Edge computing is the new black, and it comes in flavors. One of these flavors is the geo-proximate model, where workloads live in regional data centers, telco COs, or even in micro-data centers at the base of cell phone towers. Geo-proximate edge computing is heavily reliant on GeoDNS and other modern DNS tools.
The Domain Name System (DNS) vies with the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) for the title of “Achilles heel of the internet.” If you want to take down large swathes of the internet in a single event, DNS and/or BGP are how you’d go about it. Over the past few decades, there have been innumerable security … Read moreThe Worst DNS Attacks