Create Route53 Health Checks using Boto3

Route53 is a DNS service provided by AWS which you can use to host your domains. In this post, we’ll see how we can create Health Check records for your domains and monitor their availability from multiple geographical locations.

Prerequisite- Python, and Boto3 should be installed on your system.

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