Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Announcements

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 […]

Announcing AWS Global Accelerator IPv6 support for Amazon EC2 endpoints

AWS Global Accelerator now offers dual-stack accelerators that let you route both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances as endpoints, in addition to Application Load Balancers. In this post, we describe the benefits of using dual-stack accelerators with IPv6 EC2 endpoints, and go through a step-by-step guide for adding […]

Using load balancer target group health thresholds to improve availability

Introduction AWS recently added features to our Elastic Load Balancers (ELB) that give you control over when they take measures to shift traffic between targets. In this blog, we will explore these new capabilities and review how you can use them to improve the availability and resiliency of your applications. Two types of Elastic Load […]

Lightning in a Bottle Festival 2023: DDR.Live deploys AWS Private 5G

In the world of live events, conferences, music festivals, and pop-ups, reliable connectivity has become an essential element in the success of any event. The ability to provide guests seamless interactions with a variety of technologies, such as Point of Sale (PoS), access control, ticketing, and check-in is crucial for events of all sizes. However, […]

Estimating radio coverage for your network with AWS Private 5G

Introduction In this blog, we will walk you through estimating the number of AWS Private 5G radio units needed to meet coverage and capacity requirements for your various use cases. AWS Private 5G provides a radio frequency (RF) estimator to help customers determine the number of units required. The AWS Private 5G RF estimator uses […]

A sneak peek at the Network and Infrastructure Security track sessions for re:Inforce 2023

AWS re:Inforce is fast approaching, and this post can help you plan your agenda. AWS re:Inforce is a security conference where you can gain skills and learn about the latest solutions in cloud security, compliance, identity, and privacy. As a re:Inforce attendee, you will have access to hundreds of technical and non-technical sessions, an Expo featuring […]

Attach multiple IPs to a NAT Gateway to scale your egress traffic pattern

AWS NAT Gateway is a highly available and horizontally scalable Network Address Translation (NAT) service. AWS NAT Gateway allows resources in a private subnet to connect to target resources outside the subnet using the NAT Gateway’s IP address. These target resources can either be in the same VPC, a different VPC, on the internet, or […]

Introducing AWS Verified Access – General Availability

Introduction AWS Verified Access enables customers to provide VPN-less, secure access to their corporate applications. We released it as a preview during AWS re:Invent 2022. Today, we are happy to announce that this service is now generally available (GA). Built using AWS Zero Trust principles, customers can use Verified Access to reduce the risks associated […]

New – Gateway Load Balancer support for IPv6

In 2020, we launched Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB), allowing you to deploy in-line inspection and filtering of packets. Various customers are leveraging this service to implement firewalls, intrusion detection, and network monitoring appliances in a centralized location. The ability to use multiple GWLB endpoints installed in workload VPCs allows distributed access to these centralized inspection […]

Visualize and diagnose network reachability across AWS accounts using Reachability Analyzer

It is common to encounter network designs on AWS with resources that belong to multiple AWS accounts. For example, you may have several AWS accounts with Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) in those accounts connected to an AWS Transit Gateway in a central networking account. You may need to determine or diagnose network reachability between AWS […]