There’s no such thing as a flawless content delivery network.
Look at Fastly’s recent “service configuration” that disrupted operations around the globe, affecting high-profile websites for Amazon, the New York Times, Spotify, Reddit, government agencies and Walt Disney World, to name a few.
The problem, which was corrected in about 2.5 hours, is a reminder of the Internet’s complicated infrastructure, which can send ripples far and wide.
Think about it!
How would your business be affected by a 2.5-hour Internet shutdown?