Do you need to manage DNS solutions within your AWS cloud? If so, Route 53 is the tool you will use. In this video, explore the capabilities and features of Route 53.
- It's finally Route 53 time. … So Route 53 is just the kind of cool name … that AWS gives to the DNS service they provide. … Route 53 is a managed service within AWS, … and what that means is you don't have … to create an instance of Route 53. … It's just there, and you need to go in … and start using it if you want to use it. … It's the thing that's going to let you create … aliases and hostnames, even entire domains. … You can actually register … a domain name from within Route 53 … so you get your own domain name to use for everything. … So, Route 53 is the place to go … for overall DNS management in AWS. … Let's see how the interface works. … So under Networking and Content Delivery … is where you'll find it, … choose Route 53, … and this brings you into an overview page … if you've never worked with it before. … You can see you have the option to do DNS management, … so just typical DNS stuff. … But you also have traffic management, … and this is one of the really cool features of Route 53. …
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