AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Category: Networking & Content Delivery

F5_AWS Solutions

Simplicity and Security Through Centralized Application Delivery and F5 Networks

NetOps ensures the infrastructure used to support application delivery is configured for performance, scalability, and availability. SecOps ensures that applications, regardless of where they are deployed, are done so in a consistent and secure manner. F5 Networks shows how to walk through a typical application deployment utilizing the F5 BIG-IP Cloud Edition to provide a centralized point of control for provisioning, configuring, and managing F5 BIG-IP application delivery controllers.

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Using Elastic Load Balancing for Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS Deployments

With Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS, customers can enjoy the agile, flexible consumption models and management of the AWS Cloud. This is great for temporary desktop and application capacity, application locality, data center expansions,POC, and disaster recovery use cases. In this post, we provide guidance on how customers looking to deploy Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS can make use of Amazon Route 53 and Elastic Load Balancing to provide greater scalability, availability, and fault tolerance.

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PrivateLink

Reviewing DNS Mechanisms for Routing Traffic and Enabling Failover for AWS PrivateLink Deployments

Customers looking to consume AWS PrivateLink-enabled services from service providers need a mechanism to route traffic from their VPCs and on-premises networks to PrivateLink VPC endpoints. The service providers, in turn, want to make it easy to consume their PrivateLink-enabled services by managing such routing mechanisms. In this post, we describe four DNS mechanisms to route traffic from customer networks to the PrivateLink VPC endpoints.

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AWS Cloud Automation

Using Amazon CloudFront with Multi-Region Amazon S3 Origins

By leveraging services like Amazon S3 to host content, AWS Competency Partner Cloudar has a cost effective way to build websites that are highly available. If content is stored in a single Amazon S3 bucket, all of the content is stored in a single AWS region. To serve content from other regions, you need to route requests to different Amazon S3 buckets. In this post, explore how to accomplished this by using Amazon CloudFront as a content delivery network and Lambda@Edge as a router.

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Centrify_AWS Solutions

How to Authenticate Users into Your Apps Using Application Load Balancer and Centrify

While many aspects of app development and deployment on AWS have been streamlined, authentication of end-users into apps remains challenging. In this post, Centrify highlights a new method of authenticating users into your mobile and web applications using the Application Load Balancer feature of Elastic Load Balancing using Centrify as an OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity provider. Centrify is an APN Advanced Technology Partner.

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Networking

How to Connect VPCs Fast Using the Aviatrix Next-Gen Global Transit Hub on AWS Quick Start

A next-generation Global Transit Hub is part of a second generation of networking technology, combining a traditional Global Transit Hub with additional security, scale, and operational functionalities. Aviatrix is an APN Advanced Technology Partner and one of the first APN Partners to earn the AWS Networking Competency. Now, you can use the Aviatrix Global Transit Hub on AWS Quick Start to connect multiple geographically-dispersed VPCs and remote networks faster than ever.

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Enabling New SaaS Strategies with AWS PrivateLink

Networking is often viewed as a foundational element of a system’s architecture. The reality is there are plenty of scenarios where the networking footprint of a SaaS application can influence the functionality, extensibility, and management profile of your SaaS environment. While there are plenty of creative ways developers leverage AWS networking constructs to refine SaaS solutions, the introduction of AWS PrivateLink adds new opportunities in the SaaS networking landscape.

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AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner SA Roundup – September 2017

This month, we have three Partner Solutions Architects who will be highlighting four APN Partners they’ve been working with.  We will hear from David Potes, Chris Hein, and Pratap Ramamurthy, who will dive deeper into offerings from JFrog, Linkerd, Solodev, and Sparkpost! JFrog, by David Potes    A few months ago, I had the opportunity […]

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AWS Migration

Amazon VPC for On-Premises Network Engineers – Part 2

Editor’s note: This is the second of a popular two-part series by Nick Matthews. Read Part 1 >> By Nick Matthews, Partner Solutions Architect, CCIE #23560 In the previous post on Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), we covered the basic anatomy of a VPC and the different ways to connect a VPC to the outside world. […]

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AWS Migration

Amazon VPC for On-Premises Network Engineers – Part 1

Editor’s note: This is the first of a popular two-part series by Nick Matthews. Read Part 2 >> By Nick Matthews, Partner Solutions Architect, CCIE #23560 I relate better to networking when people use words and phrases I know, such as “router on a stick,” “MPLS WAN,” and “VRF,” and then show me a packet […]

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