This video covers explains what a private DNS is and describes when it is used.
- [Male Voiceover] One very useful feature…of Route 53 is the ability to configure…Private DNS for a VPC.…Let's explore a use case illustrating why you might…want to use Private DNS and then go into the console…and set it up.…Let's say you are operating an application out of US West…and are using Route 53 to manage DNS.…Within the US West region, the current version…of the application runs on an instance…within a VPC.…You've configured a public hosted zone in Route 53…to direct users to this application.…
When a user tries to access this application,…Route 53 will handle the DNS query…and direct them to the appropriate instance.…Meanwhile, in your Development VPC,…you are hard at work on application updates.…Prior to deploying the new version of your application,…you want to test it from the perspective of a user.…The scope of your testing includes…using the actual domain for the application.…In order to complete your testing,…you configure an internal hosted zone in Route 53.…In that configuration, you specify an A-record,…
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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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