This video covers how to use Route53 to register a domain.
- [Instructor] Route 53 is the AWS service…for DNS and traffic management.…Let's look at some of its most basic DNS features.…Here I am logged in to the main AWS web console.…To get to Route 53, I need to scroll all the way down…to the very last entry in the first column under Networking.…If you have never done anything in Route 53 before,…you will see a screen that looks just like this.…You see the four main options.…These include DNS management, traffic management,…availability monitoring, and domain registration.…
To get started,…I want to look at the domain registration options,…so I scroll down a little bit…and click the blue Get started now button.…If you have ever registered a domain before,…this flow will feel pretty familiar.…AWS supports transferring a domain that you already own…as well as registering a new domain.…To get started with registering a new domain,…you simply click the blue Register Domain button…at the top of the screen.…This brings up the Choose a domain screen.…The first step is to search…
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- Exploring Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
- Configuring subnets, route tables, and gateways
- Working with access control lists (ACLs)
- Maintaining network security
- Implementing VPC peering and peer routing
- Using Route 53
- Managing a private DNS
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS Network Foundations
Understanding Route 534m 54s
2. Virtual Private Cloud
3. VPC Security
4. VPC Peering
5. Route 53
Wrap up1m 48s
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