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    Glue Records and Why They are Crucial Posted on April 10th, 2017 by Nilabh Mishra

    A lot has been written and discussed about Domain Name System (DNS) in the past few days. The DDoS attacks on one of the major managed DNS Providers a while ago just made us all take DNS issues seriously once again. So why so much emphasis on getting DNS Right? Like a lot of other […]

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    The Challenge of Omnichannel for Luxury Retail Brands Posted on April 6th, 2017 by Peter van Gils

    Almost all of the luxury brands that we work with are somewhere on the long and winding road between multichannel and omnichannel. For outsiders, this seems to be a small step but in reality, this is an extremely complex transition. In the luxury industry, multichannel often means that the brands have created an online channel […]

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    Your Elevate 2017 To-Do List Posted on April 5th, 2017 by Kevin Bonilla

    Elevate is now less than a week away and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome you to Las Vegas for our inaugural user conference. All four days at Elevate are promising to be packed with knowledge sharing and events, and while it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement surrounding the conference, it’s […]

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    From Firefighting to Fire Prevention Posted on March 30th, 2017 by Kevin Bonilla

    Any IT professional who has been part of a DevOps team understands that firefighting is a major part of your job description. When everything falls apart, you’re right in the thick of it trying to get to the root of the problem to fix it. This can be a very stressful and frustrating experience, but […]

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    Lessons Learned: March Madness Bracket Buster Posted on March 23rd, 2017 by Juan Luna

    The NCAA men’s basketball tournament kicked off last week, and like many other people, I was looking forward to building my bracket. My colleagues and I enjoy some friendly competition, so we used CBS Sports as our bracket challenge host. The cut-off for submissions was Thursday at noon—being busy with work and a procrastinator by […]

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    Incident Monitoring and Response Posted on March 22nd, 2017 by Catchpoint Systems

    Written by Chris Chandler, Network Operations Center Director at Dyn Within most technical operations environments, you’ll find some form of incident response plan.  These procedures are used to manage and resolve an incident as well as to communicate with customers when issues arise. At Dyn, we’ve evolved a philosophy around incident response that scales, and […]

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    Why Caching is a Vital Part of Website Performance Posted on March 13th, 2017 by Catchpoint Systems

    This is a guest post written by Roxana Elliott, section.io. When it comes to website performance and speed, we have a saying over here at section.io: Cache is King. We believe that an effective cache setup is the number-one thing websites can do to serve content to visitors as quickly as possible, improve both front-end […]

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    Web Monitoring Just Isn’t Good Enough Anymore Posted on March 9th, 2017 by Dennis Callaghan

    Monitoring tools for websites have been around for more than two decades now. They can tell you whether your site is up or down, how long it takes your webpage to load, even how long it takes to complete a multi-step transaction. All of this is done by monitoring the communication layers of the web, […]

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