A quick post, following on from my other post which covers DNS Delegation from CloudFlare to AWS Route53.
In this walkthrough, we are going to cover the same setup, but for Microsoft Azure DNS.
Create a Azure DNS Zone
Starting in your Microsoft Azure console, search and find the DNS Zones service.
Click to create a new DNS Zone.
Fill out the necessary information:
- Resource group (create a new one if needed)
- Instance Details
- Name – FQDN for the DNS Zone you need to create, in this example, I want a subdomain “azure” being managed by my Azure DNS.
- Resource group location – this is where the metadata for the service is stored, however DNS zones are distributed globally!
Click Review and Create. Continue reading Configuring DNS Delegation from CloudFlare to Azure DNS