It connects end user requests from the internet to AWS services, and also transfers traffic to external endpoints (outside of AWS) as well.
Route 53 helps you with:
- DNS management: It helps you host your new subdomain or existing subdomain while keeping parent domain to other DNSs.
- Traffic management: If we have multiple web services running in multiple regions, then it would be a very complex task to define the record sets in Route 53 routing policies. You can define one policy, but combining multiple policies is a very tough task. For this, Route 53 gives you a visual editor where you can create a tree in a fraction of time and save maximum effort. You can define the traffic policy in Route 53 using the AWS Management Console:
- Availability monitoring: Route 53 helps you monitor the health and performance of your web...