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We’re excited to announce the public preview of Certificate Manager and its integration with External HTTPS Load Balancing. Certificate Manager enables you to use External HTTPS Load Balancing with as many certificates or domains as you need. You can bring your own TLS certificates and keys if you have an existing certificate lifecycle management solution …

When building applications that are critical to your business, one key consideration is always high availability. In Google Cloud, we recommend building your strategic applications on a multi-regional architecture. In this article, we will see how Cloud DNS routing policies can help simplify your multi-regional design. As an example, let’s take a web application that …

Starting a website can be hard, we get it. There are many vendors you have to work with and steps to tie together. What DNS records do I need to add? How do I enable DNSSEC? Is my website secure and safe from cyber attacks? These types of questions plague millions of website operators globally. …

Are we learning from the past? At what point should others take accountability for their actions? When do we stop the cycle that has failed us and try a new approach? The move to the cloud started back in 2006. That was when AWS first started offering IT infrastructure services to other businesses. Over the …

In late February 2019, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization that manages the IP addresses and domain names used on the web, issued a warning on the risks of systemic Internet attacks. Here is what you need to know about what is at stake. What is the DNS? The Domain Name …