Posted On: Nov 7, 2018

Beginning today, if you're using geoproximity routing in the Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow console, you can see how your end users will be routed to each of your application's endpoints on an interactive map.

Geoproximity routing lets you route traffic based on the physical distance between your users and your resources. You can also route more or less traffic to each resource by specifying a positive or negative bias. In the Traffic Flow console, the interactive map automatically adjusts to show how adding or removing endpoints, or changing the bias affects which endpoint that users in a given geographic location will be routed to. 

To learn more, read about Using Traffic Flow to Route DNS Traffic in the Route 53 Developer Guide.