Since its inception in the 1990s, load balancing has played an integral role in how traffic is distributed across networks. Whether your servers are exclusively in the cloud, in a data center, or on-site, load balancers are critical in keeping the flow of data moving smoothly and efficiently between servers and endpoints.
Clearly, you have a brilliant mind. You’ve already made the best DNS decision you could’ve possibly made for your organization — you’re with us! Now all you need to do is add your domain into your DNS Made Easy account so that you can reap the benefits! The process is simple, and we’re sure you could figure this out all on your own — but we’re here to make your job easier. Whether you need it or not, we’ve got your back every step of the way.
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Preventing outages isn’t just a good idea…nowadays, it’s a necessity! Even sites that haven’t previously been considered “mission-critical” are now feeling the pressure of growing demands and expectations of consumers.
If your site’s down, rest assured the internet will be abuzz about it. You can be a bigger clean freak than Monica Geller, but there’s no sweeping an outage under the rug!
Luckily for you, the ensuing aftermath of an outage can be avoided entirely just by using the F word! No, not that one. What kind of blog do you think this is? I’m talking about this F word:
In today’s current climate, nearly every website has become “mission-critical” in the eyes of end users. As expectations continue to rise exponentially, so does the pressure for businesses that provide online services. While some organizations may consider outages as part of doing business in the cloud, the voice of consumers is clear. It is not acceptable.
And consumers are right.
The average user does not understand the complexities of DNS and cloud computing — and they shouldn’t have to. But organizations do, or at least they should. …
Uptime has always been important, but there’s never been a time in history where it’s as mission-critical as it is today. From business transactions to recreational purposes and anything in between, just about everything is online now.
Whatever the nature of your business, the simple truth is you can’t afford downtime. The cost is too great. Not only can downtime cost your business up to $260,000 an hour or more, it can cost your consumers big too as online work, education, and play continue to rise at rapid rates.
Why risk it?
You may have read the title of this blog and thought to yourself, “That makes no sense. How can DNS be the MVP of Super Bowl 2021?” Aside from the fact that it hasn’t happened yet, it actually does make sense. A lot of sense.
Next to the Thanksgiving holidays and Cyber Monday, the Super Bowl generates the largest amount of online traffic each year. And with a global pandemic thrown into the mix, online activity and the demand for streaming will increase exponentially for Super Bowl 2021. In fact, last year’s Super Bowl saw a 23% increase in streaming…
We are now in the middle of the 2020 online holiday shopping season. We want to make sure that you maintain some sanity during these busy times. We decided to share some tips and tricks that you can use to make your work life easier!
When it comes to the internet, Batman is no longer enough. The world needs The Flash. And you have that, with DNS Made Easy!
It’s no secret that the internet plays an integral role in our daily lives and even more so due to the pandemic. The shift in how we work, shop, play, and even seek medical care has likely changed for good.
In our “new world,” internet reliability and speed are critical. Business demand for online services is higher than ever, and end-user expectations continue to grow exponentially. And both have the need for speed.
While a Batman…
RESTON, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, November 25, 2020. Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced a prolonged service outage yesterday that has affected their internet infrastructure services that many websites and apps heavily rely on. This multi-hour outage on Wednesday took down a large portion of the internet. As of now, the service has been nearly fully restored as of 4:18AM ET on Thursday morning, according to Amazon.
With the 2020 holidays quickly approaching, we have already entered the shopping season. This year’s retail sales were expected to show a 3.5 percent to 4.1 percent growth in sales, as reported by NRF (National Retail Federation). Despite 2020’s uncertain times, including the lingering trade war, coronavirus, and the presidential election, NRF predicted over a $3.9 trillion increase in retail sales during 2020.
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