A company is hosting a website behind multiple Application Load Balancers. The company has different distribution rights for its content around the world. A solutions architect needs to ensure that users are served the correct content without violating distribution rights.Which configuration should the solutions architect choose to meet these requirements?
When you create a record, you choose a routing policy, which determines how Amazon Route 53 responds to queries:
Simple routing policy - Use for a single resource that performs a given function for your domain, for example, a web server that serves content for the example.com website.
Failover routing policy - Use when you want to configure active-passive failover.
Geolocation routing policy - Use when you want to route traffic based on the location of your users.
Geoproximity routing policy - Use when you want to route traffic based on the location of your resources and, optionally, shift traffic from resources in one location to resources in another.
Latency routing policy - Use when you have resources in multiple AWS Regions and you want to route traffic to the region that provides the best latency.
Multivalue answer routing policy - Use when you want Route 53 to respond to DNS queries with up to eight healthy records selected at random.
Weighted routing policy - Use to route traffic to multiple resources in proportions that you specify.