How does Dyn deliver?
Dyn solutions are at the core of Internet Performance. Through traffic management, message management and performance assurance, Dyn is connecting people through the Internet and ensuring information gets where it needs to go, faster and more reliably than ever before. Incorporated in 2001, Dyn’s global presence services enterprise, small business and personal customers.
Who Does Dyn Work With?
Anyone and everyone. From the Twitters and Ongages of the world that use our enterprise services to improve their website performance and email delivery, to the end user connecting to their webcam using Remote Access or using Email Delivery Express to send quick, reliable email, Dyn’s selection of Internet performance solutions are popular for a variety of users. We also have an extensive partner network that connects even more users with Dyn solutions.
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Where we'll be
DevOps Cardiff Meetup: Wales Sep 3, 2014
Network and exchange ideas regarding Continuous Delivery, Automation and DevOps practices. We'll demonstrate tools, techniques, and practices we use to bridge the gap between software development and the IT groups they rely upon. And oh yeah, Dyn is supplying the pizza and beer!
Sitecore Symposium: Las Vegas, NV Sep 8 - 10, 2014
Sitecore Symposium is designed for developers and marketers. You’ll join 1,200 of your peers for two days of strategic insight, technical education, product roadmaps, and networking. Stop by to say hello to Dyn at the Aria Resort! More information will be available soon.
Blog & News
This post was written by Milo Muller at aiScaler. How is this possible? CDNs (Content Delivery Networks) were created in the 90s, when the public internet was slow. Visitors were using 56k modems, fiber cables were non-existent and there were only a handful of internet exchange points. When specific websites became popular, they needed a […]