In this video, look at how Amazon VPC endpoints can help you secure private endpoint access to cloud-hosted resources. Explore both regional and global endpoints.
- [Narrator] There are a variety of connections available … to connect your VPC to the internet, … to a private connection maybe on-prem, … or to other private resources at AWS. … Starting off with the Gateway Devices, … if I want internet access, … I attach an internet gateway directly to my VPC. … If I was to create a VPN connection, … either a client VPN or a site-to-site VPN connection … from on-prem, or external locations, to my VPC, … I attach a virtual private gateway to my VPC. … Note after I add either the internet gateway, … or the virtual private gateway, to my VPC, … it isn't really working yet. … I have to then update my route tables … associated with the subnets that wish to either get out … to the internet or need to connect via a VPN connection. … I can also create a private endpoint from my VPC … to most AWS services. … There are two types of endpoints. … The newest one is called an interface endpoint. … This is actually a network interface … on a particular subnet within your VPC …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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