Build resilient systems at scale
October 12–14, 2015 • New York, NY

Mean time to innocence – If everything’s green, why are we still slow?

4:35pm–5:15pm Tuesday, 10/13/2015
Location: Murray Hill East
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The internet is increasingly complex and routinely experience outages, instabilities, and attacks. While cloud providers, CDNs, and acceleration services may claim to be “always up,” that doesn’t mean that they’re “always reachable.” In fact, they are almost certainly experiencing a constant rate of low-level failure that is largely outside your control, and is still impacting your users.

How well are the providers of your online infrastructure working? What happens if they have a transient outage? Will you even know? Is a RUM waterfall telling you why page assets are sometimes slow and sometimes fast?

Join Phil Stanhope, Fellow of Dyn’s Office of the CTO, as he explores why enterprises need to arm themselves with the right tools to detect and remediate problems and protect their internet-connected assets.

This session is sponsored by Dyn

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Stanhope Philip

Dyn

Phil Stanhope is vice president of technology at Dyn. Phil’s focus varies across engineering, infrastructure, architecture, analytics, operations, and emerging technology strategy and planning. Phil is a known thought leader in the industry, having served on numerous advisory boards and technology adoption programs over the past 25 years.

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