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Q: Can I incorporate the AWS WAF Security Automations solution into my existing web application firewall strategy?
A: Yes. You can aggregate existing rules and solution-created rules into a single web ACL. Note that individual web ACLs are subject to rule limits (now called quotas); refer to the AWS WAF Developer Guide for information.
Q: Can I use these solutions to protect multiple web applications?
A: Yes. After you deploy the AWS WAF Security Automations solution, you can associate its web ACL (with all the rules included in the solution) with multiple web applications. Note that the web ACL that the solution creates will be compatible with either a CloudFront distribution or an Application Load Balancer, depending on what you select for the Endpoint Type template parameter.
Q: Can I extend the functionality of AWS WAF Security Automations?
A: Yes. You can modify and customize all the rules provided in either solution. During initial configuration, use the template parameters to control rule behavior, as well as the code for the AWS Lambda functions.
Q: Do these solutions integrate with my third-party web application firewall?
A: No. These rules are specific to the AWS WAF service.
Q: Can I deploy these solutions in any AWS Region?
A: For web apps deployed with an Application Load Balancer, you must deploy the relevant solution's AWS CloudFormation template in an AWS Region that supports AWS WAF for Application Load Balancers (for the most current AWS WAF availability, refer to AWS service offerings by Region).
For web apps deployed with Amazon CloudFront, you can deploy the solution template only in the US East (N. Virginia) Region.
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