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Tag: Elastic IPs
Bring Your Own Public IP (BYOIP) Addresses to VMware Cloud on AWS
Learn how to support a multi-region, business-critical legacy monolithic application with customer-owned static public IPv4 addresses running on VMware Cloud on AWS. You can do this whilst using the AWS Cloud to deliver the Bring Your Own Public IPv4 Address (BYOIP) function with Amazon VPC, Network Load Balancer, Elastic IP address, Amazon Route 53, and VMware Transit Connect. VMware Cloud on AWS is an integrated hybrid cloud offering jointly developed by AWS and VMware.
The Most Viewed APN Blog Posts in 2019
Take a look at the most popular APN Blog posts in 2019. Our goal with this blog is to share timely and relevant news, technical solutions, partner success stories, and more from Amazon Web Services and the AWS Partner Network (APN) specifically. The APN is the global partner program for AWS and helps tens of thousands of organizations across the world build, market, and sell their AWS-based offerings. Thank you for reading, and Happy New Year!
Making Application Failover Seamless by Failing Over Your Private Virtual IP Across Availability Zones
One of the core principles of building highly available applications on AWS is to work with a multi-Availability Zone architecture. In the unlikely event an AZ fails, this allows applications to continue running using resources in the other AZs. Customers use different strategies to handle the routing of user traffic to different components of their applications across AZ, ranging from load balancers and Elastic IPs to Domain Name Resolution. In this post, we present an approach to achieve failover of a private IP address across AZs.