Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, April 26, 2024

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Every day, people visit Reddit and Stack Overflow seeking expert advice about cloud networking and security. We search through those posts and gather a list of discussions and questions that you – the experts – might find interesting or solvable. Some are career guidance, which is where your experience and advice matters. 


If you’re new to Reddit or Stack Overflow, some tips are below. And if you do respond to any of these threads, share the link to your responses back to this post so others in the community can follow you!


Below are the most recent inquiries.



Apr 26 How to reduce the AWS costs?

Apr 26 Realistic to expect engineers/architects to know/certify in Azure, AWS and on prem?

Apr 26 Cloud security. From Azure fundamentals to security architect. (career question)

Apr 26 Azure VPN Gateway SKU

Apr 26 Azure Firewall - Traffic allowed which shouldn't be?

Apr 26 CSAT tools VM

Apr 26 Thoughts on Palo Alto?

Apr 25 17 hour downtime - 'AWS Account on Hold: Response Required'

Apr 24 What are some skills that could not hurt to obtain?

Apr 24 What are your favorite interview questions to ask?

Apr 24 Networking Conferences

Apr 24 Exclude ELB from going through NAT Gateway?

Apr 24 Navigating AWS Security: Best Practices

Apr 24 It seems our company’s strategy is to shift from On-Prem to GCP over the next couple of years. Please tell me the little things you wish you had known earlier.

Apr 24 firewall and vlans


Stack Overflow 

Apr 26 Apache2 web page not loading from outside network/internet

Apr 26 Block a subnet but some ips with Windows Firewall?

Apr 24 problems connecting to the ec2 instance deployed in the custom vpc

Apr 24 Azure Open AI ingestion job API is not working the secure network




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