The DNS failover feature automatically detects if any of your server's DNS records are unavailable due to internal server or network outages. It does so with proactive monitoring and health checks, and automatically steers your domain traffic toward healthy and reliable servers. It increases the uptime of your digital services or CDN without any instability or downtime.
Avoid website downtime by efficiently distributing traffic across redundant servers.
The load balancer serves as an essential intermediary between end users and DNS servers to improve resource availability and boost application responsiveness by intelligently distributing traffic across geographically dispersed servers. By configuring an appropriate load balancing strategy for your DNS records, you can delight your end users with an outstanding application experience.
Customize end users' online experience with smart traffic-steering policies.
Add any type of new record as your requirements grow.
Domain query reports and statistics
Track advanced DNS query statistics for rapid visibility of DNS delivery and infrastructure.
Prevent your users from accessing false DNS records.
DNS records, or zone files, carry vital information about your domains. ManageEngine CloudDNS offers complete DNS management support for A, AAAA, CNAME, ALIAS, ANAME, CAA, DS, MX, NS, PTR, SPF, SRV, and TXT records.
Customize your root domain with ANAME records.
ANAME records serve as an alias to your digital service's apex or root domain. They're just like CNAME records but are configured only to point to a domain at the root level. Unlike CNAME, ANAME automatically resolves into an IP address. When your end users request a domain configured with an ANAME record, their browsers deliver a response with an IP address.