25 Jan '13, 8pm

DomainTools

Hi, I’m Andrew, and I’ve got a problem. I’m one of two System and Network Admins here at DomainTools and because we’re growing, we have enough work for three! Actually we had enough work for three last year but they wouldn’t let me hire anybody So I thought I’d write a quick blog post with some fun facts about our network and systems, and use it as a plug for a new role we are hiring for at DomainTools. Providing the services we do requires a major amount work. Gathering the data we do and processing it is a complicated job, and while we’re nowhere near a Google or Facebook, we need a good bit of computing power to handle things. We handle just short of a Terabyte of data per day. This data is pulled in as zone files, whois records, DNS/IP addresses, as well as screenshots and text for websites we know about. This data must then be analyzed in relation to our existing data...

Full article: http://blog.domaintools.com/2013/01/dev-ops-devops/

Tweets

Speaking at MWRC DevOps 2013:

mtnwestrubyconf.org 24 Jan '13, 5pm

At GitHub, we've been growing pretty quickly and that sort of growth presents a lot of challenges. We were feeling the pai...

DomainTools offers new Domain Reports for $49

domainnamewire.com 30 Jan '13, 6pm

DomainTools releases new product with comprehensive data for a single domain. DomainTools has released a new one-off produ...

Introducing Domain Report by DomainTools! Read our blog post by Director of Product Management and our press...

Introducing Domain Report by DomainTools! Read ...

blog.domaintools.com 30 Jan '13, 6pm

Today’s blog post is written by Mark Kendrick. Mark directs product management activities at DomainTools. He’s been with t...