Friday, 18 May 2018

AWS CodeBuild now adds support for VPC endpoints

Amazon users will now be able to access AWS CodeBuild from their Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) by using VPC endpoints. A large number of AWS customers prefer to run their applications within a VPC, mainly to bring security and privacy to their content. Earlier, users could connect to CodeBuild from their VPC by using an internet gateway or a VPN connection, Now via VPC endpoints; AWS users do not need public IP addresses and also the traffic between the VPC and Codebuild will not leave the AWS network. Get started by selecting “AWS CodeBuild” in the Amazon VPC console and learn more on using VPC endpoints with CoduBuild by referring to its documentation.

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