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Time servers at the U.S. Naval Observatory

Who keeps the Internet’s clocks in sync?

Have you ever wonder who keeps all the Internet’s clocks in sync? The Internet’s most famous “clock maker” is Judah Levine. The physician Judah Levine contributed to create the software to control the hour over the Internet. In 1993, he had the great idea of distributing time over the Internet and he built the servers

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Stackscale's servers for IaaS

What’s Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS?

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) or Hardware as a Service (HaaS) is a cloud computing solution that consists of provisioning and managing computing resources over the Internet; such as servers, storage, networking and virtualization. IaaS makes it easier for companies to develop big projects without investing a great amount of money on IT equipment. Thanks

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Root DNSSEC KSK Ceremony

The Root DNSSEC KSK (Key-signing Key) Ceremony is a strict procedure during which the DNS root zone’s public keying information is signed for the three months following it. The KSK is the key used to sign the set of Zone-signing Keys (ZSK) every three months; being the trust anchor of the Domain Name System (DNS).

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