In comparison, Dyn has 73 peers and only 25 Gpbs of publicly listed peering capacity (transit capacity is undisclosed). They also have a history of repeated outages, and the 1,053 sites listed in the top million of domains on Alexa that rely on them as a single DNS provider have suffered the consequences. This is why infrastructure is so pivotal. We aren’t saying you shouldn’t use Dyn, but we are saying you shouldn’t rely on them as your sole provider. Every organization should strive for redundancy at every point of failure.
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