Using Linode VLAN as a VPC Isolate and Protect Your Infrastructure
In a VPC, servers are walled off from other public cloud resources and typically confined to their own collection or set of subnets. Another way to achieve this confinement is with a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN). In this video, we’ll explain VLANs, VPCs, and show you how to use them.
0:25 What is a Virtual Private Cloud?
1:41 How to Configure a VPC on Linode
3:31 What Are Some Benefits of a VPC?
4:15 Important Thoughts about VPCs
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