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Amazon Web Services: Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application by Rob Linton

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Chapter 5. Amazon's Approach to Networking

In this chapter, we will cover Elastic IPs, Elastic Load Balancing, Virtual Private Clouds, and CloudFront. We'll step through the architecture, setup, and configuration details that are relevant to the enterprise.

Once we have looked at how AWS does networking, we will configure our sample application to use Amazon's approach.

An overview of AWS networking

For those of you who are familiar with general networking principles, AWS will be a substantially different beast from what you are used to. Within an enterprise you will be familiar with IP subnets and routing between those subnets. Perhaps each floor of your office has a different subnet, or perhaps each switch in your data center has its own Virtual ...

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