Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Amazon Route 53

Performing Route 53 health checks on private resources in a VPC with AWS Lambda and Amazon CloudWatch

If you have ever used Amazon Route 53 health checks to monitor resources, you know that monitored resources must have public IP addresses. This is because Route 53 health checkers are public and they can only monitor hosts with IP addresses that are publicly routable on the internet. You may want to monitor your resources […]

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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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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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