Making choices with DNS-based Traffic Management

Increase uptime, availability and conversions

Published May 2013

As systems get more complex, the need to be able to load to other service providers for content delivery (CDN), site acceleration and DDoS protection increases. And in some cases, the limitation of integrations between platforms, architectures and vendors means customers find themselves stuck in single-vendor situations.

However with DNS-based Traffic Management, the concept of single-vendor solutions for data center, cloud, CDN or anti-DDoS is eliminated because all of the solutions get normalized to a simple piece of core Internet glue – the means in which data is routed to the service provider – via IP address or by hostname.

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