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The following related resources can help you as you work with this service.
Several helpful guides, forums, and other resources are available from Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Route 53 API Reference – A reference guide that includes the schema location; complete descriptions of the API actions, parameters, and data types; and a list of errors that the service returns.
Route 53 Release Notes – A high-level overview of the current release noting any new features, corrections, and known issues.
AWS::Route53::RecordSet Type in the AWS CloudFormation User Guide – A property for using Route 53 with CloudFormation to create customized DNS names for your CloudFormation stacks.
Discussion Forums – A community-based forum for developers to discuss technical questions related to Route 53.
Route 53 product information – The primary web page for information about Route 53, including features, pricing, and more.
AWS Developer Tools – Links to developer tools and resources that provide documentation, code samples, release notes, and other information to help you build innovative applications with AWS.
AWS Support Center – The home page for AWS Technical Support, including access to our Developer Forums, Technical FAQs, Service Status page, and AWS Premium Support (if you are subscribed to this program).
AWS Premium Support Information – The primary web page for information about AWS Premium Support, a one-on-one, fast-response support channel to help you build and run applications on AWS Infrastructure Services.
Contact Us – Links for inquiring about your billing or account. For technical questions, use the discussion forums or support links above.
In addition to AWS resources, you can find a variety of third-party tools and libraries that work with Route 53.
Curl is a popular command-line tool for interacting with HTTP services. This Perl script,
dnscurl.pl, calculates the proper
Route 53 authentication signature, then calls Curl with the appropriate arguments. For more information about using
Example: Using dnscurl.pl.
A BIND zone file describes a DNS zone in a common text-based format. This
Perl script converts the XML-formatted text that is returned by the Route 53
ListResourceRecordSets API action to BIND zone file format.
This Perl script generates
CreatedHostedZoneRequest XML for a given zone origin to create a zone in Route 53.
Google spreadsheet management of Route 53.
SprightlySoft .NET Component for Amazon Web Services with support for REST operations and Route 53.
A BIND zone file describes a DNS zone in a common text-based format. This Perl script converts a BIND zone file to
the XML-formatted text that is required by the Route 53
ChangeResourceRecordSets API action to add or remove records from Route 53.
Boto Python interface to Amazon Web Services.
Command line interface for Route 53.
Python script to transfer a BIND zone to Route 53.
GUI tools, registrar services, and zone transfer services.
A simple PHP library for interacting with Route 53.
Maintains your own canonical version of your DNS configs under source control, and calculates the minimal changeset required to accomplish a DNS change.
ColdFusion based components for managing DNS using Route 53.
Scripts to configure or update your RightScale server for use with Route 53.
RightScale tutorial for domain setup with Route 53.
DNS front-end to Route 53 API (enables incremental zone transfer (IXFR)).
The Ruby cloud services library.
Python interface for Route 53.
Java API, including a one-way-sync utility for Windows DNS server files.
Perl interface to Amazon Route 53 API.