What does “DNS” stand for in the internet world? It stands for “Domain Name System”. Used in finding the page a person is researching or looking for on the web. There are a lot of companies that provide this service for DNS owners, some are free services and some are monthly charges. The first company that provided this service was called VeriSign. It’s one of many companies that helps keep your network defined and online. They say that they have twelve years of no downtime.
They also claim that the owners of these sites never have to worry about Distributed Denial of Service (DDos) when joining their company. 724 Data is another IT support company that provides DNS (Domain Name System) Hosted Services throughout Los Angeles, Ca. They cover key technology areas such as servers, end-user devices, applications, network devices, remote sites, storage and backup, WAN, and roaming users. Their management team helps with technical and downtime problems. Early action to detail and awareness of your system also plays a big part in preventing common problems that are associated with DNS. Another company is DynDNS.com.
This hosting service company better known as Dynamic Network Services Inc. offer free DNS (Domain Name System) services just for trying their product. DynDNS.com offers all kinds of different packages to its end-users. They have the DynDNS Free, DynDNS Pro, DynDNS Custom, Dynect SMB, Domain Registration, and Secondary DNS. In my opinion these free services are backed by large sponsored telecommunication companies. Unlike DynDNS another company DNS Park helps with gaining and keeping control over your domain by allowing unlimited number of changes to your records in their control center. As soon as changes are made, you are notified with the real-time changes. Also, with DNS Park base hosting you get 100% web based management, quick and immediate record updates, all common record types(A, MX,NS,TXT, CNAME etc.),Round-Robin DNS, Wild cards records, and plenty more.
The core infrastructure on the internet is your DNS (Domain Name System). In general speaking it’s when the computer can take your information that you type in and translate it into an IP address then back to readable information for the end-user. Gathering the information quickly and pinpointing it to a particular authoritative server. In all it means it will pull up the webpage on the subject matter that we are searching for. Keep in mind that having a popular website means alot more queries. So your DNS need to be running at a standard speed. Some services to try for hosting are DNS MadeEasy, Dynect, NETRIPLEX, UltraDNS and Nominum. These services all have their own unique workflow for the end-user.