Using Amazon Route 53 to Route End Users to Internet Applications

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Amazon Route 53 is a domain name management service with features that go beyond registration and name resolution allowing you to control how traffic is directed globally. In this lesson, you will be introduced to the service and learn how it helps you register a domain name and manage it worldwide.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn what Amazon Route 53 can do in terms of features and capabilities
  • Understand the routing options and health checks performed by the service

Intended Audience

  • Architects
  • Developers
  • System operators
  • Administrators
  • Anyone looking for a way to manage domain name servers using AWS

Prerequisites

To get the most out of this lesson you will need to meet the requirements for the AWS cloud practitioner certification. 

 

 

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