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Route53 Hosted Zone is an AWS service that allows users to manage their DNS records, including domain registration and routing traffic. It is a scalable, secure, and highly available web service that provides a cost-efficient way to assign domain names to AWS resources. The hosted zone makes it easy for users to create and manage DNS records such as A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS and TXT records. It also offers powerful tools for health checks and traffic management—allowing users to route end-user requests across multiple application endpoints or configure failover in the event of an outage or system failure.


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Route53 Record Set
Route53-hosted-zone and Route53-resource-record-set in AWS are closely related. A hosted zone is a container that stores information about how you want to route traffic on the internet, while a resource record set is where the actual routing information lives within a hosted zone. To configure DNS for an application, you create or modify resource record sets inside a hosted zone. These records tell other computers on the internet how to reach your application using an IP address or domain name. In this way, Route53 Hosted Zone and Resource Record Set play complementary roles in configuring DNS for applications running on AWS.
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