For the DNS name, enter a DNS name for the zone , enter a newly registered domain (eg pluraldemo.com), or a subdomain (eg, plural.pinterest.com ).
Under DNSSEC, ensure that the Off setting is selected.
Click Create to create a zone populated with the NS and SOA records.
On the Zone details page, retrieve the Name server (NS) records. You need these records to proceed with Step 3.
In your Azure console, at upper left, select Create a resource, then Networking, and then DNS zone.
On the Create DNS zone page, type or select the following values:
Name: The DNS zone name can be any value that is not already configured on the Azure DNS servers. A real-world value would be a newly registered domain (eg pluraldemo.com), or a subdomain (eg, plural.pinterest.com ).
Resource group: Select Create new, enter MyResourceGroup, and select OK. The resource group name must be unique within the Azure subscription.
With the DNS zone created, in the Azure portal Favorites pane, select All resources. On the All resources page, select your DNS zone. If the subscription you've selected already has several resources in it, you can enter your domain name in the Filter by name box to easily access the application gateway.
Retrieve the name servers from the DNS zone page. In this example, the zone contoso.net has been assigned name servers ns1-01.azure-dns.com, ns2-01.azure-dns.net, *ns3-01.azure-dns.org, and ns4-01.azure-dns.info