Men and Mice’s QuickDNS load balancing and fault tolerance solution is now up to version 3.5 and ready for Mac OS X. QuickDNS is a DNS (Domain Name System) management system for the Mac that enables simultaneous management of DNS servers on Linux platforms, as well as Apple’s next generation operating system.
The DNS is the heartbeat of the Internet, acting as a directory that maps host names to IP addresses. Basically, every task performed through a web browser, email application, etc. relies on the proper functioning of the DNS System.
The product is used by Internet Service Providers (ISP/ASP), corporations, government and educational institutions, as well as small to medium size companies. The software is scalable to meet the needs of a growing company, according to the folks at Men and Mice.
QuickDNS 3.5 for Mac OS X retails for US$349 for a single license and $549 for a pack of two licenses. Owners of earlier versions are available for special offers. Cruise on over to the
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