Starting today you can leverage DNSimple certificate automation to issue Let's Encrypt wildcard certificates.
Thank you for an awesome 2018. All of us here at DNSimple look forward to bringing you even more in 2019.
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect this week. Find out what we're changing to help customers comply with the new regulations.
A recap of the Ruby Unconf in Hamburg which was debuting the first weekend in May.
On May 10 we will shutdown the API v1 for 4 hours. On May 31, 2018 we will permanently shut down the API v1.
Corey Haines joins the DNSimple team from Chicago.
We have a new team member! Welcome Andrew Rabbitt to the DNSimple team.
On May 31, 2018 we will permanently shut down the API v1. Any API v1 integrations will no longer work.
We've been at Canada's one and only Fullstack Toronto, a *pretty good* conference in one of the most beautiful cities in Northern America. Here is our highlight reel.
Effective immediately, we've decreased the price for the whois privacy service from $8/year to as low as $2/year.
We've been to one of the biggest language-agnostic conferences in Europe. Here's our best of.
Today I welcome Maria Munuera to the DNSimple team.
Starting September 1st we'll adjust the domain registration, tranfer, and renewal prices for several TLDs, as a result of registry price increase.
We here at DNSimple love the chef community and it's heartwarming to be reminded how much they love us back.
At DNSimple we truly believe in automation, here's some of our future plans.
We've re-written our Chef Cookbook for Chef 12 and 13 compatibility and to use our domain management API v2.
CentralNic has discontinued a number of second-level TLDs they offer, including .AR.COM, .GB.COM, .HU.COM, .KR.COM, .QC.COM, .NO.COM, .SE.COM, .UY.COM.
Terraform 0.9 has been released, and it contains important updates to the DNSimple Provider.
Ole joins DNSimple helping with all things software.
Firefox and Chrome are now strengthening their warnings, flagging HTTP sites with forms as insecure. Here's how you can avoid the issue.
Discussing the experience of the DNSimple team at ChefConf 2016.
We are releasing big visible updates to our UI and we launched a new logotype to match what's coming up this year.
After the beta release of the version 2 of our API we have updated the official Ruby client to support the latest version.
A short coverage of the RubyDay 2015 conference in Italy.
In April 2016, the DNSimple team got together in Pomas, France for our team meetup. Here's what happened.
A short coverage of the RubyConf Philippines 2016 conference in Manila.
Laetitia joined the DNSimple team officially in January! Laetitia is in France and is working on customer onboarding and experience.
Luca joins the DNSimple team from Rome, he has been working on the API and he created the Hanami Ruby framework.
Summary of the 5th DNSimple team retreat held in Avignon at the end of August, 2015.
Mr Eden was in Hamburg earlier this Summer to drop knowledge at SoCoded 2015.
Mak joins the DNSimple team as our first DevOps Apprentice
Antoine joins the DNSimple team from Montreal to tackle customer acquisition.
Announcing our new web service for inspecting DNS zones and finding potential issues. Read on to see what Zone Vision can do for you.
5 years ago, today, the first commit for DNSimple was recorded in git.
Late last year I sat down with Antoine Meunier, 2014 canoe-kayak US champion and 2016 olympic hopeful, and over burittos we agreed to a sponsorship deal. Read on to find out more.
A short coverage of the TropicalRuby 2015 conference in Recife.
Sebastian joined the DNSimple team a few weeks back. Read on to find out a bit about him.
On October 31st, 2014 the API v0 will be shutted down and two-factor authentication for v1 will be enabled by default.
We're serious about improving security and you should be too. Here's our plan for issuing SHA-2 signed certificates
Heroku is closing their legacy routing system. For the new routing system you'll need a DNS provider that supports ALIAS records.
Joseph joins the DNSimple team from Indianapolis and will bring his development skills to bear on the DNSimple app.
Switching from one payment provider to another is no small task, but it is possible. In this post I will explain how we did it.
If you use vanity name servers you should read this as you may need to make changes at your domain registrar.
Javier Acero joined the DNSimple team a few weeks back. Read on to find out a bit about him.
Due to the Heartbleed SSL vulnerability, it's a good idea to replace your SSL keys and certificates once you've patched the vulnerability.
How DNSimple is reacting in front of the just discovered SSL Heartbeat vulnerability
Jacobo García joins the DNSimple team to work on our infrastructure from European time zones. Read on to find out a bit about Jacobo.
Today we are taking one step further in the separation between services and templates by officially removing standard templates in favor of services.
Aaron Kalin joined the DNSimple team to help with all things infrastructure. Read on to find out a bit about Aaron.
We updated our support site, leaving KBSimple in favor of a static site generator.
In the spirit of "out with the old and in with the new", we're launching our redesigned blog and a new status page today.
Happy New Year! As 2013 draws to a close, we would like to express our gratitude for your ongoing support. We've experienced an extraordinary year of growth.
As of yesterday, December 27th, we've replaced our Unicast servers with Anycast. All DNSimple customers now have access to our Anycast network at no additional charge.
Starting on the 1 January, 2014, a change in the rules for email addresses on your domain registrant information may cause your web site and email to be taken offline if you're not careful.
We have scheduled a one hour maintenance window beginning Sunday, December 1st at 10 AM Pacific time (1800 UTC).
We have scheduled a one hour maintenance window beginning Sunday, September 8 at 10 PM Pacific time (0500 UTC).
When you use a site on a regular basis it is nice to have keyboard shortcuts to make navigation easy. A week ago we added support to DNSimple for various keyboard shortcuts to make your life easier. Here is a short explanation on how to use them and how we implemented them.
We're moving our write enabled Postgres cluster to a new data center. As such we've scheduled a one hour maintenance window starting at 8am Pacific time (1500 UTC) on Sunday, June 30. The DNSimple app and API will be unavailable for roughly twenty minutes.
We have scheduled a one hour maintenance window beginning at 6pm Pacific time on Wednesday, May 15 (Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 0100 UTC). This will be used to update network routers at each of DNSimple's data centers to increase overall availability. We expect the DNSimple application and redirection service to each be unavailable for less than five minutes. Name service will not be affected. We apologies for any inconveniences this may cause our customers.
Today we're officially deprecating our advanced editor v1.
In order to update several low level components of our software stack we have scheduled a maintenance window beginning Sunday, April 21 at 0400 UTC (Saturday, April 20th at 9PM Pacific time). It will remain open for two hours. We expect the DNSimple application and API to be unavailable for less than twenty minutes. Name service will not be affected. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause our customers. Updates will be posted to our Twitter feed.
Modern web applications benefit from fast DNS responses. DNS response times may still add anywhere from 10s to 100s of milliseconds to your applications overall latency. DNS providers are constantly working to reduce lookup times using technology such as caching and the use of BGP protocols. Even web browser makers like Google have joined in with fast public resolvers and even improvements in web browsers. You may have already heard of this term: pre-fetching. Well we've gone one step further…
We will be moving NS3 from its current IP address to a new IP address.
As we close out 2012, I'd like to take a moment to reflect a bit on the year that is about to end.
We will be disabling the DNSimple web application and API starting at 6:30 AM UTC January 7th, 2013 for approximately 1 hour for a planned system upgrade. We will be posting updates on Twitter during this period if the maintenance window needs to be extended.
We are pleased to announce that RoboDomain Inc. is now a part of DNSimple!
DNSimple has a new Knowledge Base, available today at http://support.dnsimple.com.
On April 10th we will be retiring the old IP address for ns4.dnsimple.com.
This Sunday, September 18th, 2011, we will be performing a short maintenance on the DNSimple web site and API server. This maintenance will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes during which the web site and API will be unavailable.
We know how important DNS is to you. Whether you have selected DNSimple because of the easy to use domain management and registration or because of our comprehensive API or because you know that we care deeply about providing an awesome DNS and domain registration service, we want you to be confident that we will also work diligently to keep your DNS service stable and operational so you don't have to worry about it.
Jason Seifer has a simple bash script that you can use to discover your current IP address and then use the DNSimple API to update an A record. Awesome!
As of today we've added two additional NS names to the name server names you can and should use for domains hosted with DNSimple.
The DNSimple web site will be taken offline tonight for a short maintenance. DNS resolution should not be affected, although new records make take a few minutes longer than normal to show once the system is reactivated. We will post updates here as they become available. Thank you for your patience.
We've begun work on the DNSimple Knowledge Base. If you have questions about DNS in general or about DNSimple's offerings, please contact us and we'll answer your questions in the Knowledge Base. We look forward to hearing from you.
Yesterday I switched over DNSimple from a home grown background processing solution based on beanstalkd and custom code for handling queue messages as jobs to one using Resque.
Given all of the awesome stuff that keeps coming out for DNSimple, I've decided that I need to be able to write longer posts.