Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Networking & Content Delivery

Connecting Saas services within a VPC Lattice service network

Many AWS customers modernizing their applications into modular services to speed up the development process and improve their ability to scale out individual services as part of the architecture. This includes services developed by the customer and SaaS applications developed by partners. Communication between services requires network connectivity across the Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. […]

How to monitor internet traffic to CloudFront edge in one click with Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor

Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a streamlined solution for you to monitor internet traffic to your CloudFront distribution with simple integration for Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor in the Amazon CloudFront console. Ensuring optimal performance and availability is paramount for internet applications. With this integration, you can easily gain more insights into internet health and your users’ experience for an application that you’ve set up with a CloudFront distribution.

Introducing VPC Flow Logs for Elastic Container Services

Introduction Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is the foundational networking construct used by customers to deploy workloads on AWS. To examine VPC traffic and gain insights into communication patterns, customers collect and analyze VPC Flow Logs, leveraging the capabilities and features AWS has continuously added since 2015. You can get started with Flow Logs by […]

Restrict access to AWS Elemental MediaPackage v2 using origin access control

AWS Elemental MediaPackage provides customers the ability to deliver live and video on demand (VOD) securely and reliably at scale. Integrating with other Media Services on AWS and content delivery networks (CDNs) like Amazon CloudFront, MediaPackage offers resilient video origination while reducing media workflow complexity for customers. In 2023, we announced the support for low-latency […]

How to share IP address ranges across accounts with AWS Global Accelerator

Maintaining ownership of IP addresses while deploying resources in multiple accounts can lead to underutilized IP address ranges. AWS Global Accelerator supports cross-account sharing for bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP), which enables you to share IP address ranges with multiple AWS accounts. After you provision an IP address range with Global Accelerator using BYOIP, […]

Scaling strategies for Elastic Load Balancing

Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) offers four types of load balancers, all featuring high availability, automatic scaling, and robust security support for your applications: Application Load Balancer (ALB), Network Load Balancer (NLB), Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB), and Classic Load Balancer (CLB). ELB automatically scales up and down, and scales in and out in response to traffic […]

Using Amazon Route 53 Profiles for scalable multi-account AWS environments

Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers implement multi-account strategies so that multiple teams can deploy workloads in separate organizational units (OUs) and AWS accounts. Cloud administrators are using this practice through offerings such as AWS Control Tower and AWS Organizations. These services help them get things done using individual accounts while maintaining centralized control for governance […]

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Secure your Lambda function URLs using Amazon CloudFront origin access control

In 2022, we launched Lambda function URLs as a simple way to configure an HTTPS endpoint for your AWS Lambda function without having to learn, configure, and operate additional services. Customers who want to improve the performance and security of their applications running with Lambda function URLs can deploy Amazon CloudFront in front of Lambda function URLs […]

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

An update was made on April 11th, 2024, outlining deployment procedure. 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 […]

AWS Client VPN and AWS Verified Access migration and interoperability patterns

In today’s workplace, your users need secure, authenticated remote connectivity to your applications. Until recently, many organizations took this requirement to mean “VPN connection.” AWS Client VPN, introduced in 2018, has provided AWS customers with a managed, OpenVPN-based VPN client solution for securing remote access to on-premises and AWS-hosted applications. AWS Verified Access, launched in […]