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Tag: Route 53

Multi-Region Latency Based Routing now Available for AWS

The Amazon Web Services are now available in an ever-expanding series of locations. You’ve asked us to make it easier to build applications that span multiple AWS regions and we are happy to oblige. Today I’m pleased to announce that Amazon Route 53 is making available the same latency based routing technology that powers Amazon […]

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AWS Management Console Now Supports Amazon Route 53

  The AWS Management Console now includes complete support for Amazon Route 53. You can now create your hosted zones and set up the appropriate records (A, CNAME, MX, and so forth) in a convenient visual environment. Let’s walk through the entire process of registering a domain at a registrar and setting it up in […]

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Amazon Route 53 – Now an Even Better Value

I never get tired of writing posts that announce price decreases on the various AWS services! Today, we are reducing the price to host a set of DNS records for a domain (which we call a hosted zone) using Amazon Route 53. Here’s the new pricing structure: $0.50 per hosted zone per month for the […]

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Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53 in Sweden

The AWS global footprint continues to grow! We’ve just opened up an Amazon CloudFront and Route 53 edge location in Stockholm, Sweden. This is our 19th edge location worldwide and our 6th in Europe. You don’t need to do anything to your applications; requests are routed worldwide based on latency so CloudFront will automatically route […]

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Moving Ahead With Amazon Route 53

As you may know from my previous post, Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and highly scalable DNS service. Today we have some big news for users and fans of Route 53: You can use a new alias feature to map the root or apex of your hosted zone to your Elastic Load Balancer. […]

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Another New Edge Location for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53

We’ve just opened up an additional edge location for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. Located in picturesque Jacksonville, Florida, this new edge location enjoys long walks on the beach and responding to requests for content (CloudFront) and IP addresses (Route 53) from requesters in the southeast United States. This location brings the total number […]

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DNS30 – A Visual Tool for Amazon Route 53

I became cognizant of DNS30 during the private beta test of Amazon Route 53.I own quite a few personal domains for use by me and my family and I was looking forward to managing all of the DNS entries from one location. I tried it out and it worked just fine. In order to use […]

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