Round-Robin DNS is a simple yet effective load-balancing technique used in computer networks to distribute traffic among multiple servers. Imagine a list of servers, and when a DNS query is made, the DNS server returns the IP address of the servers in sequential order. Each new query is served by the next server on the list, cycling through the addresses. While it evenly distributes the load, it doesn’t consider the actual load on each server, which can be a limitation. Despite its simplicity, Round-Robin DNS serves as a cost-effective method for basic load distribution. Find more details about how Round-Robin DNS operates!