Monday, 11 March 2019

Now VPC Endpoints Supported By AWS CodeCommit

Now, accessing AWS CodeCommit can be possible from your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) with the help of VPC endpoints. Due to security or isolation reasons, numerous AWS customers execute their applications inside a VPC. Formerly, you could join to CodeCommit from your VPC with an internet gateway or VPN connection. No public IP addresses are needed and traffic between the VPC and CodeCommit does not vacate the Amazon network with VPC endpoints. Besides, you can design a policy for VPC endpoints in which you can clarify the principal that can executes tasks, the tasks which can be executed, and the resources that can have tasks executed on them. To begin, opt AWS CodeCommit in the Amazon VPC console. To know detail on VPC endpoints with CodeCommit, refer documentation. To get complete list of AWS regions where AWS CodeCommit is accessible, click AWS global region table

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