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DNS is a hierarchical distributed database that stores IP addresses and other data and can be searched by name. Cloud DNS allows you to publish zones and records in DNS without the burden of managing your own DNS server and software.

Cloud DNS provides both public and private managed DNS zones. Public zones appear on the public Internet, but private zones only appear from one or more specified virtual private cloud (VPC) networks.

Cloud DNS method:

Inbound-

Create an inbound server policy to allow your on-premises DNS client or server to send DNS requests to cloud DNS. A DNS client or server can resolve records according to the name resolution order of your VPC network.

On-premises clients can resolve records in private, transport, and peering zones that are allowed for VPC networks. On-premises clients use CloudVPN or Cloud Interconnect to connect to your VPC network.

Outbound-

You can configure the VMs in your VPC network as follows:

Sends a DNS request to the DNS name server of your choice. Name servers can be located on the same VPC network, on-premises network, or on the Internet.

Resolves records hosted on a name server configured as a forwarding target for a forwarding zone that is allowed to be used in a VPC network. For information about how Google Cloud routes traffic to the forwarding target’s IP address, see Forwarding Targets and Routing Methods.

Create an outbound server policy for your VPC network to send all DNS requests to the alternate name server. Alternate name servers prevent VMs in your VPC network from resolving records in cloud DNS private zones, forwarding zones, or peering zones. For more information, see Name resolution order.

Leading players involved in the Cloud DNS Services Market includes:

Infoblox,Cisco Systems,BlueCat Networks,TCPWave,EfficientIP,ApplianSys,NCC Group,Incognito Software Systems,INVETICO,Oracle,VeriSign,Microsoft,Google,Alibaba Cloud,CloudFlare,Neustar,Akamai,Verizon,Rackspace,Huawei Cloud,Tencent Cloud,Men and Mice

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The analysis also divides the Cloud DNS Services Market on the grounds of main Product Type:

Self-Services, Enterprise Services

The analysis also divides the Cloud DNS Services Market on the Applications:

Small and Medium Enterprises, Large Enterprises

 Regional Segment Analysis:

  • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain etc.)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia etc.)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina etc.)
  • Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa etc.)

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DNS is a directory of easy-to-read domain names that translates into numeric IP addresses that computers use to communicate with each other. For example, when you enter a URL in your browser, DNS translates that URL into the IP address of the web server associated with that name. DNS directories are stored on regularly updated domain name servers and distributed worldwide.

The following concepts are useful when working with DNS.

DNS server type

The DNS server stores a database of domain names and processes domain names based on DNS queries from clients in your network.

  • Authorized server

Authorized servers are servers that hold DNS name records such as A, AAAA, and CNAME.

An unauthorized server creates a cache file based on previous queries against the domain. The record with the original name is not retained.

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  • Recursive resolver

A recursive resolver is a server that sends a query to an authorized or unauthorized server for resolution. A recursive resolver is a so-called resolver because it executes each query against a given name and returns the final result.

This is in contrast to the iterative resolver, which returns only a reference to the next DNS server that may have an answer.

For example, google.com. When resolving the name, the recursive resolver needs to determine who has the authority. (DNS root zone). Then contact a name server with .com privileges. Finally, if you contact an authorized name server on google.com, the data for the A record will be returned to the client.

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