I look at some of the features and I asked myself: are they really so new? I happen to know CloudSigma IaaS cloud in more details, but other public cloud providers can make similar claims
- A new VPC Wizard to streamline the setup process for a new VPC.
- Full control of network topology including subnets and routing.
- Access controls at the subnet and instance level, including rules for outbound traffic.
This is a surprise. Do you mean AWS did not have the above, until this week announcement? Of Course CloudSigma has it
- Internet access via an Internet Gateway.
- Elastic IP Addresses for EC2 instances within a VPC.
- Support for Network Address Translation (NAT).
- Option to create a VPC that does not have a VPC connection.
At the end, I see a couple of questions from readers. What about IPv6 support? I just learned that Amazon EC2 instances do not support IPv6? I can not believe it. I thought we push an AWS button, and voila!. Maybe we should for ask Harry Potter