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In addition to customizing, hardening, and securing intelligent servers, TCPWave provides the most advanced, and resilient, DNS service available for fortune 500 companies and network carriers. Only TCPWave can effectively stop a DDoS attack with Anycast routing and automatic watchdogs. Go to TCPWave.com to learn how the most resilient DNS appliance in the world can provide your enterprise 100% up-time.
In addition to customizing, hardening, and securing intelligent servers, TCPWave provides the most advanced, and resilient, DNS service available for fortune 500 companies and network carriers. Only TCPWave can effectively stop a DDoS attack with Anycast routing and automatic watchdogs. Go to TCPWave.com to learn how the most resilient DNS appliance in the world can provide your enterprise 100% up-time.

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When your external DNS gets attacked like the recent attack that brought down twitter, reddit etc, you have three options. One of the options is to do a panic fix and escalate with your provider. The second option is to diversify the providers so that the attack is diluted. The third option is to have a scalability factor built across multiple providers...
#DNS #TCPWaveDDI #CloudAutoScaleDNS

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#TCPWave keeps your #VMWare farms and #DNS in Sync.

Does your IPAM see your virtual world and reconcile the network address space accordingly? Do you have to do crazy workarounds to manipulate the virtual datacenter IPs in your IPAM? If yes, then TCPWave has a solution for you. With TCPWave advanced virtual discovery mechanism, you can discover your entire VMware infrastructure within seconds. You can gain instant visibility into your VMware network address space and track them via TCPWave IPAM.
#IPAM #DDI

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https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/tcpwaves-next-gen-dns-firewall-srini-sam-parepally?trk=hb_ntf_MEGAPHONE_ARTICLE_POST

TCPWave's Next Gen DNS Firewall

Increased usage of mobile devices and proliferation of corporate BYOD devices increase the attack surface in typical enterprises. Due to this, traditional defenses like anti-virus software to detect and disable malware at the endpoints are no longer effective. While endpoint defenses are essential, TCPWave not only brings in an extra layer of security via its DNS firewall technology but fills security gaps where conventional defenses lag.

Full article here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/tcpwaves-next-gen-dns-firewall-srini-sam-parepally?trk=hb_ntf_MEGAPHONE_ARTICLE_POST

#CloudDNS #DNSSecurity #DNSFirewall 

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Discover the business advantages with #TCPWave IPAM.

Fast and Reliable, Internal and External Domain Name System (DNS) Management: TCPWave’s widely acclaimed integration between DNS and the backbone routing makes it a prominent leader in the Software Defined Networking (SDN) arena. The TCPWave DNS Appliances leverage this unique integration of DNS and Anycast routing network to provide secure and reliable DNS. TCPWave’s DNS and DHCP appliances are centrally managed by TCPWave Management Appliances. When a TCPWave DNS appliance is provisioned, it is automatically managed by the TCPWave Management Appliances with minimal user intervention. The administrator gets a full control on how and when the configuration gets deployed or updated. The monitoring module of the TCPWave IPAM ensures that each Anycast appliance is advertising the correct VIPs and if the core and edge routers are receiving the correct Anycast routes.

Public Cloud DNS Management: TCPWave automates the DNS updates to your public cloud, be it Google, Amazon Route53 or Azure DNS. TCPWave Management Appliances make sure that the internal and external DNS data is always kept in sync. TCPWave also provides DNS appliance images for public cloud deployments thus satisfying your needs for a hybrid cloud datacenter.

#BulletProofDNS #Move2Cloud #Anycast4DNS

Read more from here: http://bit.ly/1NVqVU4 

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Traditional DNS has a lot of security issues. Managing DNS with DNSSEC or GSS-TSIG has many operational overheads. Sending DNS updates using UDP port 53 has been proven as an insecure way to operate the mission critical DNS infrastructure. TCPWave has designed a revolutionary method of securing dynamic changes using a robust security model. Changes made in the IP Address Management web interface are sent using a secure conduit from the management server to the remote DNS server. A powerful logic developed in Java examines the contents of the update, determines the authenticity of the source IP Address and then processes. After updating the master DNS, the secure conduit service sends an acknowledgement back to the management server. If the acknowledgement is not received, the management server sends a retry. This communication uses a TCP port with a 1024bit encryption key. Malicious users cannot spoof the IP of the management server and take control of your DNS environment with this advanced protection offered by TCPWave.

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