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  1. You can now resolve the private Kubernetes API server endpoint of your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) cluster in AWS GovCloud (US) regions. This allows you to easily connect to an EKS cluster that is only accessible within a VPC, including when using AWS services such as AWS Direct Connect and VPC peering. View the full article
  2. Today, AWS announced the launch of IP-based routing for Amazon Route 53, AWS’s Domain Name System (DNS) cloud service. Route 53 provides customers with multiple routing options, such as geolocation routing, geoproximity routing, latency-based routing, and weighted routing to route their end users to optimal endpoints. With the addition of IP-based routing, customers are now additionally empowered to fine-tune their DNS routing approach based on the Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) block that the query-originating IP address belongs to, allowing them to leverage knowledge of their end user base to optimize performance or network transit costs. View the full article
  3. A quick overview of Azure DNS We offer two types of Azure DNS Zones—private and public—for hosting your private DNS and public DNS records. Azure Private DNS: Azure Private DNS provides a reliable and secure DNS service for your virtual network. Azure Private DNS manages and resolves domain names in the virtual network without the need to configure a custom DNS solution. By using private DNS zones, you can use your own custom domain name instead of the Azure-provided names during deployment. Azure Public DNS: DNS domains in Azure DNS are hosted on Azure's global network of DNS name servers. Azure DNS uses anycast networking. Each DNS query is answered by the closest available DNS server to provide fast performance and high availability for your domain. More information on additional services part of the Azure DNS offering can be found in the Azure DNS product page. View the full article
  4. Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, a fully managed service that provides shared file storage built on Windows Server, today announced that you can now access file systems using any Domain Name System (DNS) name of your choosing. Each Amazon FSx file system has a default DNS name for accessing it. Starting today, you can now also associate alternate DNS names for accessing your file systems. View the full article
  5. Sometimes when you try to ping a website, update a system or perform any task that requires an active internet connection, you may get the error message ‘temporary failure in name resolution’ on your The post How to Resolve "Temporary failure in name resolution" Issue first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides. View the full article
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