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The Myths of Reliability

Have generalized "best practices" that aren't backed by relevant data halted your ability to improve your infrastructure for your organization?

May 12, 2020 - 10AM PT | 1PM ET
  • linkedin
  • encrypt-me
  • dropbox
  • algolia-logo-light
  • imgur
  • yelp
  • magnetic

Reasons to Watch

  • Modern enterprises like LinkedIn leverage NS1's API-first DNS in their infrastructure
  • NS1 gave Dropbox the ability to easily add new edge facilities based on needs
  • Squarespace leverages NS1's API to create new customers' DNS records in real-time
  • Salesforce leverages NS1 to accomplish DNSSEC with traffic routing

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery both brought fundamental changes to how we build, operate, and maintain infrastructure at scale.

Our knowledge of the systemic properties of complex systems has improved, leading us into a new era. Much of this knowledge has been at the expense of reliability "best practices" that feel very intuitive, but are not backed up by data.

Forward-looking enterprises reject those myths and are now discussing their CI/CD, and now Continuous Verification strategy.

Join Verica’s Casey Rosenthal as he discusses: 

  • Why the shipbuilding industry benefited from risk-taking
  • How small decisions had outsized impacts as the shoe industry scaled
  • What myths are in the way of reliability and in turn more resilient systems

Presented By

  • Casey Rosenthal
    Casey Rosenthal

    Co-Founder & CEO, Verica



Magnetic’s performance is now beating even the largest Internet advertising giants. We’ve decreased latency by 70 percent – and have the same number of servers. They’re just now deployed in a far more cost-effective, flexible and resilient infrastructure that isn’t locked into a single cloud provider.

James Marcus Vice President of Technical Operations, Magnetic