Networking & Content Delivery

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Using Microsoft Active Directory MFA with AWS Client VPN

You can now enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) for users connecting to an AWS Client VPN endpoint. This solution is ideal for organizations that want additional security when remote users are accessing AWS or on-premises resources. MFA improves the authentication process by requiring more than a user name, password, and certificate (the first factor). MFA requires […]

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Real-time communication at CrazyCall using AWS Global Accelerator

In the telecommunications industry, real-time communication (RTC) refers to live media sessions between two endpoints with minimum latency and jitter. These sessions could be for voice, instant messaging or live video. Each of these solutions consists of one or more signaling message exchanges that control the call (e.g., authentication, authorization and access control, transcoding, or […]

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Using Bring Your Own IP Addresses (BYOIP) with Global Accelerator

AWS Global Accelerator is a network service that routes incoming network traffic over the AWS global network to multiple AWS Regions in order to improve performance and availability for your global applications. It makes use of our collection of edge locations and our congestion-free global network to direct traffic based on application health, network health, […]

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Scaling VPN throughput using AWS transit gateway

Scaling VPN throughput using AWS Transit Gateway

A virtual private network (VPN) is one of the most common ways that customers connect securely to the AWS Cloud from on-premises or data center environments. Customers establish VPN connectivity to AWS using AWS managed VPN solutions like AWS Site-to-Site VPN, transit gateways, or partner solutions running on Amazon EC2. In this post, we demonstrate […]

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How to integrate third-party firewall appliances into an AWS environment

Update October 11, 2020 – While the implementations described in this post remain valid, it was written before Gateway Load Balancer became available. Gateway Load Balancer is designed specifically for adding firewalls and other virtual network appliances to your AWS network. If you would like to learn more, Introducing AWS Gateway Load Balancer: supported architecture […]

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Network Architecture that shows Direct Connect Gateway attached to private virtual interface, and associated to virtual private gateway in two region.

Setting up AWS Direct Connect gateway to route DX traffic to any AWS Region

Direct Connect Senior Product Managers Madhura Kale and Erik Klavon contributed to this post. AWS Direct Connect (DX) has been a popular method for businesses to connect to AWS services, giving users a secure and reliable connection to an AWS Region. There are more than 100 DX locations available globally across major cities. However, you […]

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Handling Redirects@Edge Part 2

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 […]

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Introducing Bring Your Own IP (BYOIP) for Amazon VPC

A public IP address is a big part of what is used to identify you on the public internet. In cases such as migration, whitelisting, or even IP address reputation, it can be important to you as the application owner, that your application’s IP address remains the same, or in the case of a migration, […]

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Visitor Prioritization on e-Commerce Websites with CloudFront and Lambda@Edge

For online retailers, the annual holiday season, special sales and new product launches are all exciting events that typically drive a rapid increase in site traffic. With Amazon CloudFront and Lambda@Edge, you can now build a Flash Crowd Management workflow that lets you control what proportion of incoming shopper traffic is allowed to access your backend application, while directing the remaining shoppers to a temporary waiting room- an alternate site where you can provide them a branded experience while they await their turn to access the application.

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