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Securing Business Continuity with Redundant DNS

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.
Recorded Feb 19 2019 31 mins
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    - Geo-targeting vs Geo-fencing.
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    - Monitoring your DNS infrastructure at scale, including tips for setting performance thresholds and alerting
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    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.

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  • Securing Business Continuity with Redundant DNS Recorded: Feb 19 2019 31 mins
    Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing
    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.
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    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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    - Easy scalability
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    - How to balance performance with contract commits and not leave money on the table
    - How to use DNS traffic steering to improve cache hit ratios
    - Hands-on demonstration of setting up DNS traffic steering using Pulsar
  • Using RUM to Optimize Traffic Delivery: Hands-On with NS1's Pulsar Recorded: Aug 29 2018 18 mins
    Nate Frisella, Solutions Engineer
    Common issues like network congestion or overloaded servers can negatively affect application performance, availability and business reputation. Using real user monitoring (RUM) is a powerful way for businesses to deliver a great user experience in the face of these dynamically changing internet conditions.

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    We'll cover:

    - A basic understanding of what RUM is and how it works
    - How to know if RUM can help your application and what data you should use
    - A demo of Pulsar for a variety of use cases
  • Getting DNS Out of the Garage: Moving Up to Enterprise Scale Recorded: Aug 15 2018 59 mins
    Jonathan Lewis, VP Product Marketing at NS1 & Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst at 451 Research
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    Join 451 Research and NS1 as we explain why DNS is a huge opportunity for enterprises looking to improve their automation, scale, and application performance initiatives. This webinar will present an in-depth overview of the changing digital landscape, how it’s affected by internal DNS, and practical alternatives for you to look at, today.
  • Next Generation DNS: Using Your Data to Steer Traffic with NS1 Recorded: Aug 8 2018 28 mins
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    Join us to learn how to use NS1's next-generation DNS to connect with external data sources, monitoring providers and even your own tools to ingest existing application health and infrastructure telemetry, leveraging your data in real-time to drive traffic management.

    In this webinar we'll cover:


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    - How NS1 makes it easy to leverage metrics for traffic steering
    - How using Pulsar, NS1’s RUM-based decision-making engine, can take your application’s performance to the next level.
    - Best practices and example configurations
  • Tackling and Eliminating Technical Debt Recorded: Jul 25 2018 24 mins
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    Legacy applications, disparate platforms and processes, and outdated technology have caused organizations to amass technical debt that’s dragging down modernization initiatives. According to Forrester Research, maintaining older applications and technology typically consumes 70% or more of the technology budget – and ignoring it drags down modernization efforts.

    In this webinar, we explore ways to reduce technical debt and how you can use DNS as a shortcut to eliminating decades of technical debt in your organization.
  • NS1 Private DNS: Getting You Out of a BIND Recorded: Jul 18 2018 31 mins
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    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 introduce Private DNS, NS1's next-generation DNS software product providing authoritative and recursive DNS services. 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.

    We'll cover:

    - Current challenges managing DNS systems
    - How NS1 is different
    - Use cases
    - Deployment and best practices
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