I've been a corporate internal programmer for most of my career and the world of hosting, DNS, etc. is very new to me. I appreciate your patience.
I'm now working for a much smaller ecommerce company, and we are close to rolling out our website to the internet space...I've been tasked with Domain Registrar, DNS Provider, hosting etc.
I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations or input to the strategy I was most favouring?
I'm leaning towards a 3 prong type solution of:
keeping my registrar as GoDaddy
DNS provider of DynDNS / Dynect or DNS MadeEasy
dedicated server with Peer 1 or Crystaltech
I could really use some advice on the following:
any comments, recommendations, criticisms on this approach?
assuming I chose DynDNS as my DNS provider, are there any advantages to having them be my registrar as well(instead of GoDaddy)?
Since GoDaddy is a cheaper, I'm not seeeing any other advantage other than maybe saving a little time by keeping all in one place.