Internet Performance for Dummies

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Internet Performance For Dummies, Dyn Special Edition 42 These materials are © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. ✓ Computing resources are optimized through global server load balancing ✓ End‐user performance is improved through proper geolo- cation ✓ End users get DNS‐based DDoS protection and other security benefits that are very difficult to get from their IT teams. ✓ IT resources are freed up for core IT services and projects To learn more about managed DNS providers, go to dyn.com/ dns-providers. Provide Redundant Access to Your Cloud Services Like any other business‐critical IT service, cloud‐based IT services must be resilient with no single points‐of‐failure. Provisioning redundant network access from multiple service providers will help to ensure your cloud‐based services are always reachable by your users and customers. Measure Cloud Performance to Key Markets Internet Performance varies from network to network and region to region. Understand where key markets for your business are located, which provider networks service those markets, and how they perform both historically and in real time. Likewise, measure and monitor the performance of your various cloud service providers in your key markets. Explore Problem Mitigation Before It Happens Internet Performance tools enable enterprise infrastructure and operations (I&O) teams to proactively monitor and ana-

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