This page provides an overview of Cloud DNS features and capabilities. DNS is a hierarchical distributed database that lets you store IP addresses and other data, and look them up by name. A public zone is visible to the public internet, while a private zone is visible only from one or more Virtual Private Cloud VPC networks that you specify. Google Cloud offers inbound and outbound DNS forwarding for private zones. The two methods are summarized in the following table. On-premises clients can resolve records in private zones, forwarding zones, and peering zones for which the VPC network has been authorized. Bi-directional forwarding lets VMs in your VPC network resolve records in an on-premises network or in a network hosted by a different cloud provider. This type of forwarding also enables hosts in the on-premises network to resolve records for your Google Cloud resources.
What Features Does Cloud DNS Offer?
Reliable, resilient, low-latency DNS serving from Google's worldwide network. Scalable, reliable, and managed DNS service running on the same infrastructure as Google. Low latency and cost-effective way to make your applications available to your users. Easily publish and manage millions of DNS zones and records using our simple user interface. Your users will have reliable, low-latency access from anywhere in the world using our anycast name servers. You can reliably create and update millions of DNS records. Our name servers automatically scale to handle query volume. For pricing information, please refer to our volume pricing tier. Cloud DNS translates requests for domain names like www. Cloud DNS uses our global network of anycast name servers to serve your DNS zones from redundant locations around the world, providing high availability and lower latency for your users.
Domain Name System DNS is critical to the performance and reliability of your internet applications and cloud services. DNS is mission-critical to all organizations that rely on the Internet for conducting business. DNS failure or poor performance leads to applications, data and content becoming unavailable, causing user frustration, lost sales and business reputation damage.
Have you considered the impact of using legacy servers for hosting your domain name system DNS versus those of a cloud provider? Domain name systems are hierarchical databases that store information to turn user-friendly domain names, such as onixnet. These IP addresses function on the internet in the same way a phone number works. It gets users to the right destination on the web. DNS makes your applications easily available to users without requiring them to remember the string of numbers. Some organizations choose to manage their own DNS services, but if you are in the cloud, you can streamline that effort. That means better performance and resiliency. Cloud DNS provides users with a high-performance, resilient and global DNS service that makes it easier to manage your applications while giving users easy access to these applications. The way Cloud DNS works differs between public and private zones.