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Overview

DNS domains can be hosted in Azure using Azure DNS. The service uses a global network of name servers to provide high performance for requests.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 5/19/2015, Video, 1:09:56
    This session covers the new capablities of Azure DNS that enables better performance, and new competitive features for networking in the cloud.

Azure DNS News

6/28/2020, Azure Podcast
Ryan Hill, a Software Engineer in the Azure CXP group, shares details of the new Microsoft Q&A website which serves as a one-stop for getting questions answered around Azure and other Microsoft...
6/23/2020, Service Updates
To support new features in Azure Automation, like Azure Private Links, the automation URLs have been updated. Instead of region-specific URLs, there are now account-specific URLs.
6/8/2020, Azure Podcast
Candace Jackson, a Senior PM in the Azure Security team, give us an update on the effort to remove the use of TLS 1.0 from applications in Azure.   Media...
4/22/2020, Azure Podcast
Cloud Native specialists Joey Schluchter and our very own Kendall Roden share the vision of Dapr and Arc. Media file:...
4/14/2020, Service Updates
Azure Virtual Network now supports reverse DNS lookup (PTR DNS queries) for virtual machine IP addresses by default.
3/12/2020, Service Updates
During public preview release, private DNS zones were created using dnszones ARM resource with zoneType property set to Private. The GA resource model makes use of privateDnsZones resource type...
2/5/2020, Service Updates
Azure DNS private zones is now generally available in Azure Government and Azure China regions. With the general availability, you can now use private DNS zones for DNS resolution across one or more…