What should be done to meet these requirements?

Last Updated on September 12, 2021 by Admin

A company has a hybrid IT architecture with two AWS Direct Connect connections to provide high availability. The services hosted on-premises are accessible using public IPs, and are also on the 172.16.0.0/16 range. The AWS resources are on the 192.168.0.0/18 range. The company wants to use Amazon Elastic Load Balancing for SSL offloading, health checks, and sticky sessions.

What should be done to meet these requirements?

  • Create a Network Load Balancer pointing to the on-premises server’s private IP address.
  • Create an Amazon CloudFront distribution for the on-premises service and use the public IPs of the on-premises servers as the origin.
  • Create a Network Load Balancer pointing to the on-premises server’s public IP address.
  • Create an Application Load Balancer pointing to the on-premises server’s private IP address.
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