Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “Status”

Lessons From This Morning

We take our operational excellence extremely seriously. We know that one of the reasons people choose OpenDNS is because they know they can count on us for reliable DNS resolution, something many ISPs can’t promise. And so when…

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Benvenuti ai Nostri Amici Italiani

Yesterday, the DNS servers of Alice.it, one of Italy’s largest ISPs, went down for several hours. People who rely on Alice.it for their Internet waited. And waited. And then waited some more for their Internet to come back…

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OpenDNS resolves 200 billion requests, never blinks

Yesterday, OpenDNS resolved its 200,000,000,000th request. That’s 200 billion with a b.

Thank you to our many customers for making OpenDNS the world’s largest and fastest-growing DNS service. It’s been less than 3 months since we…

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OpenDNS serves over 100 billion DNS requests

Yesterday marked another milestone in OpenDNS’s history; we served our 100 billionth DNS request. I remember how excited we were to serve 1 billion DNS requests in our first month. Compare that to yesterday where we served…

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OpenDNS.com website down briefly; no impact to core DNS service

I’ve just posted about this on the OpenDNS System Status site, but the OpenDNS.com website (and blog.opendns.com, etc.) were unavailable due to authoritative DNS failure for about 90 minutes earlier today, starting around 1pm PT…

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OpenDNS hits 4 billion queries. Woot!

Yesterday we crossed the 4,000,000,000 (That’s four billion!) overall DNS query mark. More importantly, we also crossed the 100,000,000 (That’s one hundred million!) DNS queries per day mark. Check it out:   Woo Hoo! 8) …

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London servers coming soon. Still.

As of Dec 31, 2006, London is online.

On our network map, we show our four current network nodes in the United States, and provide insight into our future locations. The map, dated July 7, is still accurate as I type this.

For…

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Catching up on stats processing (and more)

If any of you look at our stats page as often as we do you might have noticed that the weekly graph was a bit wonky today and that we (temporarily) dropped the daily graph. I put a note up on the stats page explaining it but I’m…

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