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Designing a Secure DNS Architecture

White Paper Published By: Infoblox
Infoblox
Published:  Sep 09, 2014
Type:  White Paper
Length:  9 pages

In today’s networking landscape, it is no longer adequate to have a DNS infrastructure that simply responds to queries. What is needed is an integrated self-protecting DNS architecture that also enables smart growth. DNS is essential to any organization. Without a working DNS protocol, it would be almost impossible to have an Internet of Things that communicate with each other. Without a proper DNS infrastructure, your organization would not have a presence in cyberspace. Ecommerce companies would not be able to sell their services. Even brick-and-mortar companies need DNS servers to advertise their products. In short, the Internet as we know it would not exist. Designing a scalable and secure DNS architecture requires more than increased bandwidth and QPS. Read this white paper to learn how to build a comprehensive, secure, and scalable DNS solution that ensures availability of essential infrastructure enabling your organization to both grow and protect itself.



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