This course will teach you how to secure VPCs that can easily scale to accommodate workloads and connectivity. You'll also learn how to design and implement multi-VPC topologies, build peering connections, network address translation, and much more.
Is your existing VPC configuration holding you back? In this course, AWS Networking Deep Dive: Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), you'll learn the inner-workings of VPC components and how they differ from their traditional network analogs. First, you'll discover how to create multi-VPC topologies and build secure connectivity between them. Next, you'll explore how to create and use a transit VPC to enable scalable connectivity between multiple VPCs and on-premises networks. Finally, you'll learn how restrict IPv4 and IPv6 internet access. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge to create secure and scalable VPC designs.
Ben Piper is an IT consultant and author of the "AWS Certified Solutions Architect Study Guide: Associate SAA-C01 Exam", "AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Study Guide: CLF-C01 Exam", and "Learn Cisco Network Administration in a Month of Lunches". You can contact Ben by visiting his website, benpiper.com.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Ben Piper, and welcome to my course, AWS Networking Deep Dive: Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). I'm an IT consultant and author. Amazon AWS is the world's most popular public cloud provider. As organizations move more of their workloads to AWS, it becomes more important for them to design their VPCs to adapt to ever-changing security and connectivity requirements. In this course, you'll learn the inner workings of VPC components. You'll understand at a fundamental level why VPCs work the way they do. Also, you'll learn the differences between traditional networks and VPCs, which can help you make better decisions about moving on-premises workloads to the cloud. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include separating public and private VPCs, connections VPCs together using VPC peering connections, Network Address Translation, NAT, connecting on-premises and cloud resources using transit VPCs, and connecting remote offices together using CloudHub. By the end of this course, you'll have the tools to create your own secure VPCs that can easily scale to accommodate increased workloads and connectivity. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with basic AWS concepts. I hope you'll join me on this VPC deep dive with the course, AWS Networking Deep Dive: Virtual Private Cloud, only here at Pluralsight.