Learn how AWS allows you to share subnet resources.
- [Narrator] A relatively new feature has arrived at AWS, … that's actually replacing the standard peering, … where we'd link VPCs together … with a direct network connection. … We can now do VPC sharing. … So, with VPC sharing, … the application resources, typically, … are created in a VPC. … If you think about it, … application resources could be web servers, databases. … We probably wouldn't share a web server, … but we might want to share a database. … So, the resources can now, … with VPC sharing, … and some other features we're going to talk about, … you can now have central management of your VPCs. … This has been an issue with Amazon, … especially with peering, … because there was nothing centralized. … So, VPC sharing gives me centralized control, … which is going to be really handy for larger organizations. … So, as mentioned, an EC2 instance running something … could be shared, … could be RDS database, … RDS being a relational database, … could be a Redshift cluster, … that's their data warehouse product. …
- 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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