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Ughh. That sounds about what I expected unfortunately.

Sorry to hear this as any reasonable corporate structure understands 'shit' happens in the tech universe. Fix it as expediently as possible and move on, putting in place as much protection as possible to prevent it in the future.

Do you think we'll see a true outage report or is this unlikely?




Based on the OP's statements about the company culture, is there an incentive for employees to be honest about their role in the outage? Do you think that enough Very Good Engineers stuck around post-acquisition to perform an independent root-cause analysis?

I've never known Go Daddy to make any public statements without testing them first. Whatever story gets released will likely be the one with the highest conversion rate.




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