Streamline Your Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure with AWS Integration

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Amazon Route53 is a highly scalable Domain Name System (DNS) web service that provides reliable and cost-effective DNS management for your domain names. It allows you to manage the DNS records, routing policies through an intuitive web interface or API. With AWS and TCPWave integration, maximize performance and reliability, streamlining your cloud infrastructure and DNS management for a secure experience. Additionally, the changes are synchronized automatically in Route53.

Enhanced Security and Reliability

  • Advanced threat intelligence and security features from Route53 to protect your domain names and DNS records from potential attacks and vulnerabilities.

Scalability and Flexibility

  • Ensures that the network infrastructure easily accommodates changing needs and demands to meet your business's growth and success.

Improved Efficiency

  • Experience unparalleled efficiency with TCPWave IPAM's user-friendly web interface and API, enabling seamless DNS management and optimizing your workflow for strategic business growth.

Superior Performance and Cost Savings

  • Improves performance and delivers cost savings. By leveraging the power of AWS, you can reduce operational expenses and optimize your network infrastructure's performance.
AWS Configuration with TCPWave IPAM

The changes performed in the TCPWave IPAM are automatically replicated in the AWS console by setting up the AWS Cloud Integration within TCPWave IPAM with various configuration parameters such as provider type - AWS, account number, region, account ID and secret key. The created cloud provider is associated with a zone using the zone template.

AWS Instance Provisioning Template

The AWS Instance Provisioning Template in TCPwave's IPAM allows users to effortlessly create, manage, and deploy Amazon Web Services (AWS) instances directly from the IPAM interface while associating them with specific objects. The object type must be an AWS Instance. This streamlined process enhances productivity and minimizes the risk of errors in your cloud infrastructure management. Moreover, a single template can be employed to launch multiple AWS Instances.

AWS Resource-To-Role Mapping

DNS TCPWave streamlines role-based authentication across AWS accounts, enabling one account to manage Route53 for multiple accounts without manual switching. An IAM role with a defined policy is created in AWS and assigned to an EC2 instance with TCPWave IPAM AMI. In IPAM, an AWS cloud provider is created using temporary credentials from the assigned role. Zone-to-account mapping details are imported to inform the cloud provider of the managing account and role for each zone. The cloud provider connects to Route53, adds, updates, or deletes zones as required, and maintains synchronization between external and internal DNS data.

AWS Lambda, CloudFormation, and CloudTrail

Combining AWS Lambda, CloudFormation, and CloudTrail - TCPWave appliances run within an AWS VPC to alter VM provisioning using northbound API calls into the AWS environment. This approach brings the full DNS and IP address management automation even when using the native AWS provisioning tools. TCPWave remote appliance automatically creates AWS EC2 instances and DNS records that can be later scheduled to discover and populate the central management appliance. This procedure allows on-call provisioning for various AWS items and offerings. In addition, it also allows to customize the naming and addressing schemes at the cost of a few extra attempts in scripting and customization.


Elevate your business efficiency and data management with TCPWave's AWS Integration, powered by DynamoDB. Our solution smartly automates object management via EC2 instance server operations, while innovatively creating a CSV file for data transfer, bypassing direct IPAM updates. This secure and seamless process ensures robust data handling and control. DynamoDB, our powerhouse NoSQL database service, effortlessly handles diverse request traffic and infinite data volumes, guaranteeing high-speed, uninterrupted service. By choosing TCPWave's AWS Integration, you embrace superior operational enhancement, advanced data management, and unrivaled performance. Make the leap to high-performance data management tailored for the dynamic demands of today's businesses with TCPWave.

AWS Security Groups

Route53 integration with TCPWave also provides additional benefits, such as improved security and availability. Other advanced DNS security features, such as DNS Firewall and DNS Anomaly Detection, helps you protect your domain from DNS-based attacks. By integrating TCPWave with Route53, you can take advantage of these security features while still benefiting from Route53's scalability and reliability.

AWS Plus 2 resolver

Configuring Route 53 Plus 2 Resolver allows for streamlined management of DNS queries originating from various Amazon EC2 instances across multiple VPCs, enhancing the efficiency and reliability of network communication. It allows IP selection from the VPC's range and setting up multiple outbound endpoints per region, promoting scalability and adaptability. AWS Direct Connect, VPN, or NAT gateway ensure secure, private connections, mitigating data exposure risks. Establishing rules to direct queries to specific DNS resolvers provides enhanced network traffic control, improving performance and reducing latency. This comprehensive setup fosters a secure, efficient network vital for business continuity and competitive edge.


Route53 integration with TCPWave offers an enterprise-grade solution and provides a powerful, flexible DNS management that helps organizations of all sizes manage their DNS records more efficiently. This integration addresses the challenges faced by enterprises in a hybrid cloud environment, such as limited DNS capabilities, inadequate IP address management, and DNS security risks. Additionally, it provides enhanced visibility, consistent management, and security across the entire enterprise.