AWS Wavelength - Overview of Deployment Options on AWS

AWS Wavelength

AWS Wavelength is an AWS infrastructure that allows you to deploy workloads closer to 5G-connected users and devices. You can use Wavelength to deploy Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon EKS clusters, and a suite of supported partner solutions available on the AWS Marketplace. Wavelength Zones are logically isolated data centers within telecommunication providers’ networks that are connected back to the AWS Region through redundant, low latency, and high-throughput connectivity.

Some of the key features of Wavelength include the ability to create Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon EBS volumes, and Amazon VPC subnets and carrier gateways in Wavelength Zones. You can also use services that orchestrate or work with Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, and Amazon VPC such as Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling, Amazon EKS clusters, Amazon ECS clusters, Amazon EC2 Systems Manager, Amazon CloudWatch, AWS CloudTrail, AWS CloudFormation, and Application Load Balancer. Wavelength services are part of a VPC connected over a reliable, high-bandwidth connection to an AWS Region for easy access to services including Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).