Google Cloud DNS is a scalable, reliable and managed authoritative Domain Name System (DNS) service running on the same infrastructure as Google. It has low latency, high availability and is a cost-effective way to make your applications and services available to your users. Cloud DNS translates requests for domain names like www.google.com into IP addresses like 18.104.22.168. Cloud DNS is programmable. You can easily publish and manage millions of DNS zones and records using our simple user interface, command-line interface or API.
StackPath DNS is powered by a worldwide Anycast network built within the same advanced network infrastructure as all services in our platform. Our customized network and computing hardware in every PoP can service any DNS request or record change at lightning speeds. End users get exceptionally low query latency. You get nearly instantaneous DNS record management changes, ideal for faster migrations, scalability, and failover actions.
Google Cloud DNS is ranked 6th in Managed DNS while StackPath DNS is ranked 14th in Managed DNS. Google Cloud DNS is rated 0.0, while StackPath DNS is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Google Cloud DNS is most compared with Amazon Route 53, Cloudflare DNS, Cisco Umbrella, Azure DNS and Quad9, whereas StackPath DNS is most compared with Cloudflare DNS, Akamai Fast DNS and Amazon Route 53.
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