Cloud Registry

Technical Back-End Registry Services Provider for gTLDs and ccTLDs
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Cloud Registry Pty. Ltd. is an innovative technical back-end registry services provider for gTLDs and ccTLDs.

Its core product, Cloud Registry Management Platform, is a suite of sophisticated and streamlined tools for efficiently managing ccTLD and gTLD registries. Designed and engineered from the ground up to be pluggable, secure and fault-tolerant, it offers a complete technical solution with many innovative features that surpass traditional registry systems.

  • Fully compliant with ICANN requirements
  • First registry platform to fully implement the ICANN new gTLD rules — such as online-integration with trademark clearinghouse — in proven production ccTLD deployments.
  • Fully customisable to support innovative services, business rules, and policies
  • Standards-compliant, modern, thick EPP implementation
  • Insightful, powerful and user-friendly control panel web interface
  • Advanced implementation of Internationalised Domain Names (IDN) with support for parallel track IDNA2003 and IDNA2008 standards
  • Fully DNSSEC and IPv6 enabled.

Cloud Registry Management Platform is a cost-effective solution that can be licenced or fully hosted.

Cloud Registry is based in Sydney, Australia.

To learn more about our product or new gTLD consulting services, please contact us.

Company Updates

Facets of gTLD Registry Technical Operations - Registry Services

In this installment, we will explore the core functions of a registry. Being the registry operator for a TLD means offering services in conjunction with the TLD. While the registry can offer a variety of services, ICANN provides guidance on what constitute registry services. more

Cloud Registry in Joint Venture Bid for dot Sydney and dot Melbourne

Cloud Registry, in partnership with Sedari and CoCCA, submitted our response to the RFP for .sydney, .melbourne and .victoria gTLDs. more

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ICANNRegistry ServicesDomain NamesNew TLDsDNSCloud Computing

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