How to Get Started with Amazon Route 53 Resolver DNS Firewall for Amazon VPC

A DNS lookup is typically the starting point for establishing outbound connections within a network. Unwanted direct communication between Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) resources and internet services could be prevented using AWS services like security groups, network access control lists (ACLs) or AWS Network Firewall. These services filter network traffic, but they do not Read more about How to Get Started with Amazon Route 53 Resolver DNS Firewall for Amazon VPC[…]

New – VPC Reachability Analyzer

With Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), you can launch a logically isolated customer-specific virtual network on the AWS Cloud. As customers expand their footprint on the cloud and deploy increasingly complex network architectures, it can take longer to resolve network connectivity issues caused by misconfiguration. Today, we are happy to announce VPC Reachability Analyzer, a Read more about New – VPC Reachability Analyzer[…]

AWS Network Firewall – New Managed Firewall Service in VPC

Our customers want to have a high availability, scalable firewall service to protect their virtual networks in the cloud. Security is the number one priority of AWS, which has provided various firewall capabilities on AWS that address specific security needs, like Security Groups to protect Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Network ACLs to protect Read more about AWS Network Firewall – New Managed Firewall Service in VPC[…]

New – Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) for VPC Endpoints

Although chat and messaging applications have been popular, the email has retained its place as a ubiquitous channel with the highest Return on Investment (ROI) because of its low barrier to entry, affordability and ability to target specific recipients. To ensure that organization’s marketing and transactional messages are received by the end customer in a Read more about New – Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) for VPC Endpoints[…]

AWS Firewall Manager Update – Support for VPC Security Groups

I introduced you to AWS Firewall Manager last year, and showed you how you can use it to centrally configure and manage your AWS WAF rules and AWS Shield advanced protections. AWS Firewall Manager makes use of AWS Organizations, and lets you build policies and apply them across multiple AWS accounts in a consistent manner. Read more about AWS Firewall Manager Update – Support for VPC Security Groups[…]

Learn From Your VPC Flow Logs With Additional Meta-Data

Flow Logs for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud enables you to capture information about the IP traffic going to and from network interfaces in your VPC. Flow Logs data can be published to Amazon CloudWatch Logs or Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Since we launched VPC Flow Logs in 2015, you have been using it for Read more about Learn From Your VPC Flow Logs With Additional Meta-Data[…]

New – VPC Traffic Mirroring – Capture & Inspect Network Traffic

Running a complex network is not an easy job. In addition to simply keeping it up and running, you need to keep an ever-watchful eye out for unusual traffic patterns or content that could signify a network intrusion, a compromised instance, or some other anomaly. VPC Traffic Mirroring Today we are launching VPC Traffic Mirroring. Read more about New – VPC Traffic Mirroring – Capture & Inspect Network Traffic[…]

New – Use an AWS Transit Gateway to Simplify Your Network Architecture

It is safe to say that Amazon Virtual Private Cloud is one of the most useful and central features of AWS. Our customers configure their VPCs in a wide variety of ways, and take advantage of numerous connectivity options and gateways including AWS Direct Connect (via Direct Connect Gateways), NAT Gateways, Internet Gateways, Egress-Only Internet Read more about New – Use an AWS Transit Gateway to Simplify Your Network Architecture[…]