Adding a domain you own to your DigitalOcean account lets you manage the domain's DNS records with the control panel and API. Domains you manage on DigitalOcean also integrate with DigitalOcean Load Balancers and Spaces to streamline automatic SSL certificate management.
DNS management is available at no additional cost.
DNS management is available for DigitalOcean resources in all regions as well as non-DigitalOcean resources.
DigitalOcean's DNS tools let you manage DNS records for DigitalOcean and non-DigitalOcean resources in the same place you manage your infrastructure.
We currently support A, AAAA, CAA, CNAME, MX, NS, TXT, and SRV records. Our name servers are
Managing domains on DigitalOcean also enables our Let's Encrypt integration for fully managed SSL certificates, which work with custom Spaces CDN endpoints and SSL termination on DigitalOcean Load Balancers.
DigitalOcean does not currently provide domain registration services. To use DigitalOcean DNS, you need to register a domain name with a registrar and update your domain's NS records to point to DigitalOcean's name servers.
By default, you can add up to 50 domains. You can raise the limit by opening a support ticket and explaining why you need the increase.
All DNS records require a minimum TTL value of 30 seconds.
DigitalOcean DNS does not support the following CAA record features:
Creating records other than A records prevents wildcard A record DNS resolution. However, you can create explicit A records for subdomains.
DigitalOcean DNS does not support tags.
DigitalOcean's terms of service prohibit adding country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) from OFAC-sanctioned countries. For more information, including a list of countries, see the Lawful Use of the Network section in our terms of service.