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Case Study: Radix

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dyn.com @dyn page 1 Customer Challenge Quickly resolve customers' domains. Provide customers with high availability and low latency. Solution Oracle Dyn Secondary DNS. Results Smashed records for a new nTLD launch by registering 28,000+ domains under the new .online name within 30 minutes. "Adding Oracle Dyn as our secondary DNS provider was seamless, and Oracle Dyn's support has been excellent. Overall, it just made sense for us from both a technical and commercial perspective, and has been an awesome experience." – Priyanka Damwani Manager, Channel Marketing Oracle Dyn Case Study: RADIX A Rock-Solid Infrastructure for one of the Largest nTLD Registries Executive Summary: Radix Launching a nTLD (new top-level domain) successfully can bring a unique set of challenges around scalability and speed. Asia's largest nTLD registry, Radix FZC, owns the registry rights to such popular domain names as .website and .host, and recently had a record-breaking launch of the .online domain with nearly 30,000 domains registered within 30 minutes. When you're operating at that level of growth, you need the ability to scale your infrastructure quickly and ensure you're delivering rock-solid and super-reliable service to your customers. That's what Dyn TLD does. Challenge: Rapid Scale, Quick Resolution, Low Latency There are now over 70,000 .online domains registered with Radix having over 300,000 domains under management. "As a registry service provider, the most important thing for us is to ensure that a customer's domain is resolved quickly and has high availability and low latency," notes Priyanka Damwani, Manager, Channel Marketing at Radix. "And, obviously, we don't want our customers to see downtime."

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