Networking & Content Delivery

Category: AWS Transit Gateway

Simulating Site-to-Site VPN customer gateways using strongSwan part 2: Certificate-based authentication

Do you need to either demonstrate or learn more about using certificate-based authentication with AWS Site-to-Site VPN capabilities? In part 1 of this series, we showed how to use an AWS CloudFormation template to deploy the open source strongSwan VPN solution to implement the on-premises side of an AWS Site-to-Site VPN connection. The open source […]

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Influencing Traffic over Hybrid Networks using Longest Prefix Match

Influencing Traffic over Hybrid Networks using Longest Prefix Match

Introduction Many organizations use hybrid networks to connect on-premises data centers to the cloud. These networks often use both AWS Direct Connect and private WAN MPLS links to connect data centers to cloud resources and to each other. With multiple connections, organizations need to be able to control the path that network traffic will follow […]

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Securing ingress using security solutions and AWS Transit Gateway

Introduction Internet-facing applications, by their nature, have a larger attack surface and are exposed to categories of threats most other types of applications will never have to face. Having the necessary protection from attacks on these types of applications, and minimizing the impact of attacks, are a core part of any security strategy. Traditional AWS […]

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Centralized inspection architecture with AWS Gateway Load Balancer and AWS Transit Gateway

In our conversations with customers, we are often asked about the best way to architect centralized inspection architectures. Since the launch of AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB), those discussions increasingly revolve around how to use AWS Transit Gateway, Gateway Load Balancer and Gateway Load Balancer Endpoints (GWLBE) together. In this post, we explain how to […]

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Simplify SD-WAN connectivity with AWS Transit Gateway Connect

SD-WANs, or Software Defined Wide Area Networks, have long been used to connect data centers and branch offices over the public internet. Today, those networks must also extend to the cloud. However, traditional SD-WAN infrastructure is not always well suited for this task—significantly increasing complexity and operational burden. At the same time, many AWS customers […]

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Deployment models for AWS Network Firewall

Introduction AWS services and features are built with security as a top priority. With Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), customers are able to control network security using Network Access Control Lists (NACL) and Security Groups (SG). Many customers have requirements beyond the scope of these network security controls, such as deep packet inspection (DPI), application […]

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Whitepaper: Simplifying Global Network Architecture

Deploying new applications and workloads can require big changes to your network. Read what the Enterprise Strategy Group found during their technical validation of AWS Transit Gateway. This report, Simplifying Global Network Architecture, dives into the tradeoffs and benefits of building networks with AWS Transit Gateway. It details their findings from technical validation with three […]

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Infographic: Respond quickly to new demands on your network with AWS Transit Gateway

This new infographic is a quick overview of how AWS Transit Gateway helps you reshape and scale your network. Deploying each new application and workload requires changes to your network. As your network grows, making those changes gets more complex, and that can slow you down. Learn how AWS Transit Gateway makes responding to change […]

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Simplify network routing and security administration with VPC Prefix Lists

The recently announced Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Prefix Lists feature makes it easier to create consistent security postures and routing behaviors. A Prefix List is a collection of CIDR blocks that can be used to configure VPC security groups, VPC route tables, and AWS Transit Gateway route tables and can be shared with other […]

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Integrating external multicast services with AWS

Introduction Many enterprise customers and telecom operators run IP Multicast in their networks for video transcoding, financial trading platforms, multimedia broadcast multicast system (MBMS), and other services. As more and more customers migrate their on-premises workloads to the cloud, there is a need to not just build multicast applications on AWS, but also to integrate […]

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