Networking & Content Delivery

Tag: Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

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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Handling Redirects@Edge Part 2

In continuation with our series on Handling Redirects@Edge, in this blog post, we will explore how you can leverage Amazon CloudFront, Lambda@Edge and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) to offload the origin from URL redirection with more advanced capabilities. As part of this solution, we offer a simple custom-built user interface to define and manage […]

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Deliver Your App’s Dynamic Content Using Amazon CloudFront – Getting Started Template

Many websites and web applications serve a combination of static content—HTML, CSS, JPG, or other files that all end viewers can see—and dynamic content, which is personalized for each end viewer. Fortunately, Amazon CloudFront can serve both types of content, to reduce latency, protect your architecture, and optimize costs. In this post, we demonstrate how […]

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Resizing Images with Amazon CloudFront & Lambda@Edge | AWS CDN Blog

Do you have lots of images that need to be modified before delivery? No problem with Amazon CloudFront and Lambda@Edge. Read more on how you can use our services to modify image dimensions, apply watermarks, or optimize formats based on browser support all on the fly. Optimizing your image delivery can lead to a better experience for your users while also reducing your bandwidth usage.

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