Architecting, Configuring, and Managing your VPCs in AWS Introduction

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This lesson introduces the AWS Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) course, designed to help you learn about architecting, configuring, and managing your VPCs. 

During this course, you will cover:

  • How to confidently architect a VPC across multiple availability zones within a Region using different networking components
  • How to secure your VPCs, helping you to protect your resources within them
  • Which method of connectivity to your VPCs would be best in different scenarios
  • Static and dynamic routing in AWS, including BGP's role in routing in AWS
  • The different networking features, including Elastic IP Addresses, Elastic Network Interfaces, and Elastic Network Adapters
  • How to use VPC Endpoints to secure connectivity
  • How the AWS Global Accelerator plays a part in performance
  • The benefits and capabilities and sharing of VPC resources using Resource Access Manager
  • How to create and analyze a connection using the VPC reachability Analyzer
  • IPv4, IPv6, and how to configure them to be supported by Amazon VPCs and EC2 Instances
  • What an AWS Network Firewall is and other VPC security features
  • How to centrally manage all AWS Network Firewalls using AWS Firewall Manager
  • AWS PrivateLink, as well as its typical use cases
  • How to create your own large network topology that uses AWS Transit Gateway to connect multiple VPCs
  • Inter-regional and intra-regional communication patterns

 

 

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