It’s Always DNS Why Outages Are Growing More Common and What You Can Do About It

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Sophie Morrigan, Laura McMaster Phoenix, Katie Tregurtha

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Nobody is ever allowed to say it’s “just a DNS entry”, and for good reason. Today, It’s not “just DNS” - it’s the underpinning of the entire digital world. With outages becoming more frequent and damaging to your business’ bottom line, there’s never been a better time to look at how your DNS can be part of a larger business resilience strategy to mitigate the impact of future outages. Join us on January 27 for a discussion that will cover the evolving role of DNS, from recent high profile outages, the DMV, Pokemon, and all the way back to myspace.com. Attendees will learn: -How the role of DNS has evolved in the context of our digital-first world -Why outages have become more damaging, visible, and frequent - and how DNS factors into many of these outages -Steps your team can take to build resilience into your DNS and larger IT infrastructure to minimize the impact of future outages on your users
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