What is DNS?
DNS is an acronym stands for Domain Name System.
- DNS was introduced by Paul Mockapetris and Jon Postel in 1983.
- It is a naming system for all the resources over the internet which includes physical nodes and applications. It is used to locate to resource easily over a network.
- DNS is an internet which maps the domain names to their associated IP addresses.
- Without DNS, users must know the IP address of the web page that you wanted to access.