Designate, a multi-tenant DNS-as-a-Service (DNSaaS) for OpenStack, has been integrated with NS1, a pioneer in application traffic analytics and automation. Users may now leverage the OpenStack platform to deploy, manage, and orchestrate NS1’s Managed DNS and Enterprise DDI services for more dependable, performant, and secure application delivery.
Thousands of businesses globally utilize OpenStack’s open-source platform to create and manage private cloud infrastructure. These users would demand contemporary network services that can expand with their infrastructure and are managed within the platform.
NS1 now brings the power of application traffic intelligence and automation to open-source private clouds with its OpenStack Designate integration, significantly increasing application delivery and connection. The software-defined solutions from NS1 effortlessly integrate with OpenStack processes, allowing users to dynamically coordinate application traffic and cloud workloads for improved performance, reliability, and security.
“Customers that use OpenStack as their cloud computing environment need highly reliable, scalable DNS and network services,” said Sanjay Ramnath, Vice President of Products, NS1. “With NS1’s intelligent and automated application traffic steering solutions, these teams gain powerful automation and orchestration capabilities that drive greater IT efficiency and make it simple to balance application delivery performance, capacity, and cost.”
Companies using OpenStack to construct private clouds may use Designate to manage DNS records, names, and zones, as well as configure existing DNS nameservers to hold such records. The integration with NS1 would give users access to more reliable cloud-native network services.
OpenStack clients can offer highly performant, scalable, and robust application delivery across their dispersed private cloud environments by integrating with NS1. NS1 would provide continuously outstanding application experiences across all infrastructure environments by providing security, redundancy, and performance on a global scale. NS1 has more than 725 customers across the globe, including Dropbox, Fox, Salesforce, LinkedIn, and eBay, and is backed by investments from Energy Impact Partners, Dell Technologies Capital, Cisco Investments, and GGV Capital.