DNS over HTTPS is now available in Amazon Route 53 Resolver

Starting today, Amazon Route 53 Resolver supports using the DNS over HTTPS (DoH) protocol for both inbound and outbound Resolver endpoints. As the name suggests, DoH supports HTTP or HTTP/2 over TLS to encrypt the data exchanged for Domain Name System (DNS) resolutions. Using TLS encryption, DoH increases privacy and security by preventing eavesdropping and Read more about DNS over HTTPS is now available in Amazon Route 53 Resolver[…]

Introducing Amazon CloudFront KeyValueStore: A low-latency datastore for CloudFront Functions

Amazon CloudFront allows you to securely deliver static and dynamic content with low latency and high transfer speeds. With CloudFront Functions, you can perform latency-sensitive customizations for millions of requests per second. For example, you can use CloudFront Functions to modify headers, normalize cache keys, rewrite URLs, or authorize requests. Today, we are introducing CloudFront Read more about Introducing Amazon CloudFront KeyValueStore: A low-latency datastore for CloudFront Functions[…]

Happy anniversary, Amazon CloudFront: 15 years of evolution and internet advancements

I can’t believe it’s been 15 years since Amazon CloudFront was launched! When Amazon S3 became available in 2006, developers loved the flexibility and started to build a new kind of globally distributed applications where storage was not a bottleneck. These applications needed to be performant, reliable, and cost-efficient for every user on the planet. Read more about Happy anniversary, Amazon CloudFront: 15 years of evolution and internet advancements[…]

Simplify Service-to-Service Connectivity, Security, and Monitoring with Amazon VPC Lattice – Now Generally Available

At AWS re:Invent 2022, we introduced in preview Amazon VPC Lattice, a new capability of Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) that gives you a consistent way to connect, secure, and monitor communication between your services. With VPC Lattice, you can define policies for network access, traffic management, and monitoring to connect compute services across Read more about Simplify Service-to-Service Connectivity, Security, and Monitoring with Amazon VPC Lattice – Now Generally Available[…]

New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users

With S3 Object Lambda, you can use your own code to process data retrieved from Amazon S3 as it is returned to an application. Over time, we added new capabilities to S3 Object Lambda, like the ability to add your own code to S3 HEAD and LIST API requests, in addition to the support for Read more about New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users[…]

New – Visualize Your VPC Resources from Amazon VPC Creation Experience

Today we are announcing Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) resource map, a new feature that simplifies the VPC creation experience in the AWS Management Console. This feature displays your existing VPC resources and their routing visually on a single page, allowing you to quickly understand the architectural layout of the VPC. A year ago, Read more about New – Visualize Your VPC Resources from Amazon VPC Creation Experience[…]

AWS Verified Access Preview — VPN-less Secure Network Access to Corporate Applications

Today, we announced the preview of AWS Verified Access, a new secure connectivity service that allows enterprises to enable local or remote secure access for their corporate applications without requiring a VPN. Traditionally, remote access to applications when on the road or working from home is granted by a VPN. Once the remote workforce is Read more about AWS Verified Access Preview — VPN-less Secure Network Access to Corporate Applications[…]

Introducing VPC Lattice – Simplify Networking for Service-to-Service Communication (Preview)

Modern applications are built using modular and distributed components. Each component is a service that implements its own subset of functionalities. To make these services communicate with each other, you need a way to let them discover where they are, authorize access, and route traffic. When troubleshooting issues, you need to keep communication configurations under Read more about Introducing VPC Lattice – Simplify Networking for Service-to-Service Communication (Preview)[…]

New – ENA Express: Improved Network Latency and Per-Flow Performance on EC2

We know that you can always make great use of all available network bandwidth and network performance, and have done our best to supply it to you. Over the years, network bandwidth has grown from the 250 Mbps on the original m1 instance to 200 Gbps on the newest m6in instances. In addition to raw Read more about New – ENA Express: Improved Network Latency and Per-Flow Performance on EC2[…]

New – Direct VPC Routing Between On-Premises Networks and AWS Outposts Rack

Today, we announced direct VPC routing for AWS Outposts rack. This enables you to connect Outposts racks and on-premises networks using simplified IP address management. Direct VPC routing automatically advertises Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) subnet CIDR addresses to on-premises networks. This enables you to use the private IP addresses of resources in your Read more about New – Direct VPC Routing Between On-Premises Networks and AWS Outposts Rack[…]