Networking & Content Delivery

Tag: AWS Direct Connect

Design patterns for interconnecting a telco data center to an Amazon VPC

Traditionally, communication service providers (CSPs) in the telecom industry have used a Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) technique to segregate their data center (DC) networks per each network domains; for examples of domain such as Operation, Administration & Management (OAM), signaling, roaming, and user traffic networks. Each VRF domain in the data center must also […]

Migrating accounts between AWS Organizations from a network perspective

In this post, we’ll discuss the considerations, recommendations, and approach for migrating AWS accounts between AWS Organizations from a networking perspective. We’ll explain the behavior of AWS networking resources when AWS accounts are moved between Organizations. We’ll also analyze the behavior from different viewpoints including service availability, management and governance, as well as commercial and operations. […]

How Repsol manages and monitors their AWS network with dashboards, alarms and automation

Large enterprises often deploy workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using multiple accounts. This helps isolate workloads, manage permissions more easily, and simplifies cost allocation. However, managing a multi-account environment can make your network topology more complex and requires additional monitoring and automation. At Repsol, a global multi-energy company present throughout the entire value chain, […]

AWS Networking and Content Delivery Recap of re:Invent 2021

Happy 2022 AWS Networking & Content Delivery enthusiasts! In December 2021, AWS hosted its 10th annual re:Invent conference. The Networking & Content Delivery team had 14 unique breakout sessions that were recorded and can be found on this playlist. In addition to these sessions, the Networking team had a leadership session presented by David Brown, […]

AWS Direct Connect monitoring and failover with Anomaly Detection

As enterprises move to the Cloud, having a reliable network connection to their on-premises data centers is fundamental. In this post, I show how to monitor your AWS Direct Connect links and initiate remediation (including automatic failover) when degradation in end-to-end path quality (packet loss, high latency) is detected. Multiple Direct Connect links at separate […]

Advanced Routing scenarios with AWS Direct Connect SiteLink

SiteLink, a new feature of AWS Direct Connect (DX), makes it easy to send data from one Direct Connect location to another, bypassing AWS Regions. Once you have made connections at two or more Direct Connect locations, you can turn on (or off) the SiteLink feature on Private/Transit VIFs and in minutes, a global, reliable, […]

Introducing AWS Direct Connect SiteLink

SiteLink, a new feature of AWS Direct Connect (DX), makes it easy to send data from one Direct Connect location to another, bypassing AWS Regions. If you recall, Direct Connect is a cloud service that links your network to AWS, bypassing the internet to deliver more consistent, lower-latency performance. Prior to SiteLink, it was not […]

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 […]

Integrate SD-WAN devices with AWS Transit Gateway and AWS Direct Connect

Many AWS customers like to use their existing Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) devices when connecting their on-premises networks to an AWS Transit Gateway. When doing this, a large number of prefixes must be advertised to and from AWS Transit Gateway. In this post, we show how to use the Transit Gateway Connect feature […]