Amazon Route 53
Amazon Route 53 is a highly-dispensable and scalable web service for cloud domain names (DNS). It has been created to enable developers and companies to transfer end users to the Internet by using numeric IP addresses such as 192.0.2.1 that computers use to connect. They can translate names such as www.exam.com into numeric IP addresses. Amazon Route 53 is also fully IPv6 compatible.
Amazon Route 53 connects users' queries to an AWS infrastructure, such as Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing or Amazon S3 buckets, and can also be used to route customers into an outside infrastructure. You can configure DNS health inspections using Amazon Route 53, continuously monitor the ability of your apps to recover from failures and control the application recovery with the Route 53 Application Recovery Controller.
The traffic flow of Amazon Route 53 makes it easy for you to manage the traffic internationally through a range of roads, including latency routing, geoproximity, and weighted round robin – all of which can be used with DNS Failover to offer various architectures with low latency, defect tolerance. You may quickly manage the way your end users are routed to the end points of your application with the simple visual editor of Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow, whether in an AWS region or worldwide. The Amazon Route 53 also supports Domain Naming Registration - you may automatically create DNS settings for your domains by acquiring and managing domain names such as example.com and Amazon Route 53.
- Amazon Route 53 is constructed with the highly available and reliable architecture of AWS. Highly reliable and available. The dispersed structure of our DNS servers ensures consistent access to your application for your end users. Traffic flow and routing control features such as amazon route 53 assist you to increase dependability by simply configuring failure to re-route your visitors to an alternative position if your primary endpoint does not exist.
- Flexible Traffic routes based on several parameters (such as endpoint health, geographical location and latency), Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow. You can establish a variety of traffic policies and determine at any time which policies are active.
- Designed for various Web services from Amazon: Amazon Route 53 works nicely with other functionalities and offers of AWS. With Amazon Route 53, you have a strong control on who to update your DNS data with the AWS Identity and Access Management (Iam).
- Simple: Amazon Route 53 will start answering your DNS questions in only a few minutes with self-service registration. With the AWS Management Console or our user-friendly API you may configure your DNS configuration. The Amazon Route 53 API can also be included in your overall web application programmatically.
- Fast: The Amazon Route 53 is meant to automate your users' routes, based on the network conditions, using a global anycast network of DNS servers all over the world. In turn, the service gives your end customers minimal query latency and low update latency for their DNS record management requirements.
- Cost-effective: you benefit from AWS scaling via the Amazon Route 53. You pay solely for the resources that you use, like a number of questions that the service answers for each of your domains, hosting areas for domains through the service and other optional services such as traffic policies and health checks.
- Secure: Integrating Amazon Route 53 with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) lets you allow uniqueness, administer the permissions of every AWS user to identify which portions of the Amazon Route 53 service are accessible. Secure:
- Scalable: route 53 is designed to handle very big query volumes automatically without your intervention.
- Simplify hybrid cloud: Amazon Route 53 Resolver supplies your Amazon VPC with recursive DNS and on-site networks via AWS direct connection or AWS managed vpns.