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ELB Health Checks vs Route 53 Health Checks For Target Health Monitoring

2021-05-17T11:54:57+00:00

We all know that health checks are a very useful tool for making sure that AWS services such as AWS ELB and Amazon Route 53 know the state of their targets before forwarding traffic to them. In this section, we will take a look at ELB health checks and Route 53 health checks, and compare them with one another.

ELB Health Checks vs Route 53 Health Checks For Target Health Monitoring2021-05-17T11:54:57+00:00

Interface Endpoint vs Gateway Endpoint vs Gateway Load Balancer Endpoint

2021-08-31T08:24:23+00:00

Interface Endpoint Gateway Endpoint Gateway Load Balancer Endpoint An elastic network interface with a private IP address that serves as an entry point for traffic destined to a supported AWS service, endpoint service, or AWS Marketplace service. For each interface endpoint, you can choose only one subnet per Availability Zone. Endpoints are regional, which means they are only usable within the same region they are created in. Since interface endpoints use ENIs, they also use security groups to control traffic. Can be accessed through AWS VPN connections or AWS Direct Connect connections, through intra-region VPC peering connections from Nitro instances, [...]

Interface Endpoint vs Gateway Endpoint vs Gateway Load Balancer Endpoint2021-08-31T08:24:23+00:00

Setting up AWS Systems Manager for Hybrid Environments

2021-05-04T08:41:48+00:00

AWS Systems Manager allows your organization to monitor and control their infrastructure on AWS and on-premises environments. Systems Manager provides a unified interface to which you can monitor thousands of servers and services of AWS. Essentially, Systems Manager simplifies resource and application management, shortens the time to detect and resolve operational problems, and makes it easy to operate and manage your infrastructure securely at scale. The following are the capabilities of AWS Systems Manager for your Hybrid Environment: Centrally define the configuration options and policies for your managed instances. Automate or schedule a variety of maintenance and deployment tasks. Use [...]

Setting up AWS Systems Manager for Hybrid Environments2021-05-04T08:41:48+00:00

Logging Using awslogs Log Driver in Amazon ECS

2021-05-04T09:25:50+00:00

Monitoring and logging can be as important as developing and deploying applications. Imagine managing an enterprise-level distributed application that runs on hundreds of containers. You must place your containers cleverly on instances to achieve a certain level of resilience and performance. On top of that, you would want to have visibility into CPU and memory usage so you’ll have an idea which task/tasks are resource-hungry at a given time. You may also want to check the disk space of your instance and see if you still have enough storage for your application. Fortunately, monitoring distributed applications hosted in AWS has [...]

Logging Using awslogs Log Driver in Amazon ECS2021-05-04T09:25:50+00:00

AWS DataSync vs Storage Gateway

2021-08-12T02:41:25+00:00

Learn more about the use cases and differences between AWS Data Sync and Storage Gateway in this comparison table:   DataSync Storage Gateway Description AWS DataSync is an online data transfer service that simplifies, automates, and accelerates the process of copying large amounts of data to and from AWS storage services over the Internet or over AWS Direct Connect. AWS Storage Gateway is a hybrid cloud storage service that gives you on-premises access to virtually unlimited cloud storage by linking it to S3. Storage Gateway provides 3 types of storage interfaces for your on-premises applications: file, volume, and tape. How [...]

AWS DataSync vs Storage Gateway2021-08-12T02:41:25+00:00

Amazon Neptune

2021-06-16T02:12:11+00:00

Bookmarks How it Works Common Use Cases Performance Reliability Backup And Restore Security Pricing Monitoring Limitations Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service used for building applications that work with highly connected datasets. Optimized for storing billions of relationships between pieces of information. Provide milliseconds latency when querying the graph. Neptune supports graph query languages like Apache TinkerPop Gremlin and W3C's SPARQL. How it works Common Use Cases Social Networking Amazon Neptune can easily process user’s interactions like comments, follows, and likes in a social network [...]

Amazon Neptune2021-06-16T02:12:11+00:00

AWS Service Catalog

2022-07-31T14:43:22+00:00

Bookmarks Features Concepts Security Pricing Allows you to create, manage, and distribute catalogs of approved products to end-users, who can then access the products they need in a personalized portal.  Administrators can control which users have access to each product to enforce compliance with organizational business policies. Administrators can also set up adopted roles so that end users only require IAM access to AWS Service Catalog in order to deploy approved resources. This is a regional service. Features Standardization of assets Self-service discovery and launch Fine-grain access control Extensibility and version control Concepts [...]

AWS Service Catalog2022-07-31T14:43:22+00:00

AWS Global Accelerator vs Amazon CloudFront

2021-05-03T13:33:57+00:00

In this day and age, your site speed performance is an important factor when it comes to user experience. It is widely recommended for websites to have an average load time of 3 seconds as users tend to abandon the site if a page takes longer than 3 seconds to load. According to Amazon, just 100 milliseconds of extra load time cost them 1% in sales. Indeed, every second counts in our fast-paced digital world. Amazon Web Services has always been the global leader in Cloud Computing with its speed, performance, and reliability. With its breadth of services, AWS gives [...]

AWS Global Accelerator vs Amazon CloudFront2021-05-03T13:33:57+00:00

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance

2021-05-03T13:34:43+00:00

What is MTU? MTU (maximum transmission unit) is the maximum size of one packet of data that can be transferred in a network. The default MTU size for Ethernet devices is 1500 bytes. This packet size contains the actual payload data as well as network overhead information needed for communication within the network. All AWS EC2 instances support the default MTU size. But many current instance sizes support 9001 MTU, also referred to as jumbo frames. Enabling jumbo frames for supported EC2 instances can be beneficial because it improves network efficiency by allowing your instance to send fewer packets with [...]

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance2021-05-03T13:34:43+00:00

AWS Transit Gateway

2022-07-18T08:56:07+00:00

Bookmarks Features Validate Your Knowledge A networking service that uses a hub and spoke model to enable customers to connect their on-premises data centers and their Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) to a single gateway. With this service, customers only have to create and manage a single connection from the central gateway into each on-premises data center, remote office, or VPC across your network. If a new VPC is created, it is automatically connected to the Transit Gateway and will also be available to every other network that is also connected to the Transit Gateway. [...]

AWS Transit Gateway2022-07-18T08:56:07+00:00

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