With a VPC endpoint, you can privately connect your VPC to other AWS services and endpoint services. Learn how to set up a private endpoint to S3 in this hands-on demo.
- [Narrator] For creating a private Endpoint we … need to go into the Virtual Private Cloud. … Let's scroll down and under networking select VPC. … The VPC that we're using, if we select your VPC's … we'll see that we have the one VPC west coast. … We want to add access to s3buckets from this network. … On the left we'll select Endpoints. … Let's create an Endpoint. … We can use AWS services as the Endpoint. … We can search for the service by name … or perhaps we want a Marketplace service … in the AWS Marketplace. … What we want first is a Gateway Endpoint … and if we scroll down we can see that there … is a lot of interface Endpoints, … these are the newest Endpoints. … A private interface connecting from a private subnet … to an Amazon service. … I'm looking for a Gateway type, … I don't see it so let's advance … the search and there we'll see the Gateway for … Dynamo DB and for Amazon S3. … Selecting S3, scrolling down let's create the Endpoint. … We get a warning that the system needs to know …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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