NS1 is one of the first infrastructure companies to both deliver software for on-premises and operate a cloud SaaS solution of its intelligent DNS and traffic management services. NS1 delivers the same software to both models, and as a result, its engineering organization and architecture roadmaps must span both.
Renee Orser details the journey the team has taken over the past two years to tackle the systemic complexity presented by multiple deployment mechanisms from first developing and operating a SaaS DNS platform to later releasing versioned software for on-premises usage of the company’s DNS products. She highlights a handful of the technology decisions required to purpose the technology toward a model that supports generic operators and disparate network environments, as well as methodologies for the managed services operations team to consume the same packages delivered to these customers and provide feedback. She dives into choices made to balance continuous delivery to one of the largest and most distributed global edge networks against scheduled and reliable release management for their containerized solutions. She walks you through how the team is progressing on a unified architectural model to ensure resources are allocated efficiently and end users have a singular technology experience.
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