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DNS Center Resource Launches

DNSstuff.com unveils DNS resource center; announces content partnership with Infoblox

NEWBURYPORT, Mass. -- DNSstuff.com, a global leader in DNS knowledge and tools with one of the largest communities of IT professionals on the Web, today unveiled the industry’s first online DNS Resource Center to help address DNS issues and to combat growing concern over the vulnerability of DNS. The DNS Resource Center is the ultimate destination for DNS and networking best practices and expertise with information, tools and insights from the leading experts in the space, as well as user-generated content and feedback.

The company also announced that it has teamed with Infoblox to create original content for the center and publish advice from Cricket Liu, the company’s Vice President of Architecture, a renowned DNS expert, and co-author of O’Reilly and Assoc. book DNS and BIND. Additional contributors include F5 Networks and ReturnPath.

"DNS is most often made vulnerable by simple configuration errors that can easily be corrected with proper education or training," explained Paul D. Parisi, CTO of DNSstuff.com. "The DNS Resource Center offers all of the industry’s best information and advice in one easy-to-use and access website so that IT professionals can quickly find the answers they need. We’ve removed the guesswork from the equation."

DNSstuff.com

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