Knowing how something is implemented is important to design well for it. In this video, see how network access control lists (NACLs) and ACLs are implemented within AWS.
- Another important network service … is the service of security, being able to make sure … that your network allows the communications … it should allow, but doesn't allow anything else. … We accomplish that throughout AWS … with access control lists. … We've talked a little bit about them at other points … in the course so far, we've looked for example … at ACLs on S3 buckets, but we haven't looked … specifically at ACLs in some other areas. … So we want to look at these and … see what they actually do for us. … Now, the key ACLs, or access control lists, … that you need to focus on are those that are attached … to objects that people can access, and example of that … is an S3 bucket, and then the network ACLs, … or NACLs, that would be attached to networking components … such as subnets and virtual private clouds. … So we're going to look at these throughout … the environment to see what they actually look like. … First of all, when looking at the S3 buckets, just go to S3, … click on any bucket, and click on permissions. …
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