BGP Anycast Use Cases
Security providers including VPN, WAF, and SIEM, can leverage anycast to provide highly available solutions with fast, reliable end user experiences.
By using anycast to make their global DNS servers available from a single IP, providers can improve their end users’ internet browsing experience.
With BGP anycast, recursive lookup requests made by end users will be resolved by the authoritative DNS server closest to them.
If one of your locations is impacted by a power outage, fire, or other disaster, anycast can seamlessly reroute traffic to a backup site with no interruption.
Content Delivery Networks
Content Delivery Network (CDN) providers can use BGP anycast to easily route requests to the closest and lowest latency edge server.
If your infrastructure includes public, private, and/or on-prem resources, you can use an anycast networking layer to agnostically route requests.
Performance and HA
Does your business depend on high availability and low latency? Find out how anycast networking can deliver the best possible speed and uptime.
BGP anycast ensures low-latency connectivity both to (and within) an overlay network, providing end users the best performance possible.
An anycast platform can meet the needs of anycast-as-a-service providers who require a purpose-built, highly available network.
BGP anycast can be configured to work with both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to improve performance and reliability.