What Is VPC Endpoint?
The VPC Endpoint (VPCEP) service provides secure and private channels to connect your VPC to VPC endpoint services (cloud services on the current platform or your private services), providing flexible networking without having to use EIPs.
VPCEP provides two types of resources: VPC endpoint services and VPC endpoints. For details, see Application Scenarios.
VPC Endpoint Services
- A gateway VPC endpoint service is a cloud service that is configured by operations people and supported by VPCEP.
- Interface VPC endpoint services include cloud services configured by operations people and private services configured by users.
Cloud services are services on the current platform that are configured as VPC endpoint services. Cloud services are configured by default. You have no permissions to configure cloud services, but you can select the target cloud service by region when buying a VPC endpoint.
Currently, VPCEP supports com.myhuaweicloud.cn-east-3.dns and com.myhuaweicloud.cn-east-3.obs for CN East-Shanghai1.
Users' private services refer to VPC endpoint services that are configured from users' service resources by users themselves. The resources include enhanced load balancers and ECSs.
- An interface VPC endpoint is an elastic network interface with a private IP address that serves as an entry point for traffic destined to a VPC endpoint service.
- A gateway VPC endpoint is a gateway that is a target for a specified route, used for traffic directed to a VPC endpoint service.
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