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Domain Name Systems (DNS) is a naming system for resources on the Internet. It connects the IP Address of a server to a website name. This is the service that translates the domain name that a user types in a web browser to the IP address of the server where the website is hosted. When you launch a new website, it must be mapped to the IP address of the server where it is hosted. These details are entered into a DNS Tool which ensures that the information propagates to all geographical zones and ISP's all over the world. This way when a user enters the domain name, it should map to the corresponding IP address. There any services that manage DNS for domains. Analyzo has listed the most popular tools that are used to manage DNS.
Amazon Route 53
CloudFlare runs one of the largest authoritative DNS networks in the world.
Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System (DNS) web service.
GoDaddy Premium DNS makes it easy to manage and secure your DNS to improve performance, accessibility and security by placing your DNS information on their global network.
Rackspace lets you manage your DNS using their Cloud Control Panel and API to list, add, modify, and remove domains, subdomains, and records, as well as import and export domains and records.
Dyn’s global Anycast network has 18 points of presence (POPS) including locations such as India, Brazil, Sydney, and Hong Kong, which assures high site availability and low latency resulting in a superior user experience for their users.
DNSimple is a hosted DNS Service Provider that you can use to manage your domains. They offer both a web interface and an iPhone application for adding and removing domains and DNS records as well as an HTTP API with various code libraries and tools.