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Diagnosing traffic disruption using AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager Route Analyzer

Diagnosing problems in your network traffic or fixing routing issues between your AWS Transit Gateways can be complex. The new Route Analyzer feature for AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager is designed to diagnose and resolve network disruptions quickly. With Network Manager, you can centrally manage networks built around AWS Transit Gateways. You are able to […]

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Securing and Accessing Secrets from Lambda@Edge using AWS Secrets Manager

Lambda@Edge is a feature of Amazon CloudFront that lets you run code closer to users of your application, across on the globe, improving performance and reducing latency. This feature is useful for enriching HTTP requests with filters, security headers, and dynamically routing a request to a specific origin. When working with Lambda@Edge, there are situations where […]

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Building a global network using AWS Transit Gateway Inter-Region peering

Global companies have historically dedicated considerable financial and engineering resources to building wide-area-networks (WANs) so people in different geographies could stay connected and operate as a single entity. Those WANs are typically implemented using Carrier Ethernet (CE) services delivered by leading telecommunications providers, commonly referred to as MPLS services. In recent years, the IT “center […]

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60-second update

0:60 | Got a minute? Here’s the latest on AWS networking. 0:57 | New Features AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager announced route analyzer. This feature verifies your AWS Transit Gateway routing configuration before, and after, you send live traffic. Plus, it helps chase down route-related traffic disruption. 0:46 | More Regions for AWS Transit Gateway AWS Transit […]

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Authenticate AWS Client VPN users with SAML

Introduction Authenticating users to applications and services on the web and at scale can be challenging. Having a separate set of credentials for each application is not an efficient approach. It is difficult to manage for IT departments and doesn’t provide a good experience for users. A common way to solve this challenge is to use […]

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Serving SSE-KMS encrypted content from S3 using CloudFront

Introduction A best practice for your web applications is to use Amazon S3 to store content and Amazon CloudFront to deliver it to users. When building this way, AWS Well-Architected Framework recommends protecting your data at rest and in transit. Encryption is one of protection controls AWS provides you to reduce the risks of unauthorized access, loss, […]

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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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Using VPC Flow Logs to capture and query EKS network communications

Introduction Capturing and querying Amazon EKS and Kubernetes (K8s) cluster traffic is an important skill to possess. It is especially useful during incident-response and when troubleshooting networking issues surrounding nodes, pods, or services in your cluster. Amazon makes it easier to perform capture and query tasks with Amazon VPC Flow Logs and Amazon Athena. Administrators can use Amazon VPC Flow Logs to […]

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Using Microsoft Active Directory MFA with AWS Client VPN

You can now enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) for users connecting to an AWS Client VPN endpoint. This solution is ideal for organizations that want additional security when remote users are accessing AWS or on-premises resources. MFA improves the authentication process by requiring more than a user name, password, and certificate (the first factor). MFA requires […]

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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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