Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Networking & Content Delivery

Centralized DNS management of hybrid cloud with Amazon Route 53 and AWS Transit Gateway

A successful hybrid networking strategy goes beyond private network connectivity. It often requires dealing with independent internal zones both in Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) and on-premises. Such a strategy needs Domain Name System (DNS) naming that spans the entire network. Typically, this is managed by providing name resolution services in the same place […]

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Migrate from Transit VPC to AWS Transit Gateway

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) provides you with the ability to create as many virtual networks as you need. It also provides different options for connecting these networks to each other and to non-AWS infrastructure, such as on-premises data centers, remote headquarters, or other offices. Most of you start this journey with a few […]

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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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Deliver Your App’s Dynamic Content Using Amazon CloudFront – Getting Started Template

Many websites and web applications serve a combination of static content—HTML, CSS, JPG, or other files that all end viewers can see—and dynamic content, which is personalized for each end viewer. Fortunately, Amazon CloudFront can serve both types of content, to reduce latency, protect your architecture, and optimize costs. In this post, we demonstrate how […]

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Traffic management with AWS Global Accelerator

As customers  migrate a growing number of critical workloads to AWS, they have requested more capabilities when they deploy applications across multiple Regions.  Critical workloads, such as dynamic API delivery, gaming, and video/voice over IP require higher levels of availability and performance through the use of multi-Region architectures.  This demand brings several challenges you must consider, from planning […]

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TrueCar’s Dynamic Routing with AWS Lambda@Edge

Introduction TrueCar is a digital automotive marketplace that provides comprehensive pricing transparency about what other people paid for their cars and enables consumers to engage with TrueCar Certified Dealers who are committed to providing a superior purchase experience. TrueCar operates its own branded site and a nationwide network of more than 15,000 Certified Dealers. TrueCar […]

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Debugging tool for network connectivity from Amazon VPC

Resources in AWS rely heavily on their underlying network to deliver a service at optimal performance. For example, your databases could be fine-tuned and your front end application servers could be running on the most expensive, high-end Amazon EC2 instances available. However, if the underlying network is experiencing an issue, all of these beneficial factors […]

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Aggregating Lambda@Edge Logs

Just as with AWS Lambda, Lambda@Edge supports logging to CloudWatch, which can help you to troubleshoot your Lambda function code or to log custom data that is not available in CloudFront access logs.  Lambda@Edge functions are replicated around the world so CloudFront can invoke them closer to your end viewers, and CloudWatch log files for […]

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Managing Lambda@Edge and CloudFront deployments by using a CI/CD pipeline

As promised in my previous post of this series about Lambda@Edge, in this new blog post I’m sharing some best practices for managing a Lambda@Edge application. So how do you roll out code or configuration changes to a Lambda@Edge function and Amazon CloudFront distribution in a safe and controlled way? Over time, as your application evolves, you’ll […]

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