AWS Tutorial For Beginners – 4 | AWS VPC Tutorial | AWS Services | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

AWS Tutorial For Beginners – 4 | AWS VPC Tutorial | AWS Services | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

This AWS Tutorial will help you in understanding AWS VPC ( AWS Virtual Private Cloud ) and various features that Amazon VPC has got to offer to all the AWS users. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a commercial cloud computing service that provides users a virtual private cloud. Enterprise customers are able to access the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) over an IPsec based virtual private network. Unlike traditional EC2 instances which are allocated internal and external IP numbers by Amazon, the customer can assign IP numbers of their choosing from one or more subnets. By giving the user the option of selecting which AWS resources are public facing and which are not, VPC provides much more granular control over security.

Below topics are covered in this AWS Tutorial

-( 03:21 ) AWS VPC Overview
-( 03:45 ) AWS VPC Definition
-( 07:02 ) AWS VPC Diagram
-( 13:20 ) Default Amazon VPC
-( 22:08 ) AWS Custom VPC
-( 24:04 ) Hardware VPN Access
-( 30:18 ) VPC Peering
-( 31:46 ) Default VPC Deletion
-( 33:17 ) AWS VPC Creation Demo
-( 38:59 ) Using IP Address in AWS VPC
-( 42:29 ) Elastic IP Address
-( 51:23 ) How to Create an elastic IP Address
-( 57:00 ) AWS VPC Subnets
-( 57:14 ) What is a Subnet?
-( 1:01:44 ) How to Create a Public and Private Subnet
-( 1:07:44 ) What is a Internet Gateway?
-( 1:13:25 ) How to Create an Internet Gateway?
-( 1:15:20 ) AWS VPC Route Tables
-( 1:36:48 ) How to Create a NAT Gateway?
-( 2:15:07 ) AWS VPC Best Practices

What is Amazon VPC?: Amazon’s definition of a VPC ” Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) ” enables you to launch Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources into a virtual network that you’ve defined. This virtual network closely resembles a traditional network that you would operate in your own data center, with the benefits of using the scalable infrastructure of AWS”.

What is a Private IP address?: Private IP address is not reachable over the internet. It is used for communication between instances in the same network.
What is a Public IP address?: A F2Public IP Address is reachable from the internet. You can use public IP addresses for communication between your instances and the internet.

What is Elastic IP Address?: Elastic Ip address is a static/public persistent public address that persists after an instance restarts.

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