AWS VPC: Virtual Private Cloud

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a networking service, where you can create a private virtual network within the AWS cloud infrastructure, isolated from the rest of AWS. You can think of VPC as a big box on the cloud where you can place all of your AWS services, which is also completely isolated from … Continue reading AWS VPC: Virtual Private Cloud

AWS Route 53: Cloud DNS

Amazon Route 53 is a highly scalable Domain Name System (DNS). It translates domain names like awsnewbies.com into an IP address so your computer can access the website (another computer).  Without a Domain Name System, you have to remember IP addresses in order to access websites instead of being able to type in a URL. … Continue reading AWS Route 53: Cloud DNS

AWS CloudFront: Secure Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Amazon CloudFront is a global Content Delivery Network (CDN) service. CDN is a system of distributed servers that delivers website content to end users based on location of the user, origin of the webpage, and location of the content delivery server. Its main purpose is to make loading websites for end users faster using Edge … Continue reading AWS CloudFront: Secure Content Delivery Network (CDN)