On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 02:03:31PM +0100, Phil Mayers wrote:
> >Sorry for running advertisement here. But please know dnsdist is software
> >neutral, it is not "powerdnsdist".
> I've never come across dnsdist before. Would you describe it as
> production-ready?

Hi Phil,

A large CDN, one of .nl largest hosting providers, several country-sized
telecommunications service providers and most Swiss universities would let
us know if it wasn't.

Your question is justified of course. The history of dnsdist goes back to
2013.  We spent most of 2015 ramping it up, and even as we were doing so it
was already being deployed, pre-1.0.0.

Since we released 1.0.0 at UKNOF 34 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5abqhVfJFhg 
we have seen adoption skyrocket, and we have just accumulated enough reasons
to release 1.1.0 shortly. The release notes for beta-1 describe the sort of
things we are working on now

Not a single production crash or incident has been reported in 1.0.0. 

So to answer your question - our users have deployed it at scale, and we are
not aware of any issues you should know about.

http://dnsdist.org/ has more background & links to our mailing list.

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