Networking & Content Delivery

Category: AWS Global Accelerator

Measuring AWS Global Accelerator performance and analyzing results

On the AWS networking team, we’re often asked by customers who use AWS Global Accelerator to provide guidance around how to test and measure the network performance of their applications. To share this information more broadly, we decided to write this blog post. In this post, we discuss the factors that impact network performance and […]

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Introducing AWS Global Accelerator custom routing accelerators

AWS Global Accelerator now supports custom routing accelerators, a new type of accelerator that allows you to use your own application logic to route multiple users to a specific Amazon EC2 destination, while still leveraging the benefits of Global Accelerator. Global Accelerator is a networking service that improves your internet user performance and availability by […]

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Improving real-time communication (RTC) client experience with AWS Global Accelerator

Introduction AWS Global Accelerator is a networking service that decreases latency, delivers greater performance, and achieves higher availability for internet traffic between your users and your applications running on AWS. By leveraging Global Accelerator, customers observe up to 49% reduction of end-to-end latency, 58% reduction of jitter, and 60% increase in throughput for your internet traffic. In this blog post, we […]

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Using AWS Global Accelerator to achieve blue/green deployments

AWS Global Accelerator is a network layer service that directs traffic to optimal endpoints over the AWS global network, this improves the availability and performance of your internet applications. It provides two static anycast IP addresses that act as a fixed entry point to your application endpoints in a single or multiple AWS Regions, such […]

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Improving availability and performance for Application Load Balancers using one-click integration with AWS Global Accelerator

AWS Global Accelerator improves the availability and performance of your applications. It provides customers with a global fixed entry point to their Application Load Balancers (ALB), Network Load Balancers (NLB), EC2 instances, or Elastic IPs. AWS Global Accelerator uses the AWS global network to direct end users’ traffic to a healthy application endpoint in the […]

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AWS Global Accelerator with CloudFormation

Using AWS CloudFormation with AWS Global Accelerator

AWS Global Accelerator is a networking service that helps you achieve lower latency, greater performance, and higher availability for internet traffic between your users’ client devices and your applications running on AWS. By using AWS CloudFormation with Global Accelerator, customers can use the power of infrastructure as code to build Global Accelerator deployments in a safe, secure, and repeatable manner. This blog […]

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Scale your Remote VPN on AWS

Scale your Remote Access VPN on AWS

AWS gives you the ability to extend existing on-premises remote access VPN solutions to the cloud. This not only allows access to resources within AWS, but using hybrid connectivity, also to on-premises resources. VPN clients use AWS internet connectivity as an entry point, and the flexibility of Amazon EC2 to scale capacity behind remote access […]

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Achieve up to 60% better performance for internet traffic with AWS Global Accelerator

If you offer applications such as gaming, media, mobile, or financial applications, you need consistent, low latency for a great user experience. AWS Global Accelerator helps you to achieve lower latency by improving performance for internet traffic between your users’ client devices and your applications running on AWS. It uses the AWS global network to […]

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Real-time communication at CrazyCall using AWS Global Accelerator

In the telecommunications industry, real-time communication (RTC) refers to live media sessions between two endpoints with minimum latency and jitter. These sessions could be for voice, instant messaging or live video. Each of these solutions consists of one or more signaling message exchanges that control the call (e.g., authentication, authorization and access control, transcoding, or […]

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Accessing private Application Load Balancers and EC2 instances through AWS Global Accelerator

Many Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) offer a feature to obfuscate the source origin through functionality commonly referred to as origin cloaking. Using AWS Global Accelerator with Client IP Address Preservation capability, similar functionally can be facilitated. Private Application Load Balancers (ALBs) and private EC2 instances can be accessed through Global Accelerator in a secure and simplified manner. AWS […]

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