By default, new installations of WordPress set the time zone to UTC (UTC+0). This is great if you live in Greenwich, but for most people setting the time zone to the location where the blog posts will be posted ensures readers know when something was posted and accurate records are kept on the blog.
To maintain an Internet presence with DNS services, organisations have a number of options, including on-premise open source software, on-premise commercial software, a network appliance or a cloud-based cloud DNS server.
At Linuxpeak we often get asked: What’s the best option for DNS? There is no one definitive answer to that question as every organisation’s requirements are different, but in most cases a cloud-based DNS service is the best option in terms of cost and complexity. To calculate the “hidden” cost of DNS consider the following scenarios.