Blog posts, documentation, and more about our robust and reliable networking backbone delivered through data centers located around the world.
As we outlined in our last network update, our network engineering department has been hard at work revamping our entire Internet-facing network by turning up gobs of capacity and directly peering with hundreds of networks all over the globe. Since then, we have extended our network backbone to all datacenters in North America and Europe. This […]
Linode has completed initial Internet capacity upgrades in all facilities. All of our datacenters are now multihomed with several tier-1 transit providers and the largest peering exchanges in the world. This marks a milestone in Linode’s history: we now manage our own true service provider network, allowing us to deliver robust and reliable connectivity. To […]
In his January blog post, Alex Forster articulated that we have a plan in motion to upgrade the network across all of our data centers. We would like to share with everyone what has been done so far, and what still needs doing. Staffing up Since December 2015, we’ve added two new members to our […]
Introducing Network Hotplug Now you can add, remove, or swap IPs on the fly, without the need to reboot your Linode. Previously the network infrastructure rules that govern a Linode’s networking capabilities were only rebuilt on boot. Now this is done automatically when you make changes, and without the need for a reboot, and will take effect […]
This is the second post in a series we’re doing about Linode: NextGen. The first post in the series focused on network upgrades we’re making. This post focuses on a new host specification, CPUs, a fleet refresh, and the deployment schedule for all these changes. Oh, and this: We’re investing millions to make your Linodes […]