Tag: AWS CloudFormation
September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Introduction Running enterprise applications and workloads requires visibility and insight. Debugging errors or investigating a security incident in your application across hundreds of log files on hundreds of servers is time consuming and complicated. A common approach to resolve this […]
In a typical enterprise network, customers have VPCs across multiple accounts within an AWS Region to segment workloads. This segmentation can take different forms and depends on the company structure, security policy, business functions, and model. The drivers of the segmentation can vary. For example, segmentation could be driven by security and regulatory requirements, costs, […]
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 […]
A HTTP URL redirect is a webserver function that redirects a user to a different URL from the one they originally requested. Redirections are useful when you want a short easy to remember URL which when accessed redirects you to the actual landing page. URL shortener services are a good example of this use case. […]
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) provides you with the ability to create as many virtual networks as you need. It also provides different options for connecting these networks to each other and to non-AWS infrastructure, such as on-premises data centers, remote headquarters, or other offices. Most of you start this journey with a few […]
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 […]
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.