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Amazon VPC Routing Enhancements Allow You to Inspect Traffic Between Subnets In a VPC

Since December 2019, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) has allowed you to route all ingress traffic (also known as north – south traffic) to a specific network interface. You might use this capability for a number of reasons. For example, to inspect incoming traffic using an intrusion detection system (IDS) appliance or to route ingress […]

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Easily Manage Security Group Rules with the New Security Group Rule ID

At AWS, we tirelessly innovate to allow you to focus on your business, not its underlying IT infrastructure. Sometimes we launch a new service or a major capability. Sometimes we focus on details that make your professional life easier. Today, I’m happy to announce one of these small details that makes a difference: VPC security […]

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New – VPC Ingress Routing – Simplifying Integration of Third-Party Appliances

When I was delivering the Architecting on AWS class, customers often asked me how to configure an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud to enforce the same network security policies in the cloud as they have on-premises. For example, to scan all ingress traffic with an Intrusion Detection System (IDS) appliance or to use the same firewall […]

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