Networking & Content Delivery

Tag: Amazon VPC

Introduction to Network Transformation on AWS – Part 2

Introduction This blog post is a continuation of Introduction to Network Transformation on AWS – Part 1. To recap, as your organization begins to embrace cloud, you extend your network to AWS using a hybrid connectivity architecture. When we work with customers, we see that their network traffic patterns have been changing as more applications […]

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Deployment models for AWS Network Firewall with VPC routing enhancements

Introduction Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a logically isolated virtual network. It has inbuilt network security controls and implicit routing between VPC subnets by design. Network security controls such as security groups (SGs) and network access control lists (ACLs) provide you with options to control network traffic. However these controls operate at network and transport […]

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How to solve Private IP exhaustion with Private NAT Solution

Introduction: As our computing needs evolve, one of the most common questions we hear from customers is, “how do I manage my private IP space? I’m almost out of it.” It’s difficult to assign separate Private IP ranges (RFC 1918) to different business units in an organization because the available IPv4 address range is restricted. […]

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Analyze VPC Flow Logs with point-and-click Amazon Athena integration

Analyzing your VPC Flow Logs using Athena is now easier than ever! The recently introduced VPC Flow Logs integration with Amazon Athena helps you get started with extracting meaningful insights from VPC Flow Logs in just a few clicks. In this blog post, we will walk you through how you can use this recently announced […]

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Leveraging AWS PrivateLink for volumetric data processing

AWS PrivateLink provides private, secure connectivity between VPCs, AWS services, and your on-premises networks, without exposing your traffic to the public internet. AWS PrivateLink offers three primary benefits to customers. First, it provides a way for two parties to establish private connectivity without requiring an Internet Gateway (IGW), thereby helping both parties to deploy airtight […]

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Best practices for deploying Gateway Load Balancer

Introduction At re:Invent 2020, we launched Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB), a service that makes it easy and cost-effective to deploy, scale, and manage the availability of third-party virtual appliances. These appliances include firewalls (FW), intrusion detection and prevention systems, and deep packet inspection systems in the cloud. Since the launch, a lot of customers have […]

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Introduction to Network Transformation on AWS – Part 1

Introduction Your organization may have a sprawling network built with variety of topologies. As your organization begins to embrace cloud, you extend your network to AWS using a hybrid connectivity architecture. Over time, traffic patterns change as more and more of your applications move to the cloud. This means that you can start transforming your […]

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Moving towards DevOps CI/CD approach to configure and manage AWS networking resources

Introduction Organizations are moving from traditional monolithic data center networks to an agile application programming interface (API) driven cloud network. As a result, customers are looking for an efficient and reliable way to make changes to their cloud network infrastructure. They want to adopt a pipeline driven approach to make any network changes following DevOps […]

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VPC sharing: key considerations and best practices

Introduction It has been over 2 years since we launched VPC sharing at re:Invent 2018. I previously wrote about this capability in a “VPC sharing: A new approach to multiple accounts and VPC management” blog post. That blog covers everything you need to know about where to start, the benefits of VPC sharing, and why we decided […]

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