Networking & Content Delivery

Tag: Amazon VPC

Using AWS Transit Gateway Flow Logs to chargeback data processing costs in a multi-account environment

Many AWS customers use consolidated billing, and often need to allocate costs across their internal business units or accounts. This can be challenging when dealing with services that are shared by all accounts. For general chargebacks, some customers use cost allocation tags for this purpose. However, at the time of writing this post, there is […]

Use VPC IP Address Manager to manage subnet CIDRs

Amazon VPC IP Address Manager (IPAM) is a VPC feature that allows you to plan, track, and monitor IP addresses for your AWS workloads. Until now, VPC IPAM allowed you to allocate CIDR blocks and monitor them at the VPC level. With a recent feature enhancement in VPC IPAM, you can now manage CIDR allocations […]

Monitor hybrid connectivity with Amazon CloudWatch Network Monitor

Today we announce the availability of Amazon CloudWatch Network Monitor, a feature of CloudWatch that makes it easy to gain visibility of your hybrid network connectivity with AWS. CloudWatch Network monitor currently supports hybrid monitors for networking built with AWS Direct Connect and AWS Site-to-Site VPN. You can find Amazon CloudWatch Network Monitor in the Amazon CloudWatch […]

Automating large scale deployments with tags for Amazon VPC Lattice

Introduction Since their introduction in 2010, tags have been helping Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers identify, organize, and manage their resources by adding referenceable key/value pairs. In this post, we explore how tags can be used to automate the addition and removal of Amazon VPC Lattice resource associations, and cross account resource shares using Amazon […]

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 […]

Using Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor for enhanced internet observability

Amazon CloudWatch Internet Monitor alerts you to critical internet health events that affect your application users. However, it can also play a key role in helping you efficiently troubleshoot and mitigate network problems before they affect your customers or cause headaches for your leadership. The simplest and most efficient way to leverage the new internet-centric […]

Deploying Amazon VPC IP Address Manager (IPAM) using AWS Service Catalog

Planning, tracking, and monitoring IP addresses for large-scale networks can challenging. Network Administrators often use a combination of spreadsheets, confluence pages, and home-grown tools to track IP address assignments across Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (Amazon VPCs), AWS Regions, and AWS accounts. However, these methods are largely manual and prone to errors, and even a minor […]

Ataccama: Building our global network with AWS Cloud WAN

Ataccama is a global software company with a unified platform for automating data quality, MDM, and metadata management – Ataccama ONE. We specialize in complex enterprise data governance solutions that provide sustainable, long-term value. At Ataccama, we migrated our global wide area network to AWS Cloud WAN to simplify configuration and management. In this post, […]

External Connectivity to Amazon VPC Lattice

In this blog post, we discuss how to connect on-premises and external services to Amazon VPC Lattice. We will go over architectural considerations and requirements for connecting services from trusted locations (on-premises), non-trusted locations (3rd party), and across AWS Regions. Then, we provide a solution that builds out a capability to facilitate this using AWS […]

NetDevSecOps to modernize AWS networking deployments

NetDevOps orchestrates and automates network changes to shorten the network delivery lifecycle, treats the network as code to allow for version control, and tests changes to make sure of quality and stability. This increased speed helps organizations better serve their customers and compete more effectively in the market. The post NetDevOps: A modern approach to AWS […]