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Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Sep 27, 2016
How do you choose the best cloud security solution? Denial of service, data breaches, and SQL injection attacks are growing faster than on-premises firewalls can scale—you need a cloud-based security solution to meet the threat. Learn about the various solutions and techniques for web, DNS, and infrastructure security.
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akamai, web, dns, infrastructure security, sql, cloud security solution
    
Akamai Technologies
Published By: Limelight Networks     Published Date: Feb 21, 2018
Organizations looking to deliver great digital experiences for their customers often choose to deliver that content using Content Delivery Networks (CDNs). In some cases, using multiple CDNs to deliver these digital content experiences promises even greater levels of availability and performance. But how do you know if a multi-CDN strategy is right for your business? This free Guide will help!
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Limelight Networks
Published By: Limelight Networks     Published Date: Feb 21, 2018
Content delivery networks (CDNs) can significantly improve the user experience of your online audiences….but not all CDNs deliver the same level of service. Learn how to choose the right CDN for your business
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Limelight Networks
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: May 24, 2012
Forrester Consulting recently analyzed the requirements for consolidating branch office infrastructures while simultaneously supporting the demands of emerging business goals.
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infrastructure, server and storage virtualization, wan optimization, dns, dhcp, branch-office
    
Riverbed
Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Oct 04, 2016
With nearly 80% of businesses experiencing four or more disruptions to their site each month, Aberdeen Group recently conducted a study to get to the root of today's internet performance challenges. Read the findings and discover how companies: Improve resolution times resulting from web outages - 65% of companies experience an hour or more to repair an internet related outage Increase customer satisfaction by 30% - A consistent, reliable and fast web experience is your key to happy, loyal customers Protect revenue - 60% of businesses record a minute of downtime resulting in a $1,000 loss in revenue Are your online services and sites built for resiliency or destined for the headlines? Get the report to find out how leading organizations are bucking the stats and implementing Internet Performance Management (IPM ) tools to boost time to resolution and improve site performance.
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performance management, website, internet, dns
    
Dyn
Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Oct 04, 2016
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks increased by over 100% YoY. With nearly a quarter of the attacks aimed at the DNS layer and close to 80% not identified until they reach the DNS layer, it is no secret you should evaluate your Manage DNS provider critically as your first line defense in DDoS mitigation. Download this eBook to best equip your business against impending DDoS attacks including: • Common types of DDoS attacks and which layers of your infrastructure are most at risk • How to geographically isolate attacks and mitigate latency • How to get the best before, during and after attack protection
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ddos, dns, cdn, attacks
    
Dyn
Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Nov 03, 2016
Global DNS performance and availability are critical to user experience. According to Gartner, “DNS is mission-critical to all organizations that connect to the internet. DNS failure or poor performance leads to applications, data and content becoming unavailable, causing user frustration, lost sales and business reputation damage.” But many businesses still rely on a single, often in-house DNS solution that lacks global scale and resiliency. This white paper reviews the business advantages of implementing a high availability DNS architecture using redundant DNS services. You will learn: - The critical role DNS plays in the user experience. - The risks of relying solely on a single DNS solution. - The added performance and reliability benefits of a high availability DNS architecture with a redundant managed DNS service. - Criteria for evaluating a managed DNS service provider.
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dyn, dns, downtime risk, end-user experience
    
Dyn
Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Nov 03, 2016
We all know that hybrid cloud adoption is exploding, with 80% of enterprises having at least some infrastructure in the cloud. This growth includes increased use of the internet to deliver applications, sites and services to employees, partners and customers. These companies need an internet performance management (IPM) strategy to ensure those services reach users effectively, starting with DNS. Join Trip Kucera and Dyn VP, Gary Sloper, as they discuss the impact of cloud and internet infrastructure across the cloud adoption lifecycle. Key focus points include: • Optimizing round trip times and latency, from time to first byte, to internet routing • Understanding and comparing cloud service providers • Protecting your service from route hijacks, DDoS attacks and mitigating vulnerabilities. Watch this short Video Webinar and learn how focusing on the DNS layer can help you plan, migrate and optimize your way to cloud success!
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dyn, dns, hybrid, hybrid cloud, ipm
    
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Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Nov 03, 2016
The more you invest in an internet hybrid infrastructure, the more exposed you can be to internet events. At the internet infrastructure layer, this can mean unavailable destinations, poor performing paths and security events such as DDoS attacks. The fact is that there are thousands of internet events that happen every day and when it comes to DDoS attacks 97% of them happen at the infrastructure layer. You shouldn't rely on a single DNS service to protect you from all of these potential problems. Just like everything else in your IT architecture you should always have a backup plan. How you implement a redundant DNS architecture is not a given. Watch this informative webinar and learn about different ways you can get the benefits of a hardened internet infrastructure layer that fits your existing and planned online architecture. Get insights and examples from our DNS experts on different key approaches.
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dyn, dns, hybrid infrastructure
    
Dyn
Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Jul 07, 2016
Selevision wanted a data centre provider to host its services - Video on Demand, Live TV and Catch-up TV. It needed direct access to the world’s top CDNs, NSPs, ISPs and mobile data providers to securely stream video across the Middle East region. Selevision chose to host its services in the Equinix Internet Business Exchange (IBX) located in Dubai.
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content management, content on demand, equinix, content
    
Equinix
Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Jul 11, 2016
Selevision wanted a data centre provider to host its services - Video on Demand, Live TV and Catch-up TV. It needed direct access to the world’s top CDNs, NSPs, ISPs and mobile data providers to securely stream video across the Middle East region. Selevision chose to host its services in the Equinix Internet Business Exchange (IBX) located in Dubai.
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content management, content on demand, equinix, content
    
Equinix
Published By: Dyn     Published Date: Mar 30, 2016
IPM offers unparalleled visibility across the Internet allowing you the ability to optimize infrastructure costs, mitigate risk, and protect your revenue. Unlike APM and NPM which only provide visibility into your applications or internal network respectively, IPM provides a complete end-to-end view of the public Internet so you can: - Decide where to host content and applications for top performance - Determine the impact website partners, such as cloud providers and ISPs, have on web responsiveness - Identify optimal cloud hosts, NSPs, CDNs, and SaaS providers for Internet traffic, by region - Monitor and measure service provider performance and SLA compliance
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dyn, internet performance management, online performance, ipm, apm, npm
    
Dyn
Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Mar 10, 2016
What digital trends are forcing CDN services to evolve? CDN services are changing, and web and application delivery professionals are navigating the evolving CDN landscape. Read the Forrester Research Report, "CDNs Extend to Web Performance Optimization and End-To-End Cloud Services" to learn what new capabilities are required from the Next Generation CDN.
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cdns, akamai technology, web performance optimization, cloud services
    
Akamai Technologies
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jul 05, 2017
Every user’s first interaction with your website begins with a series of DNS queries. The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed internet database that maps human-readable names to IP addresses, ensuring users reach the correct website when entering a URL. DNS mappings are maintained in special-purpose servers called DNS nameservers. When a user enters your company’s URL, a DNS query is routed to a DNS nameserver containing the address mappings for your company’s internet domain.
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advanced traffic steering, global internet visibility, open programming interfaces, risk management tools, secondary dns
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jul 05, 2017
Improve the performance, security and reliability of your DNS infrastructure by adding a supplemental DNS service to your IT environment. Best-of-breed managed DNS service providers have the global DNS infrastructure and deep DNS network operations expertise to ensure your success. Adding a secondary DNS service can help you deliver consistent, high-quality user experiences across the world and mitigate outage risk. To learn more read our white paper: High Availability DNS Reduces Downtime Risk and Improves End-User Experience
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dns, service, serve traffic, corporate firewall, service features, api daemon
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
In this eBook, we’ll make the case for why you need to rethink DNS from several different and important perspectives. The first is to rethink your DNS choices. Choices around solutions, vendors and configurations that were made several years ago may no longer be optimal in today’s environment. The second is to rethink the importance of DNS for building digital resilience, including the need for a secondary DNS configuration. The third is to rethink the value of DNS as it has evolved to be so much more than simple domain name resolution. Modern DNS with intelligent response capabilities continues to open up new opportunities for traffic steering across hybrid resources.
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scalability, dynamic network, dns, world wide, point of presence, pop, hardware, systems
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
The DNS is an often-overlooked protocol. Historically, many companies believed they could either run their own DNS service in-house or simply use a bundled option provided by their hosting or CDN provider. However, with the rise in DDoS attacks and continued migration to the cloud, the mission-critical nature of the DNS has become quite apparent to companies around the world. As a result, many are searching for a managed DNS provider.
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dns, email delivery, global ip, network, connectivity, isp, service provider
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Every user’s first interaction with your website begins with a series of DNS queries. The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed internet database that maps human-readable names to IP addresses, ensuring users reach the correct website when entering a URL. DNS mappings are maintained in special-purpose servers called DNS nameservers. When a user enters your company’s URL, a DNS query is routed to a DNS nameserver containing the address mappings for your company’s internet domain.
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traffic, dns, internet, visibility, programming, interfaces, optimization, routing
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Today’s network edge is increasingly taking on a critical role in connecting users to the digital content and web services that they need to reach. This is driving a new approach to load balancing that starts at the edge. Powered by DNS, edge-based global load balancing (GLB) steers user traffic to destination endpoints based on IT-defined policies. GLB works independently or in concert with site-based, or on premises, load balancing technologies in a “federated” system. This approach applies load balancing and traffic steering policies at each layer from the user edge to the host—whether virtual or physical—where the request is actually served.
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geo-zoning, path, optimization, resource, asset, balancing, virtual, resource
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Before Bad Things Happen – Be Prepared Providing a great user experience is always the goal, and the best way to achieve that is by having a well-thought-out digital business continuity strategy. You can’t always know what type of disruption you’ll face next, but you can be sure that there will be one. It may come in the form of a broken connection but, even more likely, the availability of the application or host. DNS active failover ensures real-time failover to healthy endpoints, allowing you to extend your business continuity solution to the user edge.
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dns, digital, business, geographically, server, online, retailers
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Creating a highly scalable, reliable, and efficient DNS infrastructure takes time, money, and expertise. You can accelerate your success and contain costs with a cloud-based service. Cloud-based DNS also exposes myriad opportunities to leverage the DNS infrastructure for global load balancing and traffic steering across hybrid environments.
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dns, performance, reliability, network, global, anycast, customer, satisfaction, revenues, designing
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Secondary DNS (sometimes referred to as multi-DNS) operates in an “always on” manner to complement your existing infrastructure as an additional authoritative DNS service. When an end user’s recursive server initiates a DNS request, both the “primary” DNS service and the “secondary” DNS will respond as soon as they receive the request. The response that reaches the recursive server first will be passed back to the end user, completing their request.
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dns, service, server, infrastructure, technology, business, optimization
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
DNS speed and reliability are fundamental to the performance of your website and essential to your business. Contact Dyn today to learn how a supplemental DNS service can help you optimize DNS performance and improve user experiences. We can help you determine which multi- DNS option is best for your business and assist with planning and service integration efforts.
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dns, service, management, traffic, vendors, delegation, protocol, traffic
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
DDoS attacks can impair your website, tarnish your brand, and impact your bottom line. Conventional security products like firewalls and intrusion prevention systems and newer cloud-based scrubbing services can’t protect your DNS infrastructure against today’s increasingly sophisticated attacks. The best way to defend against DDoS attacks is to trust the operation of your DNS infrastructure to a managed service provider that lives and breathes DNS. Best-of-breed managed DNS providers operate global anycast networks that mitigate DDoS threats to keep your online business up and running.
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dns, provider, global, anycast, network, customer, pop, business
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle Dyn     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
Secondary DNS (sometimes referred to as multi-DNS) operates in an “always on” manner to complement your existing infrastructure as an additional authoritative DNS service. When an end user’s recursive server initiates a DNS request, both the “primary” DNS service and the “secondary” DNS will respond as soon as they receive the request. The response that reaches the recursive server first will be passed back to the end user, completing their request.
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dns, service, server, infrastructure, technology, business, optimization
    
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