“So what do you do anyway?”
It’s a frequent question that we get. While being complex at times to explain, it’s actually pretty simple if you understand the Internet: we help the best web brands and presences in the world serve their end users faster performing websites and enterprise transactional email.
Who do you work with?
Anyone and everyone. From the Twitters and Spiceworks of the world that use our enterprise services to the end user connecting to their webcam using DynDNS Pro, Dyn’s selection of DNS services are popular for a variety of uses. We also have an extensive partner network.
How can I learn more?
When you need email delivered and/or need to not worry about your website’s uptime, look to Dyn, the world leader in Internet Infrastructure as a Service.
Register or transfer a domain through Dyn today!
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Where we'll be
HostingCon: Austin, TX Jun 17 - 19, 2013
Dyn will have a booth this year at HostingCon. The event brings together the industry’s best and the brightest thought leaders. Subject matter experts and professionals gather with an express purpose — to network, learn and grow. Dyn's own Kyle York will speak on the "Rise of the CRO". Andy Piggot has also been chosen to be on a panel titled, "Now is the Time for IPv6” on Wednesday at 9:00am. They will be joined at the conference by Curtis Swanson, Tom Denniston, John Zahr and Ryan O'Hara.
Velocity: Santa Clara, CA Jun 18 - 20, 2013
Dyn once again returns to Velocity -- aka the best place on the planet for web ops and performance professionals to learn from peers, exchange ideas with experts, and share best practices and lessons learned. We will be hosting a Music Meets Tech party featuring The Tumbleweed Wanderers in the Santa Clara Convention Center Ballroom. Some of the faces you will see from Dyn will include Dave Brenner, Chris Gonyea, Bob Gray, AJ Garron, Tim White and many more.
Blog & News
Performance on demand is essential to the adoption of DevOps in the current state of affairs. The key tenet of DevOps is performance — not just how well your systems perform, but also the technology that allows them to operate optimally. The other day, my better half was talking about the trials and tribulations of her [...]