A DNS zone is like a container for the records for a specific domain, and the zone is named according to the domain. For example, the domain name is watermelon.com and the zone name will be the same, whereas the records represent something within that domain. For example, you would create a record named www for the company website, which will be formatted as Record.DomainName. Therefore, in our scenario, it would look as follows: www.watermelon.com.
Without further ado, let's dive deep into creating a DNS zone and a record.