Amazon Virtual Private Cloud ( Amazon VPC)

 Amazon VPC is the networking layer for Amazon Elastic Compute  Cloud ( Amazon EC2 ), and its allows you to build your own virtual network within AWS.
we can control various aspects of amazon VPC, including like :
  • – selecting your own IP address range
  • – creating your own subnets
  • – configuring own route tables
  • – network gateways
  • – security settings
  • – Within a region, we can create multiple amazon VPC’s, and each Amazon  VPC is logically isolated even if it shares its IP address space.
– The Amazon VPC service was released after the Amazon EC2 service; because of this, there are two different networking platforms available within AWS: EC2 classic and EC2-VPC.
– Amazon EC2 originally launched with a single, flat network shared with other AWS customers called EC2-classic.
An Amazon VPC consists of the following components:
– Subnets
– Route Tables
– Dynamic  Host Configuration Protocol ( DHCP ) option sets
– Security Groups
– Network Access Control Lists ( ACL’s )
An Amazon VPC has the following  optional components:
– Internet Gateways ( IGW’s )
– Elastic IP ( EIP ) addresses
– Elastic Network Interfaces ( ENI’s )
– Endpoints
– Peering
– Network Address Translation ( NAT’s ) instance and NAT gateways.
– Virtual Private Gateway (VPG), Customer Gateways ( CGWs), and Virtual Private Network (VPNs).

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