Updates: AWS Networking
It didn’t make sense to update Amazon Web Services Networking webinar before the re:Invent conference – even though AWS introduced only a few networking features during the conference, at least one of them made a significant impact on the materials.
However, once the conference was over, I went over the to-do list that has been slowly accumulating for months and spent days updating over a dozen videos1. The major changes include:
- An overview of IPv6 support in AWS networking services
- IPv6-only VPC subnets and EC2 instances
- Multiple IPv6 CIDR blocks per VPC
- Multiple default gateway router IPv6 addresses
- Elastic Network Adapter (ENA) Express and SRD
- NAT64 in NAT Gateway and DNS64 in Route 53
- Intra-region peering of AWS Transit Gateways
- ALB and NLB minimum healthy targets
- Zonal ALB target groups
You’ll find more details in the New AWS Services and Features document (you’ll need at least the Free ipSpace.net Subscription to access it).
While rediscovering why I never wanted to be a Project Manager ;) ↩︎