In the past few months, Kontext's DNS server was not very stable as it went offline several times accidentally. When the DNS server is down, our domain (kontext.tech) cannot be parsed successfully to the IP address of Azure App Service (the service that hosts this website); thus it became unreachable to our users.

To ensure higher availability, Kontext has migrated to Azure DNS.

Azure DNS guarantee 100% SLA (always online) and rely on the Microsoft global network of DNS servers.

For more information, visit Azure DNS

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