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Case Study | Evernote dyn.com @dyn page 2 "Dyn Traffic Director helped us reduce risk and uncertainty as we migrated to the cloud," recalls Jermaine Revita, Network Architect for Evernote. "We used the ratio load balancing capabilities to transition in phases. We started by directing a small percentage of traffic to Google, and then ramped up production incrementally as we made adjustments and gained confidence in the new cloud infrastructure." Traffic Director's geolocation load balancing capabilities help Evernote simplify troubleshooting and improve customer satisfaction. "With Dyn we can create regional traffic pools to isolate and resolve network performance issues," explains Revita. "The solution helps us deliver consistent user experiences across geographies." Thanks to Dyn, Evernote moved its core applications to Google Cloud Platform without disrupting service, impairing application performance, or compromising customer satisfaction. Learn more about Traffic Director at: dyn.com The Oracle Dyn global business unit (GBU) helps companies build and operate a secure, intelligent cloud edge. Our services help customers operate resilient, secure, and high-performance sites and applications via fully managed DNS and Web Application Security services. Dyn's solutions are backed by one of the world's most comprehensive internet performance data sets, collecting more than 200 billion internet data points daily across a global network. More than 3,500 customers rely on Oracle Dyn's edge services, including preeminent digital brands such as Netflix, Twitter, CNBC and LinkedIn. For more information, visit dyn.com. Copyright © 2015, 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reaserved. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. 1079

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