Aviatrix Systems, an Enterprise Cloud-defined Networking, today announced that GREE International Entertainment, Inc., a leading free-to-play mobile social gaming company, is using Aviatrix cloud networking software with Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) to accelerate game development and time to market.
“AWS services along with Aviatrix point and click networking radically simplified the process of new game development and launch through VPCs in different global regions,” said David Pippenger, director of DevOps, GREE International Entertainment. “The secure user access solution is a paradigm shift that enabled us to eliminate jump hosts and improve security and accountability.”
As a global leader in free-to-play, GREE unleashes the power of gaming by taking it mobile and making it social. The company is a thought leader in digital transformation and leverages AWS to build a secure, flexible and scalable cloud-based solution for developing and launching new games more rapidly.
Using Aviatrix Enterprise Cloud-defined Networking software, GREE significantly simplified migration of its development environment to Amazon VPC. Additional benefits of the Avaitrix solution on AWS include:
“Aviatrix was founded with a disruptive vision – to make cloud networking as simple, dynamic and elastic as compute and storage,” said Rajan Panchanathan, Vice President of Marketing and Product Strategy, Aviatrix. “It’s great to see GREE International Entertainment maximize the simplicity, security and broad functionality of the Aviatrix solution to accelerate its game development and continue momentum.”
Aviatrix is a sponsor of AWS re:Invent, taking place on November 28 – December 2, 2016 in Las Vegas (Booth #106). GREE will share best practices and cloud deployment experiences in a session NET308 titled “How Gree Launched New Games Faster and More Securely with Aviatrix and Amazon VPC” on November 30th.
GREE takes gaming to the next level by inviting the entire world to come play. Founded on the belief that a connected world is a better one, we’re passionate about bringing players together, using the universal language of fun. As the global leader in free-to-play, GREE unleashes the power of gaming by taking it mobile and making it social. When you can play what you want, when and where you want, it’s even easier to discover new games, face off against friends, and compete for the top spot on leaderboards.
Aviatrix provides a comprehensive software solution for all-inclusive secure connectivity between enterprise data center and public cloud regions, leading cloud providers, and VPN user access to clouds. The Aviatrix one-click hybrid cloud networking solution is “CLI-free” and built from the ground up for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud environments and enables enterprises to realize the benefits of agility, flexibility, and simplicity when migrating applications to the cloud. For more information, visit www.aviatrix.com.
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