Cloud DNS

Resilient and automated DNS service for total control over resource records of the domain.

You Don't Need to Pay for It

The service is free. Host your domains on our reliable cloud nameservers and don't worry about additional costs.

Low Latency
Fast domain response from anywhere in the world.
Smart Import
Automatic migration of all DNS records from another host.
High Availability
Fault-tolerant cluster ensures continuous operation of nameservers.

Friendly for Your Cloud Infra

You can automatically load your Cloud servers to the IP address field in A and AAAA records.

Available Resource Records

A
IPv4 Address Record
An A record connects the domain name to the IP address running on the IPv4 protocol.
AAAA
IPv6 Address Record
An AAAA record connects the domain to the IP address running on the IPv6 protocol.
PTR
Pointer Record
A reverse version of an A record that connects an IP address to a domain.
NS
Nameserver Record
A record that indicates a server that provides DNS records for a domain.
CNAME
Canonical Name Record
A type of resource record that is used for domain mapping. For example, it maps a domain name (which includes www) to the domain without www.
MX
Mail Exchange Record
A resource record in the Domain Name System that directs an email to a specified mail server, which is responsible for accepting email messages on behalf of a domain or users.
TXT
TXT
A resource record that is used to associate miscellaneous text with a domain. For example, it is used for proof of ownership when linking a domain to the mail service.
SRV
Server Selection Record
A Service record (SRV record) is a specification of data in the Domain Name System defining the location, i.e., the hostname and port number, of servers for specified services.

Need Scaling to Infinity?

You can manage up to 50 domains without paying for it. To remove this limit, just refill the account with any amount you want from €5.

FAQ

DNS Tutorials

What is DNS?

DNS (Domain Name System) is a system that is responsible for converting a domain into an IP address readable by the computer. Afterwards, the server to which the domain is bound to gets recognized and the user's browser can open the site located on it.

What is a DNS server?

A DNS server works within the framework of the Domain Name System and stores technical information about domains: IP addresses to access domains (A (address) record), mail server domains (MX (mail exchanger) record), etc. The faster the DNS server responds, the faster the site opens.