Networking & Content Delivery

Tag: monitoring

Using VPC Traffic Mirroring to monitor and secure your AWS infrastructure

VPC Traffic Mirroring is an AWS feature used to copy network traffic from the elastic network interface of an EC2 instance to a target for analysis. This makes a variety of network-based monitoring and analytics solutions possible on AWS. By capturing the raw packet data required for content inspection, VPC Traffic Mirroring enables agentless methods […]

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Four Steps for Debugging your Content Delivery on AWS

Introduction Werner Vogels, chief technology officer for AWS, has been quoted as saying: “Everything fails all the time.” Well, his quote applies as well to content delivery with Amazon CloudFront and Lambda@Edge. In content delivery, issues might occur in different places, for example: On your origin, when it returns HTTP 5xx errors On CloudFront, when […]

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Debugging tool for network connectivity from Amazon VPC

Resources in AWS rely heavily on their underlying network to deliver a service at optimal performance. For example, your databases could be fine-tuned and your front end application servers could be running on the most expensive, high-end Amazon EC2 instances available. However, if the underlying network is experiencing an issue, all of these beneficial factors […]

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