Hướng dẫn cách tạo AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

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Posted on Mon, 01/25/2021 - 04:59

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AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) Tutorial How-To for Amazon Web Services EC2 instances. (see shortcuts below to key points) Adam Culp of Beachcasts php programming videos shares how to prevent DDoS attacks using AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) as an Application Load Balancer, and include some Web ACL policies to protect from denial of service attacks.

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Key Topics:

- How to use AWS Route53

- How to use AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) or AWS Application Load Balancer

- How to use AWS Certificate Manager

- How to use AWS WAF (Web Application Firewall)

- How to use AWS Web ACL


01:03 Examine AWS Route53 DNS service

02:01 Creating a new Security Group

03:45 Examine imported TLS certificates in AWS Certificate Manager

05:32 Create an AWS Elastic Load Balancer (AWS ELB)

10:08 Add additional Target Group to be used by AWS Load Balancer

11:14 Specify a Target for use within a Target Group

11:45 Edit AWS Load Balancer Listener to use a new Target Group

12:36 Update Load Balancer Security Group to alias an open permission group

13:24 Update EC2 Instance Security Group to use Load Balancer Security Group

14:04 Update AWS Route53 DNS to be aliased to the Load Balancer DNS Name instead of directly to a server IP address

16:15 Navigate to AWS WAF & Shield

17:00 Create String and RegEx matching conditions

17:58 Define AWS WAF Rule to utilize matching conditions

18:40 Create an AWS Web ACL to use AWS WAF Rules