Author: Martin Pramatarov

Hi, I’m Martin Pramatarov. I have two degrees, a Technician of Computer Networks and an MBA (Master of Business Administration). My passion is storytelling, but I can’t hide my nerdish side too. I never forgot my interest in the Hi-tech world. I have 10 years and thousands of articles written about DNS, cloud services, hosting, domain names, cryptocurrencies, hardware, software, AI, and everything in between. I have seen the Digital revolution, the Big migration to the cloud, and I am eager to write about all the exciting new tech trends in the following years. AI and Big Data are here already, and they will completely change the world!

I hope you enjoy my articles and the excellent services of ClouDNS!

DNS best practices

DNS • One Comment

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FTP vs HTTP: Understanding the Key Differences

Internet, Protocols • One Comment

Today we will see what exactly is FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and how does it compare to the newer protocol called HTTP (Hypertext...

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What is Anycast DNS and how does it work?

DNS

Are you tired of slow website load times and unreliable DNS resolution? Then, Anycast DNS may be the solution you’ve been looking...

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What is Traffic Director?

Load balancing • One Comment

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What is a Smurf DDoS attack?

DDoS, DNS

Yes, the Smurf attack sounds cute and harmless, but we can assure you it is not. Instead, it is yet another DDoS attack that is made to...

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Linux MTR command

Tools

There are many small network tools out there: Ping, Traceroute, Dig, Host, etc.  But, it is not so often when one of these small...

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IPv4 vs IPv6 and where did IPv5 go?

Internet

Every time you see some network settings, there are IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. As you can guess, the previous versions are long in the past...

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Types of DNS records – What are they and what is their purpose?

DNS Records

Do you know what types of DNS records are out there? If you don’t know them all, don’t worry, we will explain them all in brief. By...

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