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Enforcing VPN access policies with AWS Client VPN connection handler

Overview AWS Client VPN, launched in 2018, enables you to use your OpenVPN-based clients to securely access your AWS and on-premises networks from anywhere. With recent updates, you can also enforce additional security policies on connections to a Client VPN endpoint by configuring a client connect handler (referred to as the “handler” in this post). […]

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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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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 AWS Client VPN to scale your work from home capacity

Using AWS Client VPN to scale your work from home capacity

Traditional on-premises VPN services are fixed in capacity and difficult to scale up, or down, in a rapid and on-demand fashion. Hardware constraints, licensing, and bandwidth can all be factors that prevent traditional client VPN services from scaling to meet the needs of a rapidly growing mobile workforce. Fortunately, the elasticity of cloud and pay-as-you-go […]

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Introducing AWS Client VPN to Securely Access AWS and On-Premises Resources

Update March 17, 2020 – With recent events, the need to provide a remote workforce with secured connectivity is greater than ever. It comes as no surprise that this post (originally published on December 19, 2018) is receiving a lot of traffic. The content is still relevant today, so we’re publishing it again to make it […]

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