Oplon DNS Global Load Balancer and Firewall enables the infrastructure to globalize service delivery with security and confidentiality. The flexibility to direct a request to one service delivery source over another, such as according to the geographical location of the request or to make services available at different geographical points to support Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery procedures, is now very easy to implement thanks to the simplified management offered by this tool.
The anti-tracking and Ad Blocker advanced features (advertising blocker) available are now necessary requirements for organizations that move in a global competitive market.
The DNS Firewall features allow to filter requests and responses by routing malevolent or undesired requests and responses to “black-holes” that do not slow down the use of content.
It is possible to condition requests and responses through lists of undesired sites or lists of sites that can be used. This latter functionality makes it possible to assign "white-lists" of searchable sites to particular sensitive departments and make it more difficult to activate malware viruses and avoid data exfiltration phenomena.
All traffic managed by Oplon DNS Global Load Balancer can be finely traced for behavioral analysis and anomaly determination by identifying the sources of anomalies.
With Oplon DNS Global Load Balancer it is possible to reduce undesired tracing activities by third parties by intercepting the activities of analytical behavioral profiling systems, centrally blocking (adsblock) pop-up advertising banners.
The Oplon DoS/DDoS attack mitigation features can be activated to effectively protect DNS servers balanced by Oplon DNS Global Load Balancer by intervening when systems begin to experience problems of suffering
.Oplon DNS Global Load Balancer Balancer is effectively used in hybrid cloud infrastructures and can be installed in the cloud and maintains authoritative DNS in the organization’s data centers, introducing a very high reliability, independent of the tectonic plate in which the data centers are present.