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Network Integrations

VPC Peering

For Dedicated Stacks, it is possible to connect a user's existing network to their Aptible dedicated VPC. This lets users access internal Aptible resources such as Internal Endpoints and Databases from their network.

🏳️ VPC Peering is only available on the Enterprise plan.

Aptible can peer an AWS VPC with an Aptible Dedicated Stack's VPC—contact Aptible Support to set up VPC Peering.

Site-to-site VPN Tunnels

🏳️ Site-to-site VPN Tunnels are only available on the Enterprise plan.

To set up a site-to-site VPN tunnel, please provide the following information when you contact Aptible Support with your tunnel setup request:

  • What resources on the Aptible Stack must be exposed over the tunnel? Aptible can expose:
    • Individual resources. Please share the hostname of the Internal Endpoints (elb-xxxxx.aptible.in) and the names of the Databases that need to be made accessible over the tunnel.
    • The entire Stack - only recommended if users own the network Aptible is integrating.
    • No resources - or users who need to access resources on the other end of the tunnel without exposing Aptible-side resources.
  • Is outbound access from the Stack to the resources exposed on the other end of the tunnel required?

Aptible Support will follow up with a VPN Implementation Worksheet that can be shared with the tunnel partner.

❗️Road-warrior VPNs are not supported on Aptible. To provide road-warrior users with VPN access to Aptible resources, set up a VPN gateway on a user-owned network and have users connect there, then create a site-to-site VPN tunnel between the user-owned network and the Aptible Dedicated Stack.


Integrate Aptible with Twingate to provide Aptible users with secure and controlled access to Aptible resources without needing a VPN. Learn more about integrating with Twingate here.


Integrate Aptible with Sym to provide Aptible users with temporary access to Aptible resources, with a full audit record of every access decision and escalation. Learn more about integrating with Sym here.