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Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance

2020-05-26T08:52:01+00:00

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance 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 [...]

Increasing MTU for Your EC2 Instance2020-05-26T08:52:01+00:00

Amazon Cognito User Pools vs Identity Pools

2020-05-29T01:35:36+00:00

Amazon Cognito User Pools vs Identity Pools With the proliferation of smartphones in our connected world, more and more developers are quickly deploying their applications on the cloud. One of the first challenges in developing applications is allowing users to log in and authenticate on your applications. There are multiple stages involved in user verification and most of these are not visible from the end-user. AWS provides an easy solution for this situation. User Identity verification is at the core of Amazon Cognito. It provides solutions for three key areas of user identification:  Authentication – provides users sign-up and sign-in [...]

Amazon Cognito User Pools vs Identity Pools2020-05-29T01:35:36+00:00

AWS Transit Gateway

2020-05-15T06:18:06+00:00

AWS Transit Gateway 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. Features: Inter-region peering  Transit Gateway leverages the [...]

AWS Transit Gateway2020-05-15T06:18:06+00:00

Resolve Route 53 Private Hosted Zones from an On-premises Network

2020-05-26T08:50:39+00:00

Resolve Route 53 Private Hosted Zones from an On-premises Network Route 53 Private Hosted Zones Amazon Route 53 DNS service supports Public Hosted Zones and Private Hosted Zones. Private Hosted Zones are useful when you want to use your private domain and have Route 53 respond to queries on that domain from resources within your VPC.  For example, if you host a database on an EC2 instance on a private subnet, you can create a Route 53 record set (ex: privatedb.tutorialsdojo.com) for that database instance on your Private Hosted Zone to allow other EC2 instances to resolve the domain name. [...]

Resolve Route 53 Private Hosted Zones from an On-premises Network2020-05-26T08:50:39+00:00

BREAKING NEWS: You can now take ALL AWS Certification Exams At Home!

2020-05-14T12:58:34+00:00

BREAKING NEWS: You can now take ALL AWS Certification Exams At Home! The AWS Certification team is now offering extended support to IT Professionals who need additional time to reschedule their AWS exams. This is in response to recent wave of temporary testing center closures around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic. Everyone can now take all AWS Certification exams at the comfort of their home or office with Pearson Vue via online proctoring. Previously, you can only take the actual AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CCP) exam online but now, you can take all of the available AWS certifications [...]

BREAKING NEWS: You can now take ALL AWS Certification Exams At Home!2020-05-14T12:58:34+00:00

Top 5 AWS Study Tips for Busy Professionals

2020-05-14T13:00:08+00:00

Top 5 AWS Study Tips for Busy Professionals In this fast-paced world, there are a lot of things in our TO DO list that needs to be accomplished in such a short period of time. We wake up, prepare for work, rush to the office, attend our daily stand-up scrum meeting, do our Jira tickets for the current sprint, attend a yet-another-meeting at work, take care of the kids, pump iron, de-stress, socialize, hit the sack and repeat the process the next day. Where can we find the time to upgrade our skills or let alone, pass a tough AWS [...]

Top 5 AWS Study Tips for Busy Professionals2020-05-14T13:00:08+00:00

BLACK FRIDAY SALE! Get a Chance to WIN Any of our AWS Practice Tests for FREE

2019-11-25T11:12:29+00:00

BLACK FRIDAY SALE! Get a Chance to WIN Any of our AWS Practice Tests for FREE It's the biggest SALE of the year once again! And if rock bottom prices are not enough then we have something even more enticing for you. For five days only, if you get any 1 of our AWS practice test courses on Udemy using coupon code: TUTORIALSDOJO-2019 then you'll have a chance to be one of 30 lucky winners who will get any 1 of our other AWS practice tests for FREE!  Promo Mechanics: Promo Period: Nov 25, 2019 10PM AEDT to Nov 30, 2019 [...]

BLACK FRIDAY SALE! Get a Chance to WIN Any of our AWS Practice Tests for FREE2019-11-25T11:12:29+00:00

Our Thoughts on the Beta Exam for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (SAA-C02)

2019-11-24T11:15:35+00:00

Our Thoughts on the Beta Exam for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (SAA-C02) Mark your calendars! March 2020 is the expected standard exam availability of the new version for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (SAA-C02). I took the beta exam this November in order to take a peek on the new technologies and scenarios that Amazon will probably add to the new exam version which they will release early next year.   My Preparation As always, I read the official exam guide for the new AWS exam version. I noticed that there are only 4 domains in the new version, compared with [...]

Our Thoughts on the Beta Exam for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (SAA-C02)2019-11-24T11:15:35+00:00

IP Blocking: Use AWS WAF or NACL?

2020-05-14T13:06:45+00:00

IP Blocking: Use AWS WAF or NACL? What should you do if you identified a series of malicious attacks on your application coming from a specific IP address? Will you use AWS WAF to block that IP address or create a rule in your Network Access Control List to deny traffic from that IP? It is true that AWS WAF can filter web requests based on IP addresses, HTTP headers, HTTP body, or URI strings, to block common attack patterns, such as SQL injection or cross-site scripting. NACL, on the other hand, acts like a firewall for controlling traffic in [...]

IP Blocking: Use AWS WAF or NACL?2020-05-14T13:06:45+00:00
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