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An internet infrastructure reliability strategy has never been more important for communicating with customers, connecting employees, interacting with markets, and delivering services. In this webinar led by Gary Sloper, VP at Oracle Dyn, you’ll learn the three ways organizations are rearchitecting DNS to increase performance, improve quality of service, and better manage their migration to the cloud.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
- How to use the hidden performance capabilities in DNS to your advantage
- How to build reliability in your infrastructure and at the edge
- How DNS tools can be used for seamless migration to cloud
About your instructors
Gary Sloper is a vice president at Oracle Dyn, and brings over 20 years’ experience to his leadership of the global solutions engineering and customer success teams. His organization architects and implements cloud-based Edge Services.
Gary’s presales organization supports Oracle Dyn’s cloud based DNS, deliverability, and security services which help customers monitor, control, and optimize their CDN and hybrid cloud workloads.
He is a CIS graduate of Bentley University and frequently contributes to C-level technology publications and thought leadership forums. Gary is a member of the NH High Tech Council and the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC), and he serves as a board member at Alpha Loft, which incubates and accelerates startup and early-stage companies in NH.
Andy Still (@andy_still) is the co-founder of Intechnica, a vendor-independent IT development and performance consultancy and creator of TrafficDefender, the industry-leading website traffic management tool which specializes in identification and management of automated traffic.
With over 15 years of experience in IT, Andy specializes in application architecture for high scalability and throughput. Andy currently works on building Intechnica’s product range, which has successfully maintained service for a wide range of companies during peak events and also advises Intechnica clients on how to build and maintain highly performant systems as well as on how to optimize development processes and delivery.
Andy is the author of several O’Reilly books and is one of the organizers of the Web Performance Group North UK. He blogs irregularly at https://internetperformanceexpert.com.