Networks and DuploCloud infrastructures

Network configuration and how it maps to infrastructures in DuploCloud
Networking is a foundational piece of the DevOps lifecycle and the first thing you must configure when using DuploCloud. Key networking concepts include:
  • Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • Subnets
  • Region
  • Availability zones (AZs)
  • Network Address Translation (NAT) gateway
  • Routing
In DuploCloud, an Infrastructure maps one-to-one to a VPC in a specified region. It also maps to an Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) or Elastic Container Service (ECS) cluster that you use for container orchestration.
When creating an Infrastructure, you specify the number of availability zones, the region, VPC Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR), and a subnet mask. DuploCloud creates two subnets in each availability zone, one private and one public, and sets up routes and a NAT gateway.
Add Infrastructure form
See the Infrastructure topic for detailed steps about how to create an Infrastructure in the DuploCloud Portal.
Up to one instance (0 or 1) of an EKS or ECS is supported for each DuploCloud Infrastructure.
Once the Infrastructure is created, a Plan (with the same Infrastructure name) is automatically created and populated with the Infrastructure configuration. The Plan is used to create Tenants.
DuploCloud Plan Details