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Tag: VPC

One to Many: Evolving VPC Design

Since its inception, the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) has acted as the embodiment of security and privacy for customers who are looking to run their applications in a controlled, private, secure, and isolated environment. This logically isolated space has evolved, and in its evolution has increased the avenues that customers can take to create […]

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New Zealand Internet Connectivity to AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) serves more than a million private and public sector organizations all over the world from its extensive and expanding global infrastructure. Like other countries, organizations all around New Zealand are using AWS to change the way they operate. For example, Xero, a Wellington-based online accountancy software vendor, now serves customers in […]

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Best Practices for Developing on AWS Lambda

In our previous post we discussed the various ways you can invoke AWS Lambda functions. In this post, we’ll provide some tips and best practices you can use when building your AWS Lambda functions. One of the benefits of using Lambda, is that you don’t have to worry about server and infrastructure management. This means […]

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