Building a Modular and Scalable Virtual Network Architecture with Amazon VPC
VPC Quick Start

Building a Modular and Scalable Virtual Network Architecture with Amazon VPC: Quick Start Reference Deployment

Deployment Guide

Santiago Cardenas — Solutions Architect, AWS Quick Start Reference Team

July 2016  (last update: July 2017)

This Quick Start reference deployment guide includes architectural considerations and configuration steps for deploying a modular Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) environment on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. It also provides links for viewing and launching AWS CloudFormation templates that automate the deployment.

The guide is for IT infrastructure architects, DevOps engineers, and administrators who would like to build a flexible, modular AWS networking infrastructure as a baseline for their deployments.

The following links are for your convenience. Before you launch the Quick Start, please review the architecture, configuration, and other considerations discussed in this guide.

  • If you have an AWS account and you’re already familiar with AWS services, you can launch the Quick Start to build the architecture shown in Figure 1 in your AWS account. The deployment takes approximately 5 minutes. If you’re new to AWS, please follow the step-by-step instructions provided later in this guide.

     

    
            Amazon VPC Quick Start launch button

     

  • If you want to take a look under the covers, you can view the AWS CloudFormation template that automates the deployment. The template includes default settings that you can customize by following the instructions in this guide.

     

    
              Amazon VPC Quick Start view template button

About Quick Starts

Quick Starts are automated reference deployments for AWS Cloud infrastructure components and key enterprise workloads on the AWS Cloud. Each Quick Start launches, configures, and runs AWS compute, network, storage, and other services, using AWS best practices for security and availability.

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