DNS Made Easy, a subsidiary of Tiggee and a provider of global IP Anycast enterprise DNS services, together with Tiggee subsidiary Constellix will add five million dollars worth of expansions to their networks during Q1 2017.
In light of recent attacks of managed DNS providers and many large domains, DNS Made Easy has decided to invest in increasing redundancy across PoPs in critical areas that experience large volumes of traffic.
Over the next few weeks, DNS Made Easy network engineers will be increasing redundancy across multiple Points of Presence (PoPs) in their European and North American regions.
The DNS Made Easy network is made up of 16 geographically unique POP’s across their IP Anycast + network. By increasing redundancy in these high traffic areas, the DNS Made Easy network would be able to withstand greater attacks, while still providing optimal service to clients all over the world.
Constellix, Tiggee’s newest subsidiary, will be adding new nodes in four locations, which would improve monitoring accuracy and routing granularity in both Europe and North America. The following new nodes will join the existing two dozen:
- Dallas, TX (2nd Location)
- Milan, Italy
- Paris, France
- Frankfurt, Germany
The Constellix network was architected from the ground up based on user requests from its predecessor DNS Made Easy. Through the company’s beta period and launch in production, the team has continued to encourage user suggested features and future monitoring node locations. The next wave of expansions will feature locations requested from beta users in the last few months:
- 3 locations in South America
- South Africa
“We have been able to deliver our high uptime and industry leading speeds year after year because we invest over 90% of our revenue back into our network,” said Steven Job, President of DNS Made Easy and Constellix.