DNS Made Easy recently announced that, due to serious outage failures experienced by a number of registrar companies, the number of domain transfers handled by the company during this last week has gone up substantially. Serious DNS outages can cost millions of dollars in revenue loss. To ensure that such outages don't occur, companies need to make sure that their Internet infrastructure, and specifically DNS services, are diversified. DNS Made Easy is a provider of global IP Anycast enterprise DNS services to clients from across the globe.
In a statement, Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy, said, “Our DNS system and services just keep getting better. We don’t waste time with gimmicks or pushing our products with a sales team, something that would be a waste of our clients’ money. Instead, we invest in our hardware in order to help our clients avoid the serious problems that can result from outages.”
The social media community was a proactive element in the surge in new clients who approached DNS Made Easy. Members from different online communities recommended the company to both individuals and businesses. DNS Made Easy's new intuitive website also helped in winning the company a number of new users.
Job went on to say, “We don’t just invest in being the fastest, but we also offer services that will protect your brand and help you avoid downtime. Downtime is really a nail in your business’s coffin, and that is why we’re valued by our clients. We don’t want to simply save you money, we want to be here, as a partner, to help you earn money.”
DNS Made Easy’s services deliver a number of advantages to users. These include the company’s IP Anycast+ managed DNS, which has been based on a multi-cloud architecture. The IP Anycast+ ensures greater traffic scalability and deliverability and can support high speeds, which in turn ensure faster uptime.
Furthermore, DNS Made Easy beats out its competitors when it comes to Mega-POPS. Also anytime a client’s site, Internet, or service goes down, the company's system monitoring and advanced automatic DNS Failover automatically reroute the client's customers or traffic to a secondary IP address, server, or provider selected by the client.