Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) | AWS Tutorial For Beginners | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) | AWS Tutorial For Beginners | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

This Amazon VPC tutorial will give an overview of AWS VPC along with demo on how to create a custom VPC. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a commercial cloud computing service that provides users a virtual private cloud, by “provisioning a logically isolated section of Amazon Web Services (AWS) 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.

This AWS VPC Tutorial will explain the following topics:

-( 00:09 ) AWS VPC Introduction
-( 02:24 ) Amazon VPC Terminology
-( 02:45 ) Amazon VPC Definition
-( 03:06 ) Amazon VPC Diagram
-( 04:06 ) Default AWS VPC
-( 05:10 ) AWS Custom VPC
-( 05:32 ) Hardware VPN Access
-( 06:20 ) AWS VPC Peering
-( 07:36 ) AWS VPC Creation Demo
-( 13:10 ) AWS Elastic IP Address Demo
-( 15:54 ) AWS Subnet Tutorial
-( 19:55 ) AWS Networking Tutorial
-( 21:51 ) AWS Internet Gateway Creation
-( 23:26 ) AWS Route Table Tutorial
-( 33:27 ) Using Security Grops and Network ACLs in Amazon VPC
-( 33:44 ) AWS Security Gropus Tutorial
-( 48:00 ) AWS VPC Best Practices

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Project 1
Create a custom VPC with public and private subnets on two availability zones and launch instances into each subnet.

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Launch two web servers and configure a load balancer and auto scaling.

Project 3
Configure RD Gateway on a VPC with a public and private subnet.

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44 thoughts on “Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) | AWS Tutorial For Beginners | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

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  2. I need to delete the default VPCs but I am unable to do so. I have deleted default subnets by accident and to recreate those I need to delete the default VPC and create it again. But I am unable to delete the VPC and I checked there are no instances running. Is there any way I can check the dependencies of the default vpc and then delete those dependencies and then delete the VPC so I can create it and then create subnets?

  3. @SimpliLearn
    As you mentioned, a newly created Security group will have permissions to outbound internet. After creating DB security group, you changed the inbound rules to only accept web server requests. What about outbound requests ? Should DB servers need internet connection ? If yes, should they access internet directly or via Internet Gateway or vi NAT ?

  4. That was an amazing content, so much information in 55 minutes (31 minutes watching 1.75x) in a really cleary way. Thanks so much, this really helped me a lot.

  5. Nice and informative, please make videos in PURE ENGLISH there's fast flowing of words which can't able to understand.

  6. Awesome tutorial. I have a simple question — when spanning the subnets across different availability zones, don't we want multiple copies of the public-private subnet combo in different availability zones? For instance, in the video, it shows the public subnet on one availability zone, while the private in another. But if the availability zone with the public subnet fails, availability will still be affected because there isn't a public subnet in another availability zone. So should we create the same public subnet (along with corresponding private) in each availability zone instead of public in one availability zone and private in another?

  7. Very very good tutorial!!! I do notice you start subnets around 14:18 but have 15:54 which is when you start the subnet demo (not the discussion)

  8. In 24:00 you say it’s a good practice to leave main/default route table in its original state and create custom one for network traffic routes associated with VPC. Next in 32:40 you alter main/default route table adding route pointing to NAT gateway. Why not another custom route table?

  9. Was trying to study via VPC via my purchased course but within 10 min started banging my head and then with some search landed on this video. And whola! within one hour fully understood the concepts. Thank you so much for this knowledge

  10. Excellent, very clear explanation, demos at the end of each section helped to put things in perspective

  11. This absolutely the best one hour I spent in a while. Learned clearly of a very essential service of AWS. A big thanks!

  12. Great tutorial , only to be in the same page nowadays if you delete your default vpc in "x" region you can create another without contact aws support

  13. Thts really amazing .I am preparing for an interview .Please suggest there are more tutorials for devopps

  14. I must admit this is by far the simplest-to-understand tutorial on this topic! And to think it was released 4 years ago? SIMPLY ASTONISHING!

  15. Released 4 years ago, still the most easiest to digest VPC tutorial in the internet today. SIMPLI_AMAZING!

  16. Thank You !!! It is the best Amazon VPC tutorial i have seen. you Explained it, in a simple and easy mannar.. Thanks Again!!

  17. It's a realy good tutorial! I'v spend who;e week to find out how that fucking AWS is arranged inside! BIG THANKS to you, simplilearn!!!

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