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| type = Privately Held
| industry = Internet Performance Solutions
| founded = USA, 1998
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| employees = 51400-200500
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'''Dynamic Network ServicesDyn (pronounced “dine”) is a cloud-based Internet Performance company. Dyn helps companies monitor, Inccontrol, and optimize online infrastructure for an exceptional end-user experience.'''Dyn is the leading Internet Performance provider to the most visited web properties in the world, established in 1998 as measured by a team of young technologiststhe Alexa 1000, including Twitter, Netflix, Pandora, Zappos, CNBC, Etsy, BT, Hershey, is a company offering web hosting services The Guardian and sophisticated web technology solutionsSeeking Alpha. It is an [[IaaS]1] Their Internet Performance product suite includes Dyn Internet Intelligence, IP Transit Intelligence, Traffic Director, Managed DNS and [[Managed DNS]] Express. Dyn also offers Domain services manager; they provide two different DNS platformsand Email products. Dyn’s corporate headquarters are located in Manchester, NH, USA, with offices in Brighton, UK, Singapore, one for individuals and small businessesHanover, NH, and USA. Dyn is set to retire in favor of the other for larger corporationsOracle Cloud Infrastructure platform on May 31, 2020.<ref>[httphttps://www.circleidoracle.com/memberscorporate/4557acquisitions/ CircleID]<dyn/ref> They claim to be the world's fastest growing provider of managed [[DNS]].<ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/20100610_dyn_inc_selects_ntt_america_as_infrastructure_partnertechnologies/ CircleIDecommerce-customer-faq.com]html</ref>
==History==Dyn's current clients include: Twitterbegan as a free service running out of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. It was called DynDNS and offered users a DNS service capable of hosting a website from a home computer. As the business continued to grow, CNBCit shifted from a free model to a donation-based model, Netflixwhich enabled them to make $40, Photobucket000 in weeks, Gawker, Pandora, and Zapposfrom users around the world. They all use their Dynect The donation based model continued until a premium service called the DynECT Platformbecame available in 2008.<ref>[httpThe DynECT Platform offered advanced DNS related services to customers including but not limited to://wwwRound Robin Load Balancing, CDN Management, Traffic Management, and Active Failover.linkedin.com/company/dynamic-network-servicesThe service was mainly geared toward enterprise-inclevel consumers. LinkedIn]</ref>
In June2010, 2009Dyn purchased the Manchester, it became the first managed DNS provider New Hampshire-based SendLabs. This acquisition allowed Dyn to offer its Dynect Platform clients [[DNSSEC]]begin offering message management services.<ref>[http://wwwThis combination of traffic management and message management services allows Dyn to bill itself as a provider of Internet performance solutions.webhostingIn 2014, Dyn acquired Renesys and began offering internet intelligence services.info/news/1/dyn-incThe company nows calls itself an Internet Performance Management company that provides unrivaled visibility and control into cloud and public Internet resources.-pushes-dnssec-live_0623094603.htm WebHostingDyn’s platform monitors, controls and optimizes applications and infrastructure through Data, Analytics, and Traffic Steering, ensuring traffic gets delivered faster, safer, and more reliably than ever.info]</ref>
==History=Services===Dyn began in 1998 as offers a free service running out platform for Internet Performance of a college apartmentInternet Performance, as well as supporting services, at such as Domain and Email Services that time they offered users a [complement these core competencies.<ref>[http://dyn.com/products/ Dyn Products, Dyn.com]</ref>;<nowiki>Dyn's platform for Internet Performance Management includes:</nowiki>;<nowiki> Internet Intelligence, Internet Intelligence: Network, Internet Intelligence: Transit, Internet Alerts</nowiki>; Managed DNS]] service capable of hosting , Active Failover, Traffic Director, Dynamic Steering ; Domain and Email Services  ===$38 million Minority Investment===In October 2012, it was announced that Dyn had received a website $38 million Series A minority investment from a home computerNorth Bridge. As business continued to growThe investment deal also expanded the Board of Directors for the company, they had to change their business model to be donation basedwhich was originally staffed by only two of Dyn's founders. From there they became a recurring revenue <ref>[[SaaShttp://allthingsd.com/20121002/dyn-raises-38-million-from-north-bridge-and-jason-calacanis-joins-its-board/ Dyn Raises 38 million from North Bridge and Jason Calacanis Joins Its Board, AllThingsD.com]] company</ref> The Board now includes: Jeremy Hitchcock, Michael Boustridge, Jason Calacanis, Scott Dussault, Ric Fulop, John Lynch, and Russ Pyle. ===ReadyStatus Acquisition===On December 23, until they realized2013, in 2005Dyn announced it had acquired ReadyStatus, a tool that notifies customers of planned and unplanned service interruptions, thereby creating improved communication between end users and companies. The company has many prominent corporations were using plans for this new service, one of which includes integrating ReadyStatus with Dyn Managed DNS advanced feature Traffic Director, so if a company’s site goes down, their exclusive homepage can automatically failover to a status update page and end users won’t be left in the dark. Dyn customers should expect general availability and complete integration into the future product suite of softwarein the next year.<ref>[http://thenextweb. Thuscom/insider/2013/12/23/dyn-acquires-service-status-update-tool-readystatus-integrate-internet-performance-offerings/?fromcat=all#!wuW9q Dyn acquires service status tool ReadyStatus to integrate into its Internet performance offerings]</ref> ===Trendslide Acquisition===On May 13, they further catered their 2013, Dyn announced it had acquired Trendslide, a mobile dashboard app startup. The acquisition expands Dyn’s services to the corporate marketnow include mobile data and analytics offerings for online businesses. While this mobile app was traditionally intended to be a sales/marketing tool, reassessed their financial requirementsDyn will now position it as a DevOps tool for its customers. This move, combined with the acquisition of Verelo in late 2012 and began the hiring of Pete Cheslock as Dyn Director of Dev Tools and the promotion of Carl Levine to offer more unique options for [[DNS]] solutionsDevOps Evangelist, is proof that Dyn is committed to being an important voice and part of the DevOps community.<ref>[http://dynpando.com/why2013/05/13/infrastructure-as-a-service-company-dyn-acquires-trendslide-for-mobile-monitoring/about-us “Infrastructure as a service” company Dyn.comacquires Trendslide for mobile monitoring]</ref>
They began outsourcing ===Verelo Acquisition===On January 2 2013, Dyn announced that it had acquired Verelo, a Toronto-based website monitoring start-up. Just a few weeks prior, Verelo announced to the public that it would be closing down six months after its launch as it did not have the resources to gain traction and take the company to the market in 2007next level. Dyn subsequently approached the company and made an undisclosed offer that provided for a return to Verelo's initial investors. In 2010The company offers website uptime and performance analytics as well as malware detection and site health monitoring services, and given that Dyn's mantra is "Uptime is the company purchased three companies -– SendLabsBottom Line",<ref>[http://www.nhbrthe acquisition will be used to offer a number of new services to its customers at no extra charge.com/businessnewsstatenews/905237-257/dyn-inc.-acquires-sendlabs.html New Hampshire Business Review]</ref> EveryDNS,<ref>[http://www.xconomytechcrunch.com/boston/20102013/01/0702/verelo-dyn-inc-buys-everydnsacquisition/ xconomy]</ref> and EditDNS.<ref>[http://finance.yahooVerelo Dyn Acquisition, TechCrunch.com/news/Dyn-Inc-Acquires-EditDNS-and-iw-2477027455.html?x=0 Yahoo Finance]</ref>
==Services=Nettica Acquisition===The company offers core engineering services specializing in ApacheAdd Nettica Acquisition: Dyn announced on March 26, Python2014 that it had acquired Nettica, FreeBSDa US-based managed DNS provider.<ref>[http://dyn.com/blog/dyn-acquires-managed-dns-provider-nettica/ Nettica Dyn Acquisition, OpenVPN and PerlDyn.com]</ref>
==WikiLeaks=Renesys Acquisition===Dynannounced on May 21, 2014 that it had acquired Renesys, Inc. was quickly wrapped up within the controversy of WikiLeaks' release of classified American documents as they provided web-hosting services for the siteauthority on Internet intelligence. This acquisition enabled Dyn to launch Dyn stopped hosting Wikileaks on Dec. 2ndInternet Intelligence and IP Transit Intelligence, 2010; Wikileaks had made its big release a month prior. Dyn has said it was forced to stop hosting give customers the site after numerous [[DDoS]] attacksinsight to make instant, which put its ability intelligent decisions to provide for its other 500,000 customers in jeopardyimprove the performance of their Internet enabled applications. <ref>[http://www.nhbrdyn.com/businessnewsstatenewsblog/905237dyn-acquires-renesys-the-global-257/dynauthority-on-inc.internet-acquiresintelligence-sendlabs.html NHBR2/ Renesys Dyn Acquisition, Dyn.com]</ref>
==Associations==
Dynamic Network Services, Inc. maintain Dyn maintains associations with the following organizations -
* [[NANOG]]<ref>[http://nanog.org North American Network Operators' Group]</ref>
==Awards and Recognition==
* Business New Hampshire Magazine recognized Dynamic Network Services Named as The Best Small Company to Work for one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in NH in Decemberthe United States on January 14, 2010; it won the same distinction in 20072014.<ref>[http://millyardcommunicationswww.achievers.com/indexengaged/winners-2013.php?src=news&srctype=detail&category=News&refno=2025 BusinessNHThe Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ Awards]</ref> It will also enter in the ‘Hall of Fame’ in the year 2011. It was also the 2nd Best Small Company to work for in NH in the year 2009* In 2007November 2013, Dynamic Network Services got Dyn was listed as #210 on Inc. 5000 listDeloitte's Technology Fast 500 List.<ref>[http://www.tmcnetachievers.com/newsengaged/2007/09/12/2933295winners-2013.htm TMCnet.comphp The Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ Awards]</ref>.* In 4 years, from 2003 to 2007, Listed as #1135 on the company’s growth rate was 208famed Inc.7%; 5000 list in 2013, Dyn's third consecutive year in making it was subsequently ranked 73rd in on the list of "Top Companies in Telecommunications" in US by Trade Publication .<ref>[http://www.inc.com/profile/dyn Dyn Profile on Inc. Overall, it ranked 11th in New Hampshire.5000]</ref>* Dynamic Network Services, Inc. received Recognized by WorldBlu as one of the ''Innovation Rocks!'' award from the New Hampshire Division Most Democratic Places Workplaces of Economic Development’s Business Resource Center2013.<ref>[http://www.nheconomyworldblu.com/innovationawardee-rocksprofiles/Dynamic-Network-Service2013.aspx NH business Resource Centerphp The WorldBlu List]</ref>
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