Any recommendations for a privacy-respecting managed DNS service suitable for the hobbyist user? Ideally should support ALIAS/ANAME pseudo-records and not cost more than about £5/month for 1m+ resolutions. Turns out when you run a matrix server your DNS records get hit *a lot*.

@petrichor this might seem obvious, but have you looked at cloudflare? I’m not sure what they offer for high volume, but I was setting up a pihole recently and it’s amazing how much better they are on performance and privacy than every other popular DNS service

@axfelix Huh, thanks for the tip. I associate them with DNS resolution but not DNS zone hosting: will take a look.

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