Dyn Secondary DNS

Dyn Secondary DNS

Dyn‘s cloud-based Secondary DNS solution serves as a redundant complement to your existing DNS service to ensure your

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Part of Dyn’s Internet Performance Management Platform

Dyn’s cloud-based Secondary DNS  serves as a redundant complement to your existing DNS service to ensure your most critical applications remain available and that end users reach those applications faster than with any other solution. Secondary DNS sits on top of our global any cast network that has maintained 100% uptime since its inception in 2007 and delivers industry-leading response times worldwide, as well as 24 x 7 protection against Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks at the DNS layer.

DNS is a critical component to ensuring online services remain available and that end users are able to connect to those services as quickly as possible. With revenue-generating web applications, customer satisfaction, and employee productivity all dependant on DNS, you can’t aford to have your DNS service unavailable or underperforming for any amount of time.

Dyn’s cloud-based Secondary DNS solution serves as a redundant complement to your existing DNS service to ensure your most critical applications remain available and that end users reach those applications faster than with any other solution. Secondary DNS sits on top of our global anycast network that has maintained 100% uptime since its inception in 2007 and delivers industry-leading response times worldwide, as well as 24 x 7 protection against Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks at the DNS layer.

Dyn’s Secondary DNS complements your existing DNS infrastructure to ensure the highest level of availability and performance for your most critical online services.

Secondary DNS reduces the risk of outages to critical services while also protecting against delays while connecting to these services as any degradation on either DNS service will simply result in the alternative service winning the majority of the races to respond to incoming requests. This proves especially effective in the face of DNS-based DDoS attacks that often linger for days if not properly mitigated, bringing end user performance to a crawl before potentially rendering the services unavailable.

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