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Aviatrix Joins Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance

Enabling Next Generation Cloud Native Networking for Azure
Santa Clara, California, May 24, 2016

Aviatrix Systems, a pioneer in cloud native networking, announced today that the company has joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance. As more enterprises shift toward the hybrid cloud, this relationship signals the company’s commitment to helping them seamlessly extend into Microsoft Azure.

The Aviatrix solution, built from the ground up for Azure, enables enterprises to seamlessly extend their datacenters to Azure without any additional hardware and offers end-to-end visibility and control of the hybrid cloud. Aviatrix takes advantage of the user-defined routing capability in Azure to provide secure connectivity to VNets and applies logging and security policies to the user traffic.

Additionally, the company’s solutions enable connectivity to cloud resources from anywhere and from any device. Aviatrix is one of the first scale out VNet peering solutions that allows direct access to Azure resources. Trusted by cloud operations, cloud production engineers, and enterprise IT, Aviatrix avoids business disruption as it does not require any new hardware or configuration changes to the edge router.

“We are excited to be collaborating with Microsoft Azure,” said Sherry Wei, CTO and co-founder of Aviatrix. “We make cloud networking extremely simple. Deploy in minutes and configure and manage your cloud network with an easy point and click.”

Nicole Herskowitz, senior director of product marketing, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Corp. said, “We welcome Aviatrix in the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance family. Together, our solutions provide customers the ability to leverage the power of Azure cloud networking.”

About Aviatrix

Aviatrix, the pioneer in reinventing networking for the cloud era, radically simplifies and automates connectivity within hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. Designed for and within the cloud, Aviatrix software dramatically shortens cloud connectivity setup time—from weeks to minutes—and simplifies ongoing cloud management by automating and orchestrating the entire process. Built from the ground up for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform environments, Aviatrix is fully integrated with these public cloud infrastructures. Named a “cool vendor” in Cloud Computing 2017 by Gartner Inc., Aviatrix is based in Palo Alto, Calif. Learn more at or follow the company on Twitter @aviatrixsys.

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