Considering a DNS Appliance from Infoblox, Blue Cat, or another vendor? We can help you overhaul your DNS infrastructure while saving you tens of thousands of dollars.
Domain Name System Enterprise ManagementThe Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, network devices, and other resources connected to the Internet or private networks. The primary function of DNS is to translate IP addresses into domain names that can be easily remembered by humans.
Businesses spend millions of dollars every year to develop and maintain their DNS infrastructure. Many companies use DNS Appliance solutions as a fast and reliable measure to solidify these mission-critical systems. However, these services come at a heavy price, with basic implementations ranging from $20,000 to $50,000.
We can often provide the same services, with the same levels of performance and security, at a much lower cost, due to our use of open-source software and technologies. We can build your company a DNS platform capable of handling queries for tens of thousands or millions of domains, and our staff will handle the migration of your zone records from the old system to your new system. Secure, browser-based management capabilities are included for your staff.
We can host your DNS servers in our space at the world-class RagingWire datacenter in Ashburn, Virginia. This new facility is considered one of the most secure and technologically advanced datacenters in this sought-after area, and it’s located in one of the best-connected regions on the planet. We can also build your servers and place them in your own hosting space.
Our Chief DNS Systems Architect is a former senior engineer for VeriSign, Inc., the leading DNS company in the world, and personally manages every DNS project. VeriSign is the largest DNS company in the world, and is tasked with management of the .com / .net DNS infrastructure.
We have engineered a proven DNS architecture that is stable and secure, and may include the following features:
- Proven Alternative to DNS Appliances
- Web-based Management for Clients & Staff
- Geographical Dispersion of DNS Servers
- Dedicated or Virtualized Hosting Environment
- Adherence to DNS Best Practices
- Linux / BIND Architecture
- 24/7 Systems Monitoring & Response