Salesforce outage | xpertDNS Closing - Alternative DNS Providers? | Switch acquires Texas-based colo provider Data Foundry

 
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Subject: Salesforce outage | xpertDNS Closing - Alternative DNS Providers? | Switch acquires Texas-based colo provider Data Foundry
Date: May 12th 2021

May 12th 2021

Salesforce outage

News came in overnight of an outage at Salesforce, which turned out to likely be due to a change to DNS settings causing logins to fail and API integrations to error out, and multiple third-party sites reporting outages or failed services. Downdetector also showed a large spike in error reports, but Salesforce were quick to take to Twitter and provide updates as soon as they realised that there was an issue. Services now appear to be restored with just a few minor wobbles ongoing. Were you affected?

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xpertDNS Closing - Alternative DNS Hosting Companies?

Jessica is looking for a new DNS hosting company after xpertDNS announced that they are closing down from May 15th 2021, and that they are not taking any more orders. User data will be deleted on that date. She's probably not alone in her search and there's likely to be a rush of people looking for a new DNS service if they haven't already heard that xpertDNS are stopping services this coming weekend. Cloudflare has already been suggested but which DNS provider(s) do you have experience with that you can recommend in this thread?

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Switch acquires Texas colo provider Data Foundry

Switch entered into an agreement to acquire carrier-neutral colocation provider Data Foundry, for $420 million in an all cash transaction, the company announced last week. The acquisition is expected to close by mid-2021, subject to customary closing conditions including regulatory approval. With data centers in Austin and Houston, Data Foundry is strategically located in a rapidly growing technology hub which offers a highly favorable business environment both established and early-stage growth companies. The acquisition provides Switch with expansion opportunities in Texas, complementing and diversifying Switch's existing geographic footprint and revenue exposure. This move expands the Switch portfolio to 16 operational data centers across six locations and will anchor the company's Fifth Prime data center campus.

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