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Route 53: Amazon’s New DNS Service

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Amazon Web Services (see previous CloudAve coverage) today announced the beta release of their new DNS service, Route 53, as a part of their offerings. Unlike many others, Amazon is not resting on their laurels and the large marketshare in the public cloud market. Instead, they are innovating at such a pace that their competitors are finding it hard to keep up. Route 53, their DNS web service, fits very well with their strategy for a public cloud world domination. With just one stroke, Amazon has made life difficult for companies like DNSmadeeasy, Dyndns, Ultradns, etc..

What is Route 53?

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Route 53: Amazon’s New DNS Service- CloudAve .com

   

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