Aviatrix announces new integrations to extend its enterprise-class networking solution to AWS

Aviatrix announces new integrations to extend its enterprise-class networking solution to AWS

Aviatrix , the cloud networking platform, announced today that it will be demonstrating at AWS re: Invent 2020 how enterprise customers can benefit from their latest addition, the “AWS Outpost Ready ”label and support for AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) as well as their multi-cloud transit capabilities for AWS Lambda Serverless Computing. Visit Aviatrix, an Advanced Technology Partner of Amazon Web Services (AWS) who has received the “AWS Networking Competency” award, at our virtual booth at AWS re: Invent 2020November 30th – December 18th to learn how Aviatrix’s leading cloud network platform delivers superior operational visibility, advanced network and security control, and multi-cloud readiness for organizations moving to AWS, or make an appointment make an appointment today for a demo .

“Aviatrix has the right tools for mission-critical cloud network platforms to enable us to do what we need to do for our hybrid environment. There is so much flexibility; whether it is network segmentation, the integration of a newly acquired company or the development of our company into a multi-cloud infrastructure. These things would be very difficult to achieve without the use of Aviatrix, ”said Luis T, Sr. Manager, Architecture Information Technology at NI (formerly known as National Instruments).

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“With all of its challenges, 2020 has been a great year for cloud providers, for companies moving to the cloud, and for our company. Aviatrix is ​​proud again to be an AWS partner in AWS re: Invent 2020 and to support the introduction of the latest cloud innovations, including as an ‘AWS Outposts Service Ready’ partner and by supporting the recently announced AWS Gateway Load Balancer Service. Aviatrix is ​​committed to helping customers achieve their business and technology goals by delivering solutions that deliver the simplicity and automation that organizations expect from the cloud. At the same time, Aviatrix supports the requirements of your cloud networks in terms of operational transparency,

Aviatrix offers new advanced network capabilities for “AWS Outpost” customers

As a novelty at AWS re: Invent 2020, Aviatrix has now expanded its cloud network platform to work on the infrastructure of the AWS Outposts in the customer’s data centers. The expanded network capabilities include the ability for customers to route traffic within the AWS Outposts infrastructure and between the AWS Outposts infrastructure and the customer’s previous data center without having to flow back into the AWS Region. As an “AWS Outposts Service” Ready Partner, the Aviatrix product has been fully tested and validated in the AWS Outposts and is (generally) immediately available and fully supported for customer use.

“Customers are looking for ways to easily manage, monitor, and control the network architecture that connects their enterprise cloud infrastructure to their employees and customers,” said Joshua Burgin, general manager, AWS Outposts, Amazon Web Services. Inc. “With Aviatrix’s cloud network platform now available to AWS Outposts customers, customers can easily define and deploy a network architecture that encompasses their AWS Outposts, the AWS Region, and their broader corporate network architecture to create a really consistent hybrid experience. ”

Aviatrix simplifies the integration and chaining of security services for Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (Amazon VPCs)

Companies are increasingly demanding the use of next-generation firewalls in the cloud in order to meet security best practices. The Aviatrix cloud network platform Firewall Network Service (FireNet) now offers support for the new AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) and AWS Gateway Load Balancer Endpoint (GWLBE) for scaling and managing applications that support GENEVE encapsulation. Aviatrix Transit / FireNet Gateways, either directly or in conjunction with the GWLB, provide high-performance connectivity to virtual applications, eliminate the need for Source Network Address Translation (SNAT), and allow customers to add or remove applications to scale or respond to health checks without existing ones Affecting sessions. The Aviatrix Controller automates the connection of the GWLB and the associated GWLBE as well as all connected applications to an Aviatrix Transit / FireNet Gateway. Aviatrix supports the native GWLB APIs to simplify the orchestration and automation of the integration of security services into the customer’s cloud network and provides the operational transparency and control that companies need.

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Aviatrix demonstrates multi-cloud transit network capabilities for AWS Lambda Serverless Computing

AWS Lambda’s serverless computing architecture provides application development teams with a powerful solution to help them achieve faster time to market and lower operating costs. However, network operation is often still a bottleneck. Aviatrix now provides the application development team with the full capabilities of its cloud network platform. By simply connecting an “AWS Lambda” function to an Amazon VPC with an Aviatrix Spoke Gateway, this function can take advantage of the Aviatrix multi-cloud transit infrastructure and provide connectivity to applications, data and other serverless functions that are located in local data centers or other clouds. The Aviatrix solution also enforces all security guidelines and provides operations teams with the transparency they need to comply with corporate and regulatory guidelines and to quickly help application teams resolve connectivity issues that arise. To see the Aviatrix solution in action,arrange a demo with one of our solution architects.

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