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Tag: Amazon Elastic Load Balancer

New – Application Load Balancer Simplifies Deployment with Weighted Target Groups

One of the benefits of cloud computing is the possibility to create infrastructure programmatically and to tear it down when it is no longer needed. This allows to radically change the way developers deploy their applications. When developers used to deploy applications on premises, they had to reuse existing infrastructure for new versions of their […]

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AWS IPv6 Update – Global Support Spanning 15 Regions & Multiple AWS Services

We’ve been working to add IPv6 support to many different parts of AWS over the last couple of years, starting with Elastic Load Balancing, AWS IoT Core, AWS Direct Connect, Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, AWS Web Application Firewall, and S3 Transfer Acceleration, all building up to last month’s announcement of IPv6 support for EC2 […]

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AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) for Application Load Balancers

I’m still catching up on a couple of launches that we made late last year! Today’s post covers two services that I’ve written about in the past — AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) and AWS Application Load Balancer: AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) – Helps to protect your web applications from common application-layer exploits that […]

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New – AWS Application Load Balancer

We launched Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) for AWS in the spring of 2009 (see New Features for Amazon EC2: Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, and Amazon CloudWatch to see just how far AWS has come since then). Elastic Load Balancing has become a key architectural component for many AWS-powered applications. In conjunction with Auto Scaling, […]

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