Category: Amazon VPC
In this post, Mark and I will show you how to use Logz.io to build a centralized observability strategy to enhance visibility into your AWS environment and increase your security posture.
When customers are transitioning to the cloud, the network and security teams have a standard set of goals: build a secure, reliable, scalable network topology. They achieve these goals by creating multiple Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) instances across multiple AWS accounts to provide permissions boundaries and isolate workloads from each other. While robust, […]
You have an awesome application running on AWS, and now your customers and partners want a private network connection to it. Great! Except for one problem: their site is using the same private IP address range as the one in your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). This will prevent any communication until you resolve […]
Introduction Packet capture plays a vital role in forensic investigation, incident response, and threat hunting. By integrating with Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring, ExtraHop Packet Basics (EPB) provides incident responders and forensic investigators with copies of network packets as soon as they are deployed in an AWS environment. In this post, Daniel and I will show […]
My customers often ask for techniques to implement network detection and response (NDR) protection to secure their applications and workloads in Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs). NDR software captures and analyzes copies of the network packets flowing through your Amazon VPC. It establishes behavioral baselines for resources communicating with each other inside the perimeter of […]
AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog that enables qualified Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to market software solutions and makes it easy for AWS customers to find, buy, and deploy software on AWS. In this post, I will explain a use case where CloudFormation template is a better fit than a Single-AMI solution, and then I […]