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  • Internal DNS: Time for a Makeover?
    Internal DNS: Time for a Makeover? Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Jun 13 2018 30 mins
    Internal DNS, has been a huge pain for network engineers for decades. Until now, the two choices for providing internal DNS have been to either “build your own” using complex, open-source platforms, or to buy expensive, proprietary appliances. Each option presents its own significant challenges and still faces limitations in reporting, auditing, and trouble shooting.

    Join us to learn about modern challenges facing enterprise IT and how NS1's take on internal DNS can help.
  • Navigating Around DNS Performance Issues in China with NS1 and Catchpoint
    Navigating Around DNS Performance Issues in China with NS1 and Catchpoint Devin Bernosky, Lead Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 6 2018 48 mins
    With unique issues of congestion, underdeveloped networks, and stringent censorship, the Chinese Internet is an entirely different beast. We'll discuss the most common issues network teams should look out for, as well as best practices for monitoring DNS, benchmarking network performance in China, and ensuring that content passes through censorship filters smoothly.

    In this webinar, we share how to:

    - Measure and baseline network performance in China
    - Spot issues specific to China, including DNS and network issues
    - Understand the experience of Chinese users and avoid censorship
  • Pulsar 2.0: Leveraging Real-Time Data for Optimal Traffic Routing
    Pulsar 2.0: Leveraging Real-Time Data for Optimal Traffic Routing James McCarthy, Director of Solutions Engineering Recorded: May 16 2018 48 mins
    If used correctly, Real User Monitoring, or RUM, can deliver immediate performance results and greatly improve user experience. However, implementing RUM and actually realizing these improvements can be a challenging project without clear direction - How do you collect the data? How do you use the data? How do you keep the data secure?

    In this webinar, we introduce Pulsar, NS1's advanced RUM engine. Pulsar seamlessly integrates with our DNS platform so you can quickly and easily enable granular, automated, and optimized traffic routing.

    We'll also cover:

    - NS1's Filter Chain - our point and click traffic management technology
    - Demonstrate how to leverage Pulsar with the Filter Chain
    - Understanding "Best Practices" when combining the Pulsar filter with other filters
    - Using NS1's community cloud & CDN data or bringing your own data
  • Taking Load Balancing to the Next Level with DNS
    Taking Load Balancing to the Next Level with DNS Nate Frisella, Solutions Engineer Recorded: May 9 2018 20 mins
    DNS-based load balancing has traditionally consisted of either a random selection of answers being handed back to a requestor, or taking it a bit further and applying geotargeting into the mix. This allows you to place users from different physical locations, to specified answers.

    Today, however, modern DNS providers are way more capable - allowing you to incorporate other data, such as load telemetry or even performance statistics within your own network.

    In this webinar we'll focus on advanced load balancing, including some of the following:

    - Why load balancing is important to your application
    - Enabling basic load balancing using NS1's managed DNS
    - Adding availability and load shedding to the mix
    - Using RUM data for dynamic load balancing using real-time measurements

    Upcoming Pulsar Hands-On: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15949/317893
  • Using RUM to Fight Latency and Supercharge Performance
    Using RUM to Fight Latency and Supercharge Performance Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Apr 25 2018 32 mins
    Enterprises invest heavily in distributed network and server infrastructure to deliver a great user experience, but dynamically changing conditions such as periods of network congestion or overloaded servers can degrade that experience. Often, the problem is not a lack of network or server resources. It is the lack of intelligence in the network to consistently use those resources effectively.

    RUM, or real user monitoring, one of the new buzzwords in the world of internet infrastructure, aims to address this very issue. RUM promises to improve end-user quality of experiences, but is it really a game changer or little more than marketing hot air?

    Join our live webinar where we'll focus on:

    - A basic understanding of what RUM is and how it works
    - How to know if RUM can help your application
    - Optimizing RUM data for your needs
    - RUM implementation and best practices

    Related webinars:

    Using Intelligent DNS for Multi-Cloud Success: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15949/307421

    Multi-CDN Made Easy: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15949/307425
  • Multi-CDN Made Easy
    Multi-CDN Made Easy Devin Bernosky, Lead Solutions Engineer Recorded: Apr 18 2018 27 mins
    Many enterprises are finding it increasingly difficult to deliver a consistently high quality end user experience to a global online audience using a single Content Delivery Network (CDN). CDN providers have different strengths and weaknesses so it is unsurprising when a single provider does not adequately address the needs of a global online organization.

    The good news is there are plenty of CDN providers to choose from, and by leveraging the right combination of providers, enterprises can simultaneously improve end user quality of experience while lowering costs. The means to achieve this goal is based on the ability to intelligently steer traffic to the right CDN at the right time.

    Join our live hands-on webinar to learn how to plan, implement, and test a multi-CDN strategy that's right for your organization.
  • Using Intelligent DNS for Multi-Cloud Success
    Using Intelligent DNS for Multi-Cloud Success Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Apr 4 2018 28 mins
    While no two businesses have the same exact workload requirements, one common trend we are seeing is enterprise adoption of multi-cloud infrastructure. While this may not be something you have considered, multi-cloud may benefit you in several ways including:

    - Price flexibility
    - Scalability
    - Redundancy
    - Workload optimization
    - Performance

    Join us to learn how multi-cloud can benefit your business, considerations you should make, and how to get started.
  • Infrastructure Automation with OctoDNS and Terraform
    Infrastructure Automation with OctoDNS and Terraform Devin Bernosky, Lead Solutions Engineer Recorded: Mar 21 2018 34 mins
    As you build your application environment you've undoubtedly thought about utilizing multiple providers at every level of your stack. The benefits to this are obvious - scalability, redundancy, and performance optimization, among others. However, syncing multiple providers can sometimes pose challenges.

    In this webinar we'll focus on synchronization between multiple DNS providers, including:

    - Available toolsets on the market today
    - Example deployment using NS1's OctoDNS integration
    - Example deployment using NS1's Terraform integration
    - Network redundancy using NS1's Dedicated DNS

    OctoDNS: https://github.com/github/octodns
    Terraform: https://www.terraform.io/
  • Key Reasons For Using an Independent DNS Provider
    Key Reasons For Using an Independent DNS Provider Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Mar 7 2018 30 mins
    Many cloud and CDN providers also offer in-house managed DNS services. If you are hosting your content or applications with these providers, you might use their DNS service without much thought. However, this can limit your ability to deliver the performance and customer experience your business needs.

    In this webinar you will learn when and why you should use an independent DNS provider.
  • 3 Ways to Modernize Your Infrastructure Using Intelligent DNS
    3 Ways to Modernize Your Infrastructure Using Intelligent DNS Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing Recorded: Feb 13 2018 31 mins
    DNS is the first point of contact between your users and your applications. This is a powerful decision point in your application stack. New advances in DNS traffic management are helping leading enterprises move to the cloud, implement a multi-location infrastructure, accelerate DevOps and meet their reliability goals. Learn how Salesforce, The Guardian, Weight Watchers and other leading enterprises are leveraging recent advances in DNS services to modernize their infrastructure.

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