AWS - Domain

How/where I can register for a domain name in order to use with AWS EC2? Can I register a domain name with AWS directly? If not which domain/host company can I use that will allow me to import the domain to AWS EC2?
RapidanBullsAsked:
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Stuart ScottAWS Content Lead at Cloud AcademyCommented:
Hi,

Take a look at the following link regarding registering a Domain with AWS Route 53:

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/domain-register.html

Hope this helps,

Cheers,

Stu...

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Shalom CarmelCTOCommented:
You can buy a domain from any valid registrar. Amazon does not have any advantage over others.
Godaddy, Namecheap, domain.com,  register.com, and a multitude of registrars catering to all country level and top level domains.

Godaddy have a solid and competitive offer, that's where I buy domains when I need them.

Most registrars also offer a basic, free DNS service.

Having said that - what do you mean when you say that you want to import the domain into AWS EC2?
RapidanBullsAuthor Commented:
Stuart, thank you for the link!

shalomc, I'm sorry I should have expanded more. I/we're creating a 90 server dev/test environment and we need to purchase/register a domain name in order to add to all the servers (I.E. so that each server has a FQDN). Thank you for your comment, hope this helps clear what exactly I am trying to do!

Abel
RapidanBullsAuthor Commented:
Got my question answered, thank you!
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