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Updated on 2023-08-18 GMT+08:00

VPC Endpoint Overview

VPC endpoints are secure and private channels for connecting VPCs to VPC endpoint services.

You can buy a VPC endpoint to connect a resource in your VPC to a VPC endpoint service in another VPC of the same region.

This section describes how to buy and manage a VPC endpoint.

Table 1 Management of VPC endpoints




Buying a VPC Endpoint

Describes how to buy a VPC endpoint.

  • VPC endpoints are region-level resources. Select a region and project when you buy such a VPC endpoint.
  • Each tenant can buy a maximum of 50 VPC endpoints.
  • When you buy a VPC endpoint, ensure that the associated VPC endpoint service exists and is in the same region as the VPC endpoint.
  • VPC endpoints are billed based on the subscription duration.

Querying and Accessing a VPC Endpoint

Describes how to query the summary of a VPC endpoint.

A VPC endpoint supports a maximum of 3,000 concurrent requests.

Deleting a VPC Endpoint

Describes how to delete a VPC endpoint.

Deleted VPC endpoints cannot be recovered. Exercise caution when performing this operation.

Configuring Access Control for a VPC Endpoint

Describes how to enable access control for a VPC endpoint and configure a whitelist of IP addresses or CIDR blocks that are allowed to access the VPC endpoint.

  • Access Control is only available for VPC endpoints for connecting to interface VPC endpoint services.
  • If Access Control is disabled, any IP address can access the VPC endpoint.
  • A maximum of 20 whitelist records can be added.

Managing Tags of a VPC Endpoint

Describes how to query, add, edit, and delete VPC endpoint tags.

You can add up to 10 tags to each VPC endpoint.