Just curious, doesn't your ISP offer external DNS.hosting as a part of your service contract? It has long been a free option for us through our vendor, and easy to use via a web portal.
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On Feb 20, 2013, at 7:36 PM, John Miller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> We're doing a full-on overhaul of our authoritative DNS here at Brandeis, and we're trying to figure out how much of our infrastructure to put out in the cloud. We're evaluating different services right now, and would like your thoughts:
> - Do you host any of your DNS infrastructure with a cloud provider (UltraDNS, Dyn, Amazon Route 53, Rackspace, etc.)?
> - If so, whom?
> - How easy is it to use?
> - Are you satisfied with pricing?
> - What does your traffic profile look like--# queries, # hosted zones?
> - Do you also host DNS internally?
> - How do you handle internal-only DNS (management vlans, windows dynamic update, etc.)?
> - If you act as a slave for other universities/other nameservers, is that information housed in the cloud as well?
> Any feedback you can provide would be greatly appreciated!
> John Miller
> Systems Engineer
> Brandeis University
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