Fast DNS Hosting
By switching to high speed cloud based DDoS Protected DNS hosting you can increase DNS speed considerably resulting in faster web page delivery.
We recommend ClouDNS which we use as part of our website speed optimisation services, ClouDNS provides fast and secure Free DNS Hosting & Premium DNS Hosting with Global Anycast DNS Network.
ClouDNS is provider of global Managed DNS services, including GeoDNS, Anycast DNS and DDoS protected DNS. The company implements the industry's leading cloud service architecture for maximum DNS speed and DNS redundancy. ClouDNS platform monitors, controls and optimises applications and DNS infrastructure, ensuring traffic gets delivered faster, safer, and more reliably than ever.
Founded in 2010, ClouDNS services have grown to manage hundreds of thousands of customer domains receiving more than 5 billion queries per day. ClouDNS is the preferred DNS hosting choice for many brands, especially companies who closely monitor the price–performance ratio. With 34 Anycast locations all over the globe, no other enterprise DNS provider can compete with ClouDNS in price, performance, and overall return on investment.
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What is DNS and how does it work?
DNS (Domain Name System) is a system used to convert a name like google.com into an IP address 188.8.131.52, IP addresses are used by computers to communicate with each other on the internet.
When you visit a website, your device will first check your local DNS cache for the corresponding IP address. If your device has not recently looked up this website, then it will need to ask your configured DNS server which will forward the request on to the DNS server responsible for managing the records. This process is known as a DNS lookup request.
Once the IP address is known, it is stored locally for a set period of time known as the TTL (Time To Live) and used to speed up future requests, updated records are not returned until this time has expired.
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