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…
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).
Head of Sales, Aviatrix
May 11, 2017
Have you noticed that while cloud is all about infrastructure agility, the networking to the cloud is static and not agile at all. This means while it takes minutes to provision compute and storage in a VPC (virtual private cloud), it can take months to network to the same VPC. This is an impedance mismatch and often leads to performance issue, architectural challenges, slowdown in cloud projects and overall poor experience for hybrid cloud networking.
Vice President of Sales and Partnership, Aviatrix
March 11, 2017
In the datacenter, a VLAN can cross physical switches and form a logical L2 domain. Machines, VMs or hosts on this VLAN can communicate with each other irrespective of its physical location with private IP addresses. All is secure.
The question is: Can you stretch this VLAN to AWS or Azure?