AWS – Amazon VPC

Amazon VPC can be used with these following AWS services:


2.Auto Scaling

3.AWS OpsWorks

4.Amazon RDS

5.Amazon Route 53

6.Amazon WorkSpaces

7.Amazon Redshift

AWS configuration

AWS Config provides a detailed view of the configuration of AWS resources in AWS account.

This includes how the resources are related to one another and how they were configured in the past.

With AWS Config, user can config the following

  • Evaluate the AWS resource configurations for desired settings.
  • Get a snapshot of the current configurations of the supported resources that are associated with your AWS account.
  • Retrieve configurations of one or more resources that exist in your account.
  • Retrieve historical configurations of one or more resources.
  • Receive a notification whenever a resource is created, modified, or deleted.
  • View relationships between resources. For example, you might want to find all resources that use a particular security group.

Accessing Amazon VPC

Amazon VPC provides a web-based user interface, the Amazon VPC console.

1.Signed up for an AWS account

2.Then access the Amazon VPC console by signing into the AWS Management Console. VPC from the console home page.

AWS Command Line Interface (CLI)

Amazon VPC can be accessed using AWS CLI.

Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products and is supported on Windows, Mac, and Linux/UNIX.

AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell

Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products for those who script in the PowerShell environment.

Accessing Amazon VPC

To build applications using language-specific APIs , AWS provides libraries, sample code, tutorials, and other resources for software developers.

These libraries provide basic functions that automatically take care of tasks such as cryptographically signing your requests, retrying requests, and handling error responses etc.

Amazon VPC Limits

There are limits to the number of Amazon VPC components that can be provisioned.

To increase a limit that applies per resource, increase the limit for all resources in the region.

For example: the limit for security groups per VPC applies to all VPCs in the region.



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