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I have got a domain registered with GoDaddy and an EC2 instance with public elastic IP and I'm trying to use Amazon "Route 53" service to map the DNS name to my instance. In online documentation, there is a very complex example of using Perl (http://aws.amazon.com/code/Amazon-Route-53?browse=1) to achieve this result.

Is there a simpler way of doing this?

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Yes, There is!

The complete control of Route 53 is now available in the AWS Management Console. You can buy domains and create hosted zones just with a click. Also, Amazon Route 53 has faster propagation speeds to register the domain.

Check out this blog for more information and also learn how to create a hosted zone and use your domain name.

https://intellipaat.com/blog/what-is-aws-route53/

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