This IDC Buyer Case Study examines the prior situation and the results of the decision by HomeAway to move its DNS from an add-on with its datacenter provider to Dyn's cloud-based solution. The details surrounding this decision and process provide best practices and key considerations for other organizations facing similar situations. This process is relatable to not only organizations focused on DNS but any organization deciding between IT on-premises and in the cloud.
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