Saturday, 29 December 2018

Amazon Route 53 Includes Alias Record Assistance For API Gateway and VPC Endpoints

Amazon Route 53 is a mostly available and scalable Domain Name System (DNS) web service. Amazon Route 53 can be used to execute three main functions in any blend like domain registration, DNS routing, and health checking. Now Amazon Route 53 alias records can be used to associate custom domain names (such as api.example.com) both to API Gateway custom regional APIs and edge-optimized APIs and to Amazon VPC interface endpoints, except sustaining extra Route 53 query costs. Besides, Alias record allows you point your zone top at these resources, which is impractical with the use of standard DNS CNAME records. You can design alias records pointing to API Gateway resources and Amazon VPC endpoints with the use of Route 53 console or API. To read more about Amazon Route 53, refer developer guide.

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