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This article was published on December 23, 2013


    Dyn acquires service status tool ReadyStatus to integrate into its Internet performance offerings

    Dyn acquires service status tool ReadyStatus to integrate into its Internet performance offerings
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    Dyn-logo-blackInternet performance solutions company Dyn has acquired ReadyStatus, a tool that provides a status update page for online services. Dyn will integrate ReadyStatus with its products, including its managed DNS feature Traffic Director. This will mean that if a company’s site goes down, its homepage can automatically switch to a status update page.

    The all-cash deal is Dyn’s third acquisition this year, following website monitoring service Verelo in January, and mobile analytics dashboard tool Trendslide in May. ReadyStatus will continue to serve existing users.