, you may still be vulnerable to disruption if you're not paying attention to the security and maintenance of your DNS.

    Join ThousandEyes and NS1 to get insight into architecting your DNS for security and resilience, as well as monitoring your DNS infrastructure to get alerted to issues that could disrupt or compromise your service delivery.

    In this webinar, we discuss:
    - Registrar security
    - DNSSEC with traffic management
    - DNS resilience and using a managed provider for failover
    - Monitoring your nameservers and BGP routing to alert to man-in-the-middle attacks and DNS hijackings
  • Internal DNS for Modern Enterprises - 1 PM EST
    Internal DNS for Modern Enterprises - 1 PM EST
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing Recorded: Mar 6 2019 26 mins
    Cloud architectures, microservices, and infrastructure scale have exposed unmet needs in DNS that now hamper modernization efforts, including the need for flexible traffic management, service discovery, rapid propagation, and comprehensive API support.

    In this webinar, we discuss Private DNS, NS1's next-gen software only DNS that helps solve the performance, traffic management and automation challenges of modern enterprises.

    Private DNS is designed primarily for deployment within enterprise intranets to meet the needs of user-to-user, user to device/application and application to application communication. It's massively scalable, automated, fast and smart.

    Join us if you’d like to learn how Private DNS can:

    - Reduce deployment delays in DevOps
    - Speed up DNS service discovery
    - Improve traffic management and load balancing
    - Get your DNS sprawl under control
  • Internal DNS for Modern Enterprises - 1 PM GMT
    Internal DNS for Modern Enterprises - 1 PM GMT
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing Recorded: Mar 6 2019 34 mins
    Cloud architectures, microservices, and infrastructure scale have exposed unmet needs in DNS that now hamper modernization efforts, including the need for flexible traffic management, service discovery, rapid propagation, and comprehensive API support.

    In this webinar, we discuss Private DNS, NS1's next-gen software only DNS that helps solve the performance, traffic management and automation challenges of modern enterprises.

    Private DNS is designed primarily for deployment within enterprise intranets to meet the needs of user-to-user, user to device/application and application to application communication. It's massively scalable, automated, fast and smart.

    Join us if you’d like to learn how Private DNS can:

    - Reduce deployment delays in DevOps
    - Speed up DNS service discovery
    - Improve traffic management and load balancing
    - Get your DNS sprawl under control
  • Securing Business Continuity with Redundant DNS
    Securing Business Continuity with Redundant DNS
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing Recorded: Feb 19 2019 31 mins
    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.
  • The Evolution and Future of DevOps
    The Evolution and Future of DevOps
    Jonathan Sullivan, CTO Recorded: Dec 12 2018 45 mins
    At NS1, we see DevOps as helping improve scalability and the application delivery process as a whole. Despite its benefits, moving to DevOps can be a challenging undertaking, especially for organizations riddled with legacy applications and technology. Many companies fail to reap the benefits because making the shift requires substantial changes to culture, processes and the resulting toolset.

    As we move into 2019, the emergence of DevOps continues to be a part of a growing number of global enterprises. With the rise of this methodology, what new DevOps trends have yet to appear?

    In this panel we will cover:

    - What DevOps looks like at NS1
    - What has the evolution of DevOps looked like?
    - What are some of the remaining challenges left for DevOps to solve?
    - What we still see as lacking from the DevOps tool belt?
    - What is the future of DevOps?
  • DNS for a DevOps Future
    DNS for a DevOps Future
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing Recorded: Nov 21 2018 33 mins
    Advancements in DNS (Domain Name Systems), including the ability to communicate via APIs and the power to couple real-time telemetry with automation capabilities, give this often overlooked but foundational component of the application delivery stack a critical role in a DevOps-driven world.

    Leading-edge enterprises have stopped viewing DNS as just a "phone book" and are now leveraging next-generation DNS to better manage their infrastructure, improve application performance and lower costs.

    In this webinar we'll focus on 3 case study examples of next-generation DNS in action:

    - How a gaming company integrated and automated multiple CDNs to cut content delivery costs in half
    - How an ad delivery platform delivers impressions 70% faster using a multi-cloud strategy managed by DNS
    - How a security SaaS organization used DNS to improve performance and reduce help desk calls
  • 3 Ways Gaming Companies Can Leverage DNS to Their Advantage
    3 Ways Gaming Companies Can Leverage DNS to Their Advantage
    James McCarthy, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Oct 10 2018 29 mins
    In the incredibly complex world of gaming development, network engineers and application developers come up against a unique set of challenges. Aside from simply having a compelling product, performance and uptime are two of the most mission-critical aspects to keeping users happy. When either one is lacking, gaming companies see an immediate, negative impact on reputation and revenue.

    Solving these challenges with low hanging fruit, like DNS, are often discounted or overlooked. However, DNS technology has made vast strides in the past few years and has the potential to make a significant impact on network reliability, performance, and ultimately - end-user experience.

    In this webinar, we'll explore three ways gaming companies can leverage the 30-year old protocol to their advantage and look at specific use cases that may apply to some of the challenges you are facing today.

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