Route 53

AWS Route 53 is a scalable and highly available Domain Name System (DNS) web service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It enables users to manage and route internet traffic for their domains and applications, translating domain names into IP addresses and directing end-users to the appropriate resources.

Route 53 offers various DNS management features, including domain registration, DNS routing policies, health checks, and traffic management. It allows users to configure DNS settings for their domain names, such as setting up domain records (like A, CNAME, MX records), routing traffic based on different criteria (geolocation, latency, weighted routing), and managing the availability and health of resources through health checks.

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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