With Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow, the cloud provider introduced a traffic management service that lets you control how your end-users are routed to your application’s endpoints. (Route 53 is Amazon’s DNS and domain registration service.)
You can build your JSON policies for a wide range of routing scenarios using a visual flowchart editor in the Amazon Route 53 console. A versioning feature allows you to maintain a history of changes to your routing policies, and easily roll back to a previous policy version (in the Console or via API).
With Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow, your costs are influenced by two factors:
- the number of Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow policies you use to manage traffic routing and
- the number of queries that the Amazon Route 53 DNS service answers for each of your domains.
For current pricing, see Amazon’s current price list here. The AWS Simple Monthly Calculator can get you a price estimate (which is not quite simple at all).
Now all Amazon has to do is lift Cloudfront’s current restriction of 2048-bit on SSL certs.
Cloudfront has a 2048-bit max for SSL certs. @StartSSL would charge $125 to revoke the 4096-bit certs that I just made. @letsencrypt time?
— Ari Bader-Natal (@aribadernatal) December 6, 2015
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