Discover how AWS controls the flow of packets across its software-defined network.
- [Instructor] When we're working at AWS … it's nice to think about the packet flow on your network, … where the packets are going. … Are they coming in from the outside world, … i.e. across the internet? … Are they staying private? … This will help you in understanding the layers … of the VPC. … So if I look at a basic data packet … it's going to have a source and a destination. … Going to have data, and there's going to be a few layers … of error checking. … Our basic data packet. … Now when you're thinking about a network on prem … you may be thinking about switches, routers, network cable, … but at Amazon this is all software, it's a little different. … So a little bit of work behind the scenes … about packet flow. … So we start off, at Amazon, with a bare metal server. … In fact, Amazon really has just a couple of products. … They have bare metal servers, and they have storage. … From those two products they build everything. … So customized bare metal servers, … hosting EC2 instances, which happen to be on a subnet, …
- Creating a VPC
- Creating subnets
- Default and custom route tables
- IP addressing
- Creating security groups
- Configuring an internet gateway
- Peering VPCs together
- Sharing VPC resources
- Creating flow logs for monitoring
- Controlling access with IAM roles
- Dedicated tenancy
- Using automation for compliance
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know2m 7s
1. VPC Architecture
2. Creating VPCs
3. Creating Subnets
4. IP Addressing
5. VPC Security
6. VPC Public Connectivity
7. VPC Private Connectivity
8. VPC Compliance
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