We help companies eliminate downtime caused by DNS failures and outages using the world's largest global DNS network.Cloud DNS Overview
Our high availability load balancer gives companies complete control over network traffic before it reaches the datacenter.Cloud Load Balancing Overview
Protect web applications at the very edge of the Internet, before harmful and unwanted traffic gets near your datacenter.Web Application Firewall Overview
Who is Total Uptime? Some say we offer Network-as-a-Service, others call it Availability-as-a-Service. We like to think of ourselves as an Application Availability Platform. But regardless of your preference, we know that we’re the company you wish you found a while ago. Whether you host applications internally or in some of the world’s largest data centers, like we do, we can help you increase the availability, performance and security of your web-accessible applications.
Learn more by visiting our About Us page.
A service provider that offers software-as-a-service or another cloud-based solution should understand what customers are looking for and what compels those very customers to choose an off-premise, “cloud-based” solution vs. the more traditional on-premise, self-hosted solution.read more
As we talk to people during the week, we periodically make suggestions for using Cloud Load Balancing or Failover that are often met with surprise, such as “Oh, I didn’t know it could be used for that”. So we thought it might be helpful to compile a list of 8 potential uses.read more
DNS tunneling is a misuse of DNS. Domain Name Servers (DNS) have been called the internet’s equivalent of a phone book. Rather than remembering an IP address with up to twelve digits, you just need to know the domain name associated with the IP address. DNS tunneling attempts to hijack the protocol to use it as a covert communications protocol or a means of data exfiltration. It is a broadly overlooked security threat.read more