Bad DNS Trips Can Ruin Web Performance

March 16, 2015

If it sounds weird that DNS could have an impact on your web performance, it's not. Many trends in websites and applications have come about in recent years that have led to sluggish performance and can be linked directly to poor DNS including:

  • Rise of modular websites
  • Web content with too short of a TTL
  • Content Delivery Networks and Global Server Load Balancing

Download the Knowledge Brief from Aberdeen to learn more about how to remedy this for your company and what common practices actually cause this lag in DNS.

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