Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Amazon Athena

Understand AWS Data transfer details in depth from cost and usage report using Athena query and QuickSight

Keeping applications up and running continuously requires architecting your application to prevent downtime, as well as the ability to recover from failure as quickly as possible with minimum data loss to achieve RTO-Recovery Time Objective and RPO– Recovery Point Objective. AWS helps you achieve high availability for cloud workloads across multiple dimensions, such as compute, databases, […]

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Analyze Network Traffic of Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) by CIDR blocks

This post was co-written by Abhijit Rajeshirke, Solutions Architect at AWS; Charu Singh, Software Development Engineer at AWS; and Hooman Rashedi, Principal Solution Architect at Presidio AWS enterprise customers are using hundreds of accounts and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) to segment their workloads and expand their footprint. This level of scale can lead […]

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Analyze VPC Flow Logs with point-and-click Amazon Athena integration

Analyzing your VPC Flow Logs using Athena is now easier than ever! The recently introduced VPC Flow Logs integration with Amazon Athena helps you get started with extracting meaningful insights from VPC Flow Logs in just a few clicks. In this blog post, we will walk you through how you can use this recently announced […]

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Using VPC Flow Logs to capture and query EKS network communications

Introduction Capturing and querying Amazon EKS and Kubernetes (K8s) cluster traffic is an important skill to possess. It is especially useful during incident-response and when troubleshooting networking issues surrounding nodes, pods, or services in your cluster. Amazon makes it easier to perform capture and query tasks with Amazon VPC Flow Logs and Amazon Athena. Administrators can use Amazon VPC Flow Logs to […]

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Four Steps for Debugging your Content Delivery on AWS

Introduction Werner Vogels, chief technology officer for AWS, has been quoted as saying: “Everything fails all the time.” Well, his quote applies as well to content delivery with Amazon CloudFront and Lambda@Edge. In content delivery, issues might occur in different places, for example: On your origin, when it returns HTTP 5xx errors On CloudFront, when […]

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