DNS for a DevOps Future

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Jonathan Lewis, VP of Product Marketing

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Advancements in DNS (Domain Name Systems), including the ability to communicate via APIs and the power to couple real-time telemetry with automation capabilities, give this often overlooked but foundational component of the application delivery stack a critical role in a DevOps-driven world. Leading-edge enterprises have stopped viewing DNS as just a "phone book" and are now leveraging next-generation DNS to better manage their infrastructure, improve application performance and lower costs. In this webinar we'll focus on 3 case study examples of next-generation DNS in action: - How a gaming company integrated and automated multiple CDNs to cut content delivery costs in half - How an ad delivery platform delivers impressions 70% faster using a multi-cloud strategy managed by DNS - How a security SaaS organization used DNS to improve performance and reduce help desk calls

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