Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Amazon CloudFront

Reminder: Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront service certificates migrating to Amazon Trust Services starting March 23, 2021

This is a reminder that Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront are migrating their default TLS certificates from DigiCert to Amazon Trust Services, beginning on March 23, 2021. In 2018, AWS announced a broad migration of AWS services’ TLS certificates to our own Certificate Authority, Amazon Trust Services (ATS). Your action may be required to ensure your applications continue normal operation after this […]

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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. When using CloudFront with your website, one of the inherent benefits is the ability to cache content. This helps to reduce the load on the origin server (the web server from which […]

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CloudFront Migration Series (Part 3): OLX Europe, The DevOps Way

Business and scale at OLX Group At OLX Group, we operate the fastest-growing network of trading platforms globally. Serving 300 million people every month in 30+ countries around the world, OLX Group helps buy and sell cars, find housing, get jobs, buy and sell household goods, and much more. With more than 20 well-loved local […]

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On-the-fly video conversion with Amazon CloudFront, Lambda@Edge, and AWS Elemental MediaConvert

Introduction: Whether your media library includes long form featured movies or short form “how-to” clips, the popularity of each video asset is typically set by your viewers preference. In order to deliver your online video content, AWS offers multiple solutions that you can use to automate your media supply chain, and streamline your content distribution. […]

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Using CloudFront Origin Shield to protect your origin in a multi-CDN deployment

This blog details how Amazon CloudFront’s recently announced Origin Shield can enhance your multi-CDN media workload by minimizing the load on our your origin. This reduction in origin load can improve your origin’s availability, reduce its operating costs, and even improve general performance for your viewers.

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Customize 403 error pages from Amazon CloudFront Origin with Lambda@Edge

AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF) is commonly used to protect HTTP and HTTPS requests forwarded to Amazon CloudFront. When you are using this approach, default 403 error pages do not distinguish whether the error came from AWS WAF or the CloudFront Origin. As an AWS WAF and Amazon CloudFront user, you may want to […]

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Audible Plus

CloudFront Migration Series (Part 2): Audible Plus, The Turning Point

Introduction In 2020, users have come to expect a flawless streaming media experience, whether it’s video, music, or audiobooks. Playback must start quickly and be resilient to changes in network availability and bandwidth. To deliver all of this content, you must have a performant, highly available and reliable Content Delivery Network (CDN) to reach customers […]

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Leverage Amazon CloudFront geolocation headers for state level geo-targeting

Introduction When you provide content online, personalization is used to improve your customers’ experience, market effectively, and meet regulatory requirements. One common way you can personalize web content is based on the geographical location of your customers. Since 2014, Amazon CloudFront has supported country-level location based personalization with a feature called Geolocation Headers. Using the […]

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CloudFront migration series (Part 1) – introduction

This is the first post in a blog series about Amazon CloudFront migrations. CloudFront works with other AWS edge networking services, to provide content delivery, perimeter security, end-user routing, and edge compute. CloudFront is a Content Delivery Network (CDN), which places content closer to your end-users, improving performance and customer satisfaction. CloudFront supports functions and […]

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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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