No, just DNS the way it was intended. DNS and all early Internet services were designed to withstand nuclear war and attacks by state-sized actors, actually specifically designed to withstand an attack from Russia.
The problem is the cloud has aggregated all that diversity of everyone running their own services into a handful of really big corporations. Today's just a reminder that any one of those corporations has a significant amount of control if it were a truly bad actor. Imagine Dyn intentionally pointing all the Twitter etc DNS records elsewhere, they did it for their "free" accounts a decade ago just to make them pay.
It seems no one at those big corporations remembers the true history of DynDNS, and how they screwed their customers over. I was surprised they were still in business at all.