I am developing a website USA based and have a dedicated server hosted for that in
USA. However, the DNS we want to use is hosted in UK. The website is not already implemented, so I have time enough to transfer the domain to USA or just change the A record to my american IP. Should I concern about the latency and transfer the domain to a hosting in USA? or it doesn't really matter because the latency impact is really small?
There will be a difference for sure, but it will be at most a couple of hundred m/s
Any US clients will be talking to UK DNS servers during the initial lookups, i.e uk root server, .co.uk server. websitedomain.co.uk
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