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Amazon VPC April 2020 Update

Released on April 8th, 2020

VPC Input and Output Support now Available with AWS Elemental MediaConnect

Support for transporting live video over a VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) is now available with AWS Elemental MediaConnect. You can simplify hybrid cloud-based transport workflows by sending video to and from MediaConnect using a VPC. The new VPC feature is also compatible with AWS Direct Connect infrastructure configured with private virtual interfaces (VIF), supporting the ingest and egress of content via private networking. To learn more, please visit the documentation pages.

AWS Elemental MediaConnect is a reliable, secure, and flexible transport service for live video that enables broadcasters and content owners to build live video workflows and securely share live content with partners and customers. MediaConnect helps customers who run 24x7 TV channels or stream live events transport high-value live video streams into, through, and out of the AWS Cloud in a fraction of the time and cost of satellite or fiber services. MediaConnect can function as a standalone service or within a larger video workflow that includes other AWS services, including AWS Elemental Media Services.

Visit the AWS Region Table for a full list of AWS Regions where MediaConnect is available. To learn more about MediaConnect, please visit here.  

Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring now Available in AWS Middle East (Bahrain) Region

Starting today, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Traffic Mirroring is available in AWS Middle East (Bahrain) region. Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring allows customers to replicate the network traffic from an EC2 instance within their VPC and forward that traffic to security and monitoring appliances for use cases such as content inspection, threat monitoring, and troubleshooting. 

With this launch, Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring is now available in 20 AWS regions. You can learn more about this feature by reading our documentation.

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