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Solving DNS zone apex challenges with third-party DNS providers using AWS

Many customers ask us how they can point their zone apex to their web content if it uses a DNS name rather than an IP address. This blog covers three design patterns and approaches that solve zone apex challenges with third-party DNS providers for applications hosted in AWS—and the pros and cons of each approach.

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Integrating sub-1 Gbps hosted connections with AWS Transit Gateway

AWS Transit Gateway provides you with the ability to connect multiple VPCs, VPNs and scale up to 5,000 attachments. It simplifies management and reduces operational costs of networks within your AWS environments and connectivity from on-premises networks. AWS has added support for integrating AWS Transit Gateway with AWS Direct Connect gateways. AWS Direct Connect gateway […]

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Integrating AWS Transit Gateway with AWS PrivateLink and Amazon Route 53 Resolver

I want to take some time to dive more deeply into a use case outlined in NET301 Best Practices for AWS PrivateLink. The use case involves using AWS Transit Gateway, along with Amazon Route 53 Resolver, to share AWS PrivateLink interface endpoints between multiple connected Amazon virtual private clouds (VPCs) and an on-premises environment. We’ve seen […]

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Continually Enhancing Domain Security on Amazon CloudFront

Last year, a colleague of mine wrote a blog post about new security measures that Amazon CloudFront was implementing to enhance the security of how domains are used on CloudFront distributions. This included mitigations to prevent the abusive use of domain fronting practices by not allowing SSL handshake requests and subsequent requests over the secured […]

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