DNS routes traffic based on multiple criteria, including endpoint health and geographic region. You can configure traffic routing to resolve specific end user requests.
DNS leverages Huawei's global infrastructure to handle millions of concurrent queries on a single node, allowing your end users to quickly access the closest application endpoints that are healthy.
Easy to Use
You can easily configure DNS settings using the console or APIs. DNS immediately handles queries once you create a zone and add record sets to it.
DNS offers built-in DDoS mitigation and works with Anti-DDoS to ensure that requests from your legitimate end users are not affected.
General DNS Resolution
DNS enables you to map domain names to instances such as ECSs, OBS buckets, and load balancers.
A single node can handle millions of concurrent queries.
You can add multiple types of record sets.
You can import up to 500 record sets on the DNS console. The record sets you add are effective within a minute.
You can create public and private zones for the same domain name and deploy your applications online and offline.
You can easily deploy applications online and offline and seamlessly update offline changes to the online applications.
You can test offline applications in a VPC without interrupting online applications.
You can map private IP addresses of servers to private domain names in specific VPCs, thereby allowing the servers to communicate by using domain names.
If a server becomes faulty, you only need to change its IP address in the DNS record set. You do not need to change the code.
You do not need to worry about DNS spoofing because private domain names are not exposed to the Internet.
A private DNS server directly responds to requests for private domain names, ensuring lower latency for your end users.
Jul 7, 2017
Public zone and PTR record
Jul 30, 2017
High-performance DNS resolution
Aug 18, 2017
Oct 30, 2017
PTR record for private IP address
Dec 30, 2017
Apr 30, 2018
May 30, 2018
Domain name retrieval
Sep 30, 2018
EDNS for authoritative DNS servers
Oct 30, 2018
Weighted record set
Jan 30, 2019
IPv6 DNS server
Mar 30, 2019
Batch import or export of public and private zones
Apr 30, 2019
Launched in Singapore, Thailand, South Africa, and Russia
Jun 30, 2019
Custom line and line group
Aug 30, 2019
Status column added in the template for batch import of record sets
Sep 30, 2019
Intelligent resolution supported in over 200 countries
Oct 30, 2019
Enabling or disabling of public zones
Oct 30, 2019
Launched in Chile and the UAE
Nov 30, 2019
Batch addition or deletion of record sets for multiple domains
Dec 30, 2019
Support for anycast outside China
Private zones work within associated VPCs.
You can simplify application deployment and management by associating a private zone with multiple VPCs.
PTR records map private IP addresses to private domain names.
Private DNS servers respond to private domain name requests, reducing latency and preventing DNS spoofing attacks.
DNS allows you to add multiple types of record sets, including A, AAAA, MX, CNAME, TXT, NS, PTR, CAA, and SRV. Domain names can be mapped to both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
HTTPDNS facilitates domain name resolution for mobile apps.
Requests are routed to different servers based on the relative weight assigned to each record set.
Rich configuration options, including PTR records, DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), and wildcard DNS records are available.