DNS stands for Domain Name System. It's a decentralized hierarchical system used on the internet to translate human-readable domain names (like www.itwonderlab.com) into machine-readable IP addresses (such as 2606:4700:3034::ac43:a39e) that computers use to identify each other on a network.

DNS acts as a directory service, enabling users to access websites and other internet resources using domain names rather than remembering complex IP addresses. When a user types a domain name into a web browser, the DNS system resolves that name into the corresponding IP address, allowing the user's device to connect to the intended web server or resource on the internet.

AWS Route 53 DNS
Amazon Route 53 is a scalable and highly available Domain Name System (DNS) web service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is designed to route end-user requests to globally distributed endpoints, such as web applications or resources, and effectively connects user requests to the corresponding AWS resources.
AWS EC2 Service
Tutorial and source code explaining how to manage AWS Route 53 DNS Service, create an register an EC2 instances and find an AMI with Terraform.
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