Welcome to ReleaseHub
Prepare to use ReleaseHub
Create your application
Guides and examples
Domains and DNS
Manage your domains
DNS and nameservers
Workflows in ReleaseHub
ReleaseHub environment versioning
Static service deployment
The .release.yaml file
Docker Compose conversion support
How ReleaseHub works
Frequently Asked Questions
AWS support FAQs
Docker support FAQs
Source control integrations
Monitoring and logging add-ons
CLI usage example
If you bought your domain name through Cloudflare, you can still add it to ReleaseHub. You'll need to configure Route 53 as normal and then change the Name Servers on Cloudflare to point at Route 53.
Configuring DNS in Cloudflare
To change your nameservers in Cloudflare
Log into your Cloudflare dashboard
Select the domain you want to use with ReleaseHub
Select "DNS" from the sidebar
Scroll down to "Custom Nameservers"
Configure Cloudflare DNS
Note that you need a Cloudflare Business plan or higher to configure custom nameservers.
You can set custom nameservers either at a Zone Level or an Account Level in Cloudflare. Speak to your Cloudflare account manager if you're not sure which one is best in your case.
You can find more information and detailed instructions for setting up your custom nameservers in Cloudflare over at
Cloudflare's Custom Nameservers
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