Posted by joseph on December 11, 2011 ·
GSLB is short for Global Server Load Balancing, and is a tried and tested way of improving the availability and speed of Internet-based services. GSLB enables distribution of traffic across multiple sites, manages disaster recovery, and ensures that applications are consistently accessible.
Posted by joseph on December 5, 2009 ·
Email is an extremely powerful and valuable tool for netizen, but only when used in the right way. As such we fully support measures that aim to defend users from unwanted emails.
One way to do this is by participating in the Sender Policy Framework (SPF), which is an open standard method of allowing [...]
Posted by joseph on September 8, 2009 ·
dig (as known as “domain internet groper”) is a utility that can talk directly to name servers in order to gather detailed domain name related information.
DNS is used to resolve a host name or alias into IP address,so that your computer can find the resource you’re looking for. However, [...]