Networking & Content Delivery

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Securely Connect your Mobile Device to your AWS environment with AWS Client VPN

AWS Client VPN is a fully-managed, client-based Virtual Private Network (VPN) service used by your remote workforce to securely access resources within AWS and your on-premises network. It’s an elastic service that automatically scales up or down based on demand. In addition to the free, AWS-provided VPN client, you can also use a common Open […]

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Automating service discovery using AWS Transit Gateway Multicast with IGMP

This post will describe how to use multicast and Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), two of the newer features of AWS Transit Gateway, to enable applications and services to discover each other automatically when running in Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) environments. Service discovery means that a service client, such as a network file […]

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Understanding AWS Direct Connect multi-account pricing

Introduction Many AWS customers use multiple AWS Accounts to make it easier to manage permissions and allocate costs to different groups or departments. When multiple accounts share one AWS Direct Connect interface, customers need to understand how Port-hour and outgoing Data Transfer costs are allocated. These accounts may be independent, or part of the same AWS […]

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Improve your website availability with Amazon CloudFront

In this blog post, you will learn about the features of Amazon CloudFront that help you avoid unexpected failures and improve website availability. Click here to learn more about edge networking with AWS. When using CloudFront with your website, one of the inherent benefits is the ability to cache content. This helps to reduce the […]

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Securing CloudFront distributions

Securing CloudFront Distributions using OpenID Connect and AWS Secrets Manager

Amazon CloudFront is a CDN that is used to securely deliver content, applications, and APIs to globally dispersed customers with low-latency and high transfer speeds. Amazon CloudFront is ideal for serving-up websites, caching content, and delivering static files to users across the globe. This blog post will allow organizations who host private web apps on Amazon […]

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Creating active passive BGP connections over AWS Direct Connect

Creating active/passive BGP connections over AWS Direct Connect

There are many ways to connect your data centers to Amazon Web Services. This blog post answers a few common questions that customers ask us when trying to build a communications path over AWS Direct Connect (DX). In particular, how to create active passive Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) connections with AWS over Direct Connect. To […]

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Diagnosing traffic disruption using AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager Route Analyzer

Diagnosing problems in your network traffic or fixing routing issues between your AWS Transit Gateways can be complex. The new Route Analyzer feature for AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager is designed to diagnose and resolve network disruptions quickly. With Network Manager, you can centrally manage networks built around AWS Transit Gateways. You are able to […]

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Building a global network using AWS Transit Gateway Inter-Region peering

Global companies have historically dedicated considerable financial and engineering resources to building wide-area-networks (WANs) so people in different geographies could stay connected and operate as a single entity. Those WANs are typically implemented using Carrier Ethernet (CE) services delivered by leading telecommunications providers, commonly referred to as MPLS services. In recent years, the IT “center […]

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Introducing Amazon CloudWatch Metrics for AWS Direct Connect virtual interfaces

AWS Direct Connect (DX) recently launched support for virtual interface (VIF) metrics in Amazon CloudWatch. With this new enhancement, CloudWatch can now track metrics at the DX VIF level and provide greater insight into utilization. You can set up alarms based on metrics and trigger actions to remediate problems. I’ve heard from many customers that […]

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Using AWS Client VPN to scale your work from home capacity

Using AWS Client VPN to scale your work from home capacity

Traditional on-premises VPN services are fixed in capacity and difficult to scale up, or down, in a rapid and on-demand fashion. Hardware constraints, licensing, and bandwidth can all be factors that prevent traditional client VPN services from scaling to meet the needs of a rapidly growing mobile workforce. Fortunately, the elasticity of cloud and pay-as-you-go […]

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