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Achieve optimal routing with AWS Cloud WAN for multi-Region networks

In multi-Region AWS Cloud WAN deployments, customers deploy centralized architectures for use cases such as traffic inspection, hybrid connectivity (using AWS Transit Gateways and AWS Direct Connect), and internet egress. For internet egress, you may use a single egress VPC per AWS Region or per geography (collection of AWS Regions), for example, Americas (AMER GEO), […]

Prepare and run Performance Tests for Amazon CloudFront with Real User Monitoring

Prepare and run performance tests for Amazon Cloudfront with Real User Monitoring

This blog post is written by Tanya Pahuja and Sumit Bhardwaj, Technical Account Managers – AWS Enterprise Support, with Karan Desai, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS For consumer-facing websites and mobile apps, the speed at which the content loads on the user’s screens directly impacts the user’s browsing experience and the success of your business. If […]

How to boost the performance and security of your dynamic websites with AWS edge services in a few steps

Customers use AWS edge services to improve the performance and the security of their websites. In certain cases, they appreciate being able to quickly set up a Content Delivery Network (CDN) and a Web Application Firewall (WAF) to stop a DDoS attack targeting their website, or to decrease page load times. And they prefer doing […]

Use Bring your own IP addresses (BYOIP) and RFC 8805 for localization of Internet content

AWS provides hundreds of services to help you easily deploy resources and applications globally in minutes. This helps you rapidly expand your customer base across the world. At the time of writing this post, the AWS Cloud spans 102 Availability Zones (AZs) within 32 geographic AWS Regions around the world. As AWS is continuously growing, […]

Benefits of Domain Registration with Amazon Route 53

Amazon Route 53 Domains is a domain registration service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is a component of the larger Route 53 service, which is AWS’s scalable and highly reliable DNS service. As a developer-centric registrar, Route 53 Domains differentiates itself by catering to the needs of developers and cloud engineers. It does […]

Accelerate and protect your websites using Amazon CloudFront and AWS WAF

Internet users increasingly expect responsive web applications and APIs with lower latency and higher availability. Additionally, publicly accessible web applications and APIs are exposed to threats such as commonly occurring vulnerabilities described in the OWASP Top 10, SQL injection, automated requests, and HTTP floods (Denial of Service (DoS)) that can affect availability, compromise security, or […]

How FactSet unified network monitoring in AWS and On-Premises

This is a post by FactSet, Sreekanth Sarma Vanam – Director of Network Engineering, Saurabh Gadi – Principal Systems Engineer and AWS Solutions Architects, Mony Kiem and Amit Borulkar. In Factset’s own words, “FactSet creates flexible, open data and software solutions for tens of thousands of investment professionals around the world. These solutions provide instant […]

Using NAT Gateways with multiple-Amazon VPCs at scale

Introduction Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) use Network Address Translation (NAT) so resources in private subnets can communicate with resources in the internet, other VPCs, on-premises networks, or even the same VPC using the NAT Gateway’s IP address. Amazon VPC NAT Gateway is managed by AWS and addresses this need while providing redundancy, scalability, […]

Migrating AWS Direct Connect to a new location

As new AWS Direct Connect locations become available, we recommend customers review their options to make sure they are using the best route to connect to AWS. Many times, moving a connection to a Direct Connect location that is geographically closer to your data centers (DCs) and branch locations can improve network performance, and might […]

Announcing Amazon Virtual Private Gateway Ingress Routing support for Gateway Load Balancer

Today, on 30th August 2023, AWS launched a new enhancement to the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Ingress Routing feature. With this enhancement, customers can now specify a Gateway Load Balancer Endpoint (GWLBE) as the next-hop in the virtual private gateway (VGW) route table. This allows customers to inspect their traffic coming into AWS […]