Managed DNS for China to be launched by NS1
|Christian Hargrave in Mobile Tech Friday, September 1, 2017|
Managed DNS for China platform to bring advanced traffic management features to China in announcement by NS1.
The platform involves a new DNS network comprised of delivery nodes physically located in mainland China that are well-interconnected with major Chinese internet service providers (ISPs). End users in the region can expect improved response times and an improved application experience when accessing content and applications powered by NS1’s Managed DNS for China.
- Full-featured traffic management: Complete access to NS1's Filter Chain technology, monitoring, Data Feeds, third party integrations and ability to leverage Pulsar telemetry-based routing.
- Improved reliability: DNS queries from China don't need to traverse the "Great Firewall," which can lead to traffic being slowed down or blocked entirely.
- Unified management: Zone and record management is offered through their management portal.
- Full API support with real-time propagation: Changes to records, monitors and Data Feeds are propagated to DNS delivery nodes in seconds.
Jonathan Sullivan, co-founder and chief product officer of NS1, said: “Global enterprises and businesses based in Mainland China are looking for an in-region DNS solution that offers improved reliability and performance along with full-featured traffic management capabilities. Managed DNS for China addresses these needs by bringing the full power of the NS1 platform directly into the region. We’re excited to be the first to offer a flexible and seamless way for global brands to manage their internet traffic within the Chinese market. Businesses with domains dedicated to servicing audiences in Mainland China now have access to the same world-class platform that has made NS1 the DNS and traffic management provider of choice for the biggest brands on the internet."
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