Geography-based (Geo-Based) Routing
Assign different Addresses to different Geographic Regions
With the NOC.org Geography-based (Geo-Based)routing options, you can assign different IP addresses to a record depending on their region. For example, if you have multiple web servers in different countries, you can assign their IP to the users closest to user according to their physical location.
Build a Custom CDN with Geo-Based Routing
Most platforms don't require a Content Distribution (CDN) with 150 + Points of Presence (POP). Most sites have a need to service a localized market, with maybe a few regions. Geo-based routing gives a network admin the control they need to build their own CDN with limited knowledge and resources. Using Auth-DNS, a user can create a globally distributed network across the regions they care about the most, while maintaining access to their own data, and without the overhead that comes with complex architectures. With this option, a network admin can deploy multiple copies of a site across different servers, announcing their IP address based on the region they are located.
You don't need an external CDN, if you can build your own.
For example, if you have 3 Linode VPSs (one in Newark , one in London and one in Singapore), you can Configure the NOC.org announcements to optimize the routing of your visitors to them:
Newark VPS -> North America and South America
London VPS -> Europe and Africa
Singapore VPS -> Asia
If you have more servers, you can get even more granular and build a powerful CDN fully customized to an organizations needs. Those resources are also monitored by our performance and availability monitors, which ensures that active response and recovery is active through the entire network. This means if any node in the configuration fails, the entire network will detect, mitigate and respond accordingly by removing it out of the pool of utilization until it's been recovered; this ensures the availability, and integrity, of the network remains in tact. Once the node is recovered, it'll be automatically, and seamlessly, reintroduced into the network.