We provide only the highest possible level of service with a 99.9999% uptime history at the most competitive pricing in the industry. DNS Made Easy has been praised as being the Best Valued DNS Provider and highest ROI. With 14 IP Anycast+ locations all over the globe, no other enterprise DNS provider can compete with DNS Made Easy in price, performance, and overall return on investment.
Our network's backbone rests on only the largest and most reliable data providers in the business. We guarantee providing answers to each DNS request with complete redundancy for each of the 15 billion DNS requests we receive each day. We believe that having zero downtime is not only expected in a DNS provider, but required.
We know that managing our full network from contract, to rack, to router, to switch, to name server is the only way we can fully manage and optimize it for speed, redundancy, and scalability. With 100% of network management being handled in-house, we ensure that you receive the highest quality of service possible.
DNS Made Easy goes a step further with offering an IP Anycast+ network. IP Anycast+ is a proprietary multi-cloud architecture designed by DNS Made Easy to solve the inadequacies of standard IP Anycast networks. IP Anycast+ provides enhanced traffic scalability, deliverability, and speed.
A geographically diverse network requires presence on a global scale. IP Anycast+ and geographically distributed DNS networks are vital to the security and reliability of a network. DNS Made Easy provides an IP Anycast+ network that spans the United States, Europe, and Asia at 14 different POP's.
The DNS Made Easy network works with only the highest quality carrier-neutral data facilities. Our global network is built upon these state of the art facilities such as: Telx, Equinix, Teremark, CoreSite, Telehouse, Internic, and Mega-I.
The Global Traffic Director provides geographical source-based IP routing. This unique type of service allows GTD users to optimize and direct traffic flow based on the geographical location of their end user. So clients in Europe can access their European servers and their users in United States can access their US based servers.