Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Amazon Route 53

Migrating accounts between AWS Organizations from a network perspective

In this post, we’ll discuss the considerations, recommendations, and approach for migrating AWS accounts between AWS Organizations from a networking perspective. We’ll explain the behavior of AWS networking resources when AWS accounts are moved between Organizations. We’ll also analyze the behavior from different viewpoints including service availability, management and governance, as well as commercial and operations. […]

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Automating Domain Delegation for Public Applications in AWS

Security is top priority at AWS. Cybersecurity and digital risk management are the primary considerations of customers when ensuring that security and trust are always in place for a secure data and cloud infrastructure. These concerns are even more critical for public internet facing applications, which are accessed using a public domain. In AWS Cloud, […]

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Using latency-based routing with Amazon CloudFront for a multi-Region active-active architecture

This post guides you through setting up the networking layer for a multi-Region active-active application architecture on AWS using latency-based routing in Amazon Route 53 with Amazon CloudFront to deliver a low-latency, reliable experience for your users. Building active-active architectures using AWS networking services improves your application resiliency and performance. However, there can be cost and […]

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Introducing IP-based routing for Amazon Route 53

Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System (DNS) web service. Route 53 provides you with the ability to manage traffic to your public domains globally through a variety of routing types, including latency-based routing, geolocation, geoproximity, and weighted routing – all of which can be combined with DNS failover […]

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AWS Networking and Content Delivery Recap of re:Invent 2021

Happy 2022 AWS Networking & Content Delivery enthusiasts! In December 2021, AWS hosted its 10th annual re:Invent conference. The Networking & Content Delivery team had 14 unique breakout sessions that were recorded and can be found on this playlist. In addition to these sessions, the Networking team had a leadership session presented by David Brown, […]

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Creating Disaster Recovery Mechanisms Using Amazon Route 53

We’ll start by outlining how AWS services provide reliability using control planes and data planes, then share high-level design principles for creating a failover mechanism. Finally, we’ll explain the features of Route 53 that make your DR approach more effective.

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Running recovery-oriented applications with Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller, AWS CI/CD tools, and Terraform

Introduction AWS customers in different industries have applications that require extremely high availability that run across several AWS Regions so that they can meet latency and business continuity requirements. Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller (Route 53 ARC) supports high availability by allowing customers to continuously audit the recovery readiness of their applications and centrally […]

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Building highly resilient applications using Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller, Part 2: Multi-Region stack

This is the second in a two-part blog post series about using the recently launched Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller (Route 53 ARC) service. In Part 1, we introduced a single-Region stack, and set up Route 53 ARC features like routing controls, readiness checks, and safety rules to simplify recovery. In this post, we add a […]

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Building Multi-Region AWS Client VPN with AWS Directory Service and Amazon Route 53

Building Multi-Region AWS Client VPN with Microsoft Active Directory and Amazon Route 53

Introduction Organizations often require a secure connection between their users and resources on internal networks. For organizations with a global workforce, traditional virtual private network (VPN) solutions can be difficult to scale. Providing a single VPN endpoint creates a single point of failure: an outage would mean loss of connectivity to critical IT infrastructure. Authenticating […]

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Building highly resilient applications using Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller, Part 1: Single-Region stack

This is the first of a two-part blog post series that shows how the recently launched Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller (Route 53 ARC) service allows you to centrally coordinate failovers and recovery readiness of your application. Using Route 53 ARC with a sample single-Region and multi-Region infrastructure stack, this post provides guidance for […]

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