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Two Upcoming Webinars: IP Geolocation & Incident Response

At Oracle Dyn, we offer products that will improve your cloud infrastructure. We also run a massive cloud infrastructure and, as a result, have first-hand experience on what it takes to do that successfully. We address both of these unique capabilities in two totally different upcoming webinars.

Webinar #1

Title: Finding Yourself: The Challenges of Accurate IP Geolocation

Presenter: David Belson, Senior Director of Internet Research and Analysis

Date: Wednesday, January 24, 12 p.m. EST.

The dynamic nature of the Internet, and the growth of mobile Internet usage, makes it hard to identify definitive sources of ‘ground truth’ that support increased accuracy of IP geolocation data. However, despite the Internet’s disconnection from physical geography, there are ways to determine, with a high level of confidence, where an IP address is located. Being able to do this will have a positive commercial impact on your business.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What is IP geolocation?
  • How is this data compiled and how is it used?
  • How can inaccurate IP geolocation data impact your business?
  • Why results might differ across providers, and what causes these accuracy issues?

Click here to register.

Webinar #2

Title: Incident Response Management: Lessons Learned from a Battle-Proven Tech Ops Team

Presenter: Chris Chandler, Director of Edge Operations

Date: Tuesday, February 6, 11 a.m. CST

With the rise of Internet vulnerability and volatility, monthly or even weekly disruptions are becoming commonplace. Most technical operations environments today have established some type of formal incident response plan however building a plan that scales and is adaptable to varied durations, severities and complexities is essential to maintaining operational composure and brand reputation.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Incident Command: The management of resources and coordination of efforts within the confines of incident response.
  • Communications Coordination: The communication both internally and externally to our customers when issues arise or when we make changes to production environments related to the remediation of incidents.
  • Documentation Coordination: The collection of metrics, analysis of alerts, key performance indicators and analysis of various data sets to properly inform the other component layers of the impact and scope of an incident.

Click here to register for this Spiceworks partnership webinar.


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