Posted On: Feb 3, 2022
You can now use AWS PrivateLink to privately access Amazon MemoryDB for Redis from your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). AWS PrivateLink provides private connectivity between VPCs, AWS services, and on-premises networks, without exposing traffic to the public internet and securing your network traffic. The Amazon MemoryDB for Redis API supports AWS PrivateLink in all regions where Amazon MemoryDB for Redis is available. For a complete list, see supported regions.
To use AWS PrivateLink with Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, you create an interface VPC endpoint for Amazon MemoryDB for Redis in your VPC using the Amazon VPC console, AWS SDK, or AWS CLI. With an interface VPC endpoint, you can privately access the Amazon MemoryDB for Redis APIs from applications inside your Amazon VPC. You can also access the VPC endpoint from other VPCs using VPC Peering or your on-premises environments using AWS VPN or AWS Direct Connect. To learn more, read the documentation, or get started in the Amazon VPC Console.