Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a private and secure cloud computing environment that provides a logical separation of resources within a public cloud infrastructure. It allows organizations to create isolated virtual networks within a shared public cloud infrastructure, providing a high degree of control and customization over the network configuration and security settings.

In a VPC, an organization can define and control its own virtual network topology, including IP address ranges, subnets, and routing tables. This enables them to create and manage multiple virtual machines, containers, and other resources in a secure and isolated manner, as well as control network traffic and access to resources.

Overall, a VPC offers a more secure and customizable way for organizations to leverage the benefits of cloud computing while maintaining control over their network infrastructure and data security.