William Hill: High-performance DDOS Protection with AWS



William Hill have built a high-performance DDOS and Edge Protection platform using AWS Services – (CloudFront, Shield Advanced, WAF, R5 Instances, Lambda and DynamoDB and Streams). The solution has been effective in mitigating a 177 GBPS DDOS attack and 48 million attempted exploits (so far in 2019) from across 121,000 IPs and 196 countries. In addition, their build successfully blocked 63 million requests from 180,000 IPs from 202 countries – all trying to scrape pricing and event data, which is successful is highly detrimental to the business and customer experience.

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Mourad ELGORMA

Mourad ELGORMA

Fondateur de summarynetworks, passionné des nouvelles technologies et des métiers de Réseautique , Master en réseaux et système de télécommunications. ,j’ai affaire à Pascal, Delphi, Java, MATLAB, php …Connaissance du protocole TCP / IP, des applications Ethernet, des WLAN …Planification, installation et dépannage de problèmes de réseau informatique……Installez, configurez et dépannez les périphériques Cisco IOS. Surveillez les performances du réseau et isolez les défaillances du réseau. VLANs, protocoles de routage (RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF.)…..Manipuler des systèmes embarqués (matériel et logiciel ex: Beaglebone Black)…Linux (Ubuntu, kali, serveur Mandriva Fedora, …). Microsoft (Windows, Windows Server 2003). ……Paquet tracer, GNS3, VMware Workstation, Virtual Box, Filezilla (client / serveur), EasyPhp, serveur Wamp,Le système de gestion WORDPRESS………Installation des caméras de surveillance ( technologie hikvision DVR………..). ,

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 3:40
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    @William Hill, beautiful architecture ! im going to use your model 🙂

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 3:40
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    I would say it's a very serious architecture. Can be a very good industrial benchmark in terms of network protection.

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    septembre 15, 2020 à 3:40
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    I bet the next step is to move your analytics to the cloud so you don't have to send your S3 entries back on-premise and instead extract the IP values from the bucket directly to be triggered by your lambda function. Anyhow thanks for sharing!

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