Tag: infrastructure as code
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 […]
Networks have grown larger and more complex with time, but they continue to be the foundation upon which applications and services run. This critical component has demanding requirements to keep up with a high velocity application development world. How can you enable your network to deliver these requirements with confidence? By adopting NetDevOps practices. This […]
Load Shedding Load shedding is the practice of sacrificing enough application traffic to keep partial availability in the presence of an overload condition. Used in conjunction with strategies like load balancing, load shedding helps applications support service level agreements (SLAs) when increased traffic overwhelms available system resources. While the cloud’s elasticity reduces the need for […]
This post shows how to integrate and automate network testing as part of AWS infrastructure deployment. We will show you how to use a new tool, Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Network Tester, to perform connectivity testing between a source resource and a destination resource in Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). It supports testing resources deployed via AWS Management Console, SDK, Command Line Interface (CLI) or via a CI/CD pipeline.
As IT environments grow, they can become more complex, with additional accounts, VPCs, and the networking between them. AWS Transit Gateway is a service that addresses networking complexity by building a hub-and-spoke network to simplify your network routing and security. With Transit Gateway, you can connect your Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) that span multiple accounts […]