The Internet ecosystem and technologies advanced so much lately that you can rebuild an entire business from scratch in a few hours of coding and at pretty acceptable costs. I’m referring to the dynamic DNS (aka. DDNS or DynDNS) service which was a hit a few years back. It took me less than a hundred lines of code to create a simple dynamic DNS using AWS Route 53. The AWS API and backend provide the DNS service, while the free service “ipify” lets you look up your real remote IP address. While this solution is not free as speech, it’s free as beer and costs less than a dollar per month.