Difference between AWS Site-to-Site VPN and AWS VPC peering

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Feb 15 in AWS by Rahul
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AWS Site to Site enables access to your remote network from your VPC. It connects your VPC to the data center. On the other hand VPC peering is a network connection between two VPC's . Using this you can connect your VPC's , VPC's in other accounts and regions as well.
answered Feb 15 by anonymous

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