Bundy is a new applications framework for Internet infrastructure, such as DNS, DHCP, NTP. The Bundy framework consists of a control framework, an application interface, a statistics server, a logging framework, a remote control daemon, a configuration client tool, and numerous other tools for its development and operation.
Multiple infrastructure applications modules can be run under this framework. The Bundy authoritative DNS application is one such application. Bundy-DNS is designed to be dynamically-updated, easily extensible, and to leverage a database back-end.
The ISC started work on BIND 10 in 2009. In 2014 it became a community project and was renamed Bundy.
Friends of Bundy (related Free-Software Projects):
- BIND 10 - a former incarnation of Bundy
- KEA - the new ISC DHCP Server - Bundys brother
- BIND - the rock solid DNS server from ISC, Bundys daddy
- NSD - an authoritative only DNS server from NLnetLabs - this one is fast
- Unbound - a fast and secure DNSSEC validating caching DNS resolver (also from NLnetLabs)
- KNOTS - a high performance authoritative only DNS server (by cz.nic)
- Y.A.D.I.F.A. a fast and clean authoritative DNS Server (from EURid)
- PowerDNS Authoritative DNS and a DNS caching resolver - with database backend and many nice features