“Organizations are reliant on consistent connectivity and performance to ensure that systems and applications remain functional and that business moves forward,” said Kris Beevers, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at NS1.Application traffic intelligence and automation provider, NS1, has unveiled a new service that would reduce the effect of disruptions on Internet users. To provide greater reliability and resiliency for essential systems and applications, the complete package integrates managed and dedicated DNS solutions, unique filter chain technology, and data-driven automation capabilities.
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The news continues to be dominated by global internet disruptions, says NS1. They would be unavoidable and affect even the most sophisticated service providers, but the consequences can be higher than ever as the world grows more reliant on digital services and applications. According to Gartner, a single hour of downtime would cost more than $100,000 in 98 percent of enterprises. The operational consequences may be far-reaching and disastrous, stated NS1, affecting people’s ability to work, learn, receive health care, and stay informed, as well as possibly incurring major financial consequences.
NS1’s outage mitigation technology would give network and application teams the power and flexibility to dynamically route around difficulties in the case of provider failures or DDoS assaults, all without affecting users. Through NS1’s Managed DNS and Dedicated DNS offering, the system would provide DNS redundancy and failover.
Furthermore, NS1’s unique Filter Chain technology would enable teams to route traffic among various clouds or CDNs to handle traffic surges or reroute traffic to accessible resources in the event that a provider is having issues. According to NS1, users are therefore protected from outages and localized network disturbances that may otherwise disrupt company operations.
Through NS1 Connect, teams can also ease internal administration throughout their entire network footprint – from the cloud to the edge. The platform makes it simple to deploy, configure, and monitor NS1 systems, as well as connect additional data sources and control points to improve the efficiency of a team’s reaction to outages.
“Internet infrastructure can be unpredictable, especially in the wake of a global pandemic that continues to drive unprecedented traffic and network congestion,” said Kris Beevers, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at NS1. “Organizations are reliant on consistent connectivity and performance to ensure that systems and applications remain functional and that business moves forward. With NS1, companies gain peace of mind, knowing that in the event of an outage, they have the technology in place to keep systems and applications resilient.”