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  • 3. Set your Nameservers
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  • 4. Upload your Files
    Use an FTP program, or Online File Manager

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Google Makes Nomulus Open Source

Nomulus, Google’s cloud-based registry platform for TLDs, has gone open source. Google released the code for Nomulus under the Apache 2.0 license. Nomulus runs on the Google App Engine and is backed by Google’s NoSQL Cloud Datastore. Nomulus was started in 2011. According to Google, Nomulus manages multiple TLDs and supports all TLD functions. Read more here.