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Cloud Posture and Threat Analytics with Cisco Secure Cloud Analytics

As organizations continue to adopt AWS, their risk footprint increases from both an infrastructure and network perspective as it relates to compliance posturing, configuration risk, and network threats. Explore the integration between AWS and Secure Cloud Analytics, a SaaS-delivered Network Detection (NDR) offering from Cisco that monitors multi-cloud and hybrid environments for threats and policy violations and provides comprehensive visibility for any environment.

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Design Considerations for Disaster Recovery with VMware Cloud on AWS

Customers who run VMware on-premises are incorporating VMware Cloud on AWS into their hybrid cloud strategy due to the immense benefits of using the AWS Global Infrastructure. As organizations plan hybrid cloud strategies, disaster recovery is a vital consideration to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster. Learn about the architectural considerations and best practices for implementing disaster recovery using VMware Cloud on AWS.

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Embracing Hybrid Cloud with Citrix SD-WAN and AWS Transit Gateway Connect

When moving workloads to AWS, one of the most important considerations is connectivity. With the goal of delivering the best application experience, AWS and Citrix collaborate on many different solutions. Citrix SD-WAN provides a unique combination of proactive application traffic management, end to end. Learn how to architect a scalable SD-WAN solution with the new AWS Transit Gateway Connect attachment and streamline the deployment with Citrix SD-WAN Orchestrator.

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Exposing Private APIs Across AWS Accounts Only for Authorized Access Methods

Virtusa recently received a requirement to make an application programming interface (API) accessible across another AWS account. The API was an internal-only API hosted in a private subnet, and could be accessed only from within the network. The requirement also stipulated Virtusa make only a few read-only (Get) methods accessible, and not all the methods from the API. Learn how Virtusa addressed the customer’s challenge by designing a solution that uses Amazon API Gateway with IAM authentication.

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Enterprise Security and Networking for Amazon EKS Clusters with Calico and Calico Enterprise

A pair of leading Kubernetes-native network security solutions, Calico and Calico Enterprise are both now available as AWS Quick Starts. Everything you need to leverage Calico and Calico Enterprise is installed and configured in your Amazon EKS cluster. This enables you to take advantage of the full set of Kubernetes security, observability, and networking features, including Calico’s flexible IP address management capabilities.

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Account and VPC Considerations for VMware Cloud on AWS

When VMware Cloud on AWS is connected to the connected VPC, it always uses the default VPC route table in the VPC. During the deployment phase of VMware Cloud on AWS, the Software Defined Data Center is connected to an AWS (or customer) account for seamless access to native AWS services. In this post, we provide guidance on which AWS account and respective VPC to connect VMware Cloud on AWS to take advantage of native AWS service integrations.

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How AWS Transit Gateway Optimizes Aruba SD-WAN at Global Scale

Learn how to simplify global network architecture using AWS Transit Gateway with Aruba SD-WAN branch-to-cloud connectivity, and explore how Aruba’s customers have leveraged the benefits of AWS Transit Gateway at a global scale. Aruba, a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is a global leader in secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions that uses a cloud-native approach to help customers with all aspects of wired, wireless LAN, and wide area networking (WAN).

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How Citrix ADC on AWS Helps Customers Deliver Applications Securely

Many customers are focused on building cost-optimized solutions as they expand on AWS to grow their success. In recognizing that every customer can be in a different phase of their cloud adoption, it’s important to understand the following use cases: expanding from on-premises data centers to AWS; shifting away from on-premises to AWS; and starting out on AWS to serve users globally. This post explores how Citrix ADC can help customers in each use case.

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How to Leverage Amazon Route 53 VPC DNS Queries in Splunk on AWS

Customers are always looking for new ways to improve operational efficiency and the security posture of applications running in their virtual private clouds (VPCs). Amazon Route 53 recently launched a Resolver Query Logs capability which lets customers log the DNS queries originating in their Amazon VPC. Follow along with our step-by-step instructions for logging VPC DNS queries in Amazon Route 53, ingesting them into Splunk, and then analyzing them with Splunk.

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Connecting Applications Securely to a MongoDB Atlas Data Plane with AWS PrivateLink

Customers want to guarantee private connectivity to MongoDB Atlas running on AWS. All dedicated clusters on MongoDB Atlas are deployed in their own VPC, so customers usually connect to a cluster via VPC peering or public IP access-listing. AWS PrivateLink allows you to securely access MongoDB Atlas clusters from your own VPC. In this post, follow step-by-step instructions to configure AWS PrivateLink for MongoDB Atlas, ensuring private connectivity to your data.

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