Posts tagged ‘Amazon Web Services (AWS)’

AWS Migration Made Safe and Simple

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By Sherry Wei
Founder and CTO, Aviatrix
November 6, 2017

Cloud Migration is Complex with Uncertainty If you take a look at AWS guide to enterprise on how to migrate on-prem VMs to cloud since 2014, you’ll find the workflow is getting more complex each year and the task more daunting. The Current Migration Process Before getting started, you need first to run some inventory tool to scan what VMs and their operating systems are in your organization, then use dependency tool to map dependencies between VMs or Apps on these VMs. The dependency map quickly turns into a spider web as apps need database and need other apps to…


An Architectural Evolution for Networking in the Public Cloud

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By Sherry Wei
Founder and CTO, Aviatrix
October 23, 2017

As cloud technologies evolve, so do the requirements for cloud networking. Now, it’s time for an entirely new architecture for networking in the public cloud. The Shared Service Architecture for DevOps Consider the evolution of Amazon Web Services (AWS). In 2006, AWS started with EC2 Classic where there was not much networking to do: an EC2 instance either has a public IP address or a 10.0.0.0/8 network. Later in 2009, AWS introduced Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Nowadays you cannot launch an EC2 instance without specifying which region, VPC, and subnet the EC2 instance will be deployed on. You can think…


Using Aviatrix to Enable a Global Transit Network on AWS

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By Sreekanth Kannan
Senior Director of Marketing, Aviatrix
October 9, 2017

In the previous blog, my teammate Jorge outlined the How-to of Transit VPC on AWS. Many of our prospects, partners and customers asked us – Why do you need Transit VPC in AWS and how does it connect with the global transit network in play? Before we get into the details, does your company use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for cloud infrastructure and also need to connect multiple cloud networks across the globe? Or maybe you want to implement a hybrid network architecture, or you have rigorous worldwide security or compliance programs in place? If you answered, ‘yes’ to any…


Transit VPC — Management and Troubleshooting

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By Jorge Bonilla
Cloud Network Architect, Aviatrix
July 7, 2017

We have recently heard from many customers that the Transit VPC architecture is hard to manage and troubleshoot. On one hand, there is the management of the third-party software at the hub and Amazon’s VGW from every spoke. On the other hand, there is the troubleshooting of multiple software, vendors, routing tables and lack of visibility overall. And on top of that, as cloud adoption increases, customer are now dealing with tens or hundreds of tunnels between all their VPCs, manual and complex solutions are not the right approach. This blog only discusses the hub and spoke architecture, the full mesh architecture…


Moving Past the “Denial Phase” of Cloud Networking Problems

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By Karthik Balachandran
Cloud System Engineer, Aviatrix
June 6, 2017

IT organizations have consistently overlooked one risk category that has haunted their cloud projects and agility aspirations: Operational connectivity to your cloud provider. An analyst put it this way: “Cloud providers built a beautiful highway, but left the on-ramps for the drivers to figure out.”

Amid all the excitement around Cloud-powered scalability, Network Engineers are still responsible for operating this organically growing animal that started off as a small pet (project).