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Bunny.net Introduces BunnyDNS!

BunnyCDNThe community’s favorite CDN provider, Bunny.net, has introduced BunnyDNS.

So for 99% of us, it’s another option for DNS hosting, and because it’s Bunny and they have a premium CDN network through the world, it’s fast.

But there’s a lot more to BunnyDNS.  I’m just reacting to their announcement, but as I read it, if you want to just setup plain-jane “here’s the IP for this A record” you can certainly do that.  But you can also use JavaScript-based rules to solve complex issues.  For example, something like this:

addEventListener('dns', event => {
  event.respondWith(handleRequest(event.request));
});

function handleRequest(request) {
  return new TxtRecord('LowEndBox is awesome!', 30);
}

Just a glance, this seems amazing.  I have no idea what I would use it for, but it seems amazing.

We interviewed Bunny’s CEO Dejan Pelzel and I’ve long been impressed with their service.  To be honest I like just going to their site to see their gorgeously integrated and consistent Bunny theme.  BunnyDNS looks really interesting and really cheap.  For scriptable DNS that’s powered by their global CDN, they’re looking to hit pricing of 10 – 40 cents per million queries.

I’ve signed up for the beta and am interested in consolidating all my DNS and DynDNS into one fast platform, so stay tuned for more news and tutorials on this topic.

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