Amazon Route 53

Amazon Route 53
Amazon Route 53 diagram

Amazon Route 53 Description

Amazon Route 53, launched in 2010, is a scalable and highly available Domain Name System (DNS) web service by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It distinguishes itself with seamless integration with other AWS services, providing robust failover, health checks, and latency-based routing. Amazon Route 53 is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and serves a global customer base.

Amazon Route 53 feature overview

Fully supported Partially supported Additional costs Not supported Unknown
DNS ManagementFully supported
Global Traffic DirectionFully supported
Failover ServicesFully supported
DDoS ProtectionFully supported
Secondary DNSFully supported
DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions)Fully supported
Anycast RoutingFully supported
TTL ManagementFully supported
Advanced Analytics and ReportingFully supported
API AccessFully supported
24/7 SupportFully supported
Web-based Management InterfaceFully supported
Custom DNS TemplatesFully supported
Integration with Other ServicesFully supported
ANAME RecordsNot supported
Advanced Traffic ManagementFully supported
Edge Network IntegrationFully supported
User Authentication and Access ControlFully supported
Proprietary TechnologiesFully supported
Specialized Security FeaturesFully supported
Customizable SLAs (Service Level Agreements)Fully supported
Pricing ModelsFully supported

AMAZON ROUTE35 Price Overview

The Rotue53 pricing is divided by the type of routing used by the client.

Queries to Alias records that are mapped within the AWS infra are free, this includes queries to:

  • Elastic Load Balancers
  • Amazon CloudFront distributions
  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk environments
  • Amazon S3 website buckets

Pricing Information

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