For this presentation we are looking at interesting dnsdist usecases, since
we do know dnsdist is out there at large scale already. Major CDNs, national
mobile carriers, TLD operators are among the known deployments.
But more is always better. If you have a story how dnsdist solved a problem
for you, or enabled you to do something you couldn't do before, can you let
me know (privately)?
I can then work your story into the dnsdist '1.0.0' presentation, either
anonymously or with reference to your work.
Even if you don't think what you are doing is in any way special, please do
let us know. It might be more interesting than you think.
On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 03:16:13PM +0200, Remi Gacogne wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> We are pleased to announce the release of the first beta version of
> dnsdist, 1.0.0-beta1.
> We intend to release the final 1.0.0 version on April 21st, just in time
> for the UKNOF34 meeting.
> In addition to several bug-fixes and improvements, a lot of new exciting
> features have been added since alpha2:
> - A per-pool packet cache
> - Some actions do not stop the processing anymore when they match,
> allowing more complex setups: Delay, Disable Validation, Log, MacAddr,
> No Recurse and of course None
> - The new RE2Rule() is available, using the RE2 regular expression
> library to match queries, in addition to the existing POSIX-based
> - SpoofAction() now supports multiple A and AAAA records
> - Remote logging of questions and answers via Protocol Buffer
> A more complete changelog can be found at
> http://dnsdist.org/changelog/#dnsdist-100-beta1 and the current
> documentation at http://dnsdist.org/README/.
> Release tarballs are available here:
> https://downloads.powerdns.com/releases/ >
> Several packages are also available on our repository:
> https://repo.powerdns.com/ >
> Best regards,
> Remi Gacogne
> PowerDNS.COM BV - https://www.powerdns.com/ >