An Introduction to DNSSEC

DNS is a fundamental building block of the Internet. Its responsibility is to locate and translate domain names to its corresponding Internet Protocol Addresses (IPv4 and IPv6). Changes and adaptations in the industry have occurred over time; more top-level domains, registries, and registrars have come into existence, mankind witnessed the “Dot-Com” bubble,…

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Everything as a Service

Whenever I write about the cloud, I tend to break it down into three categories: software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS). As I was working on a cloud performance management ebook, a coworker suggested that I also include function as…

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A Honeywell Monitoring Story

Service providers have long been lauded for a willingness to ‘eat their own dog food,’ i.e. to use their own products or services for internal operations and/or development.  For Catchpoint, that means that we use our own digital experience monitoring platform to ensure that the platform itself is running optimally. Regular tests of…

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