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  1. Aviatrix builds on existing AWS relationship, with Service Ready solutions for the new AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB)

    Aviatrix, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Technology Partner, is a leader in solving enterprise customers’ complex networking, security, visibility and multi-cloud needs. Built upon the Aviatrix Cloud Network Platform, Aviatrix products integrate with a number of AWS APIs and services, enabling customers to centrally launch, control and interact with AWS services while delivering network security…

    AWS Firewall Network Security Transit Networking

  2. How Egress Security Has Evolved and Why You Should Care

    In the traditional on-premise era, enterprises owned the underlying infrastructure and had layers of security built into their network architecture. Because of this layered security model, they could centrally define security mechanisms to control the internet egress traffic effectively. However, in public cloud environments, things work differently. The networks and the workloads in public clouds…

    Firewall Network Multi-Cloud Security Transit Networking

  3. Aviatrix Cloud Network Platform Version 6.2

    Aviatrix is proud to announce the release of Aviatrix Multi-Cloud Controller version 6.2, Co-Pilot version 1.2.1 and Terraform version 2.17 all at the same time. This release includes several new features and capabilities that customers can take advantage of immediately: Extended Control for Advanced Extranet connectivity solving overlapping CIDRs and NAT challenges of all types…

    Branch Office Multi-Cloud Operations Security Transit Networking

  4. Why Microsoft Azure Black Belt Chooses Aviatrix

    According to Jeremy Wright, a global black belt in Azure at Microsoft, “In the Azure marketplace, there are a large number of virtual appliances and third-party devices. Unfortunately, some of them either don’t work at all, or don’t work as advertised.” Wright found Aviatrix, in the marketplace and tested it. Aviatrix stood out, because it…

    Azure Multi-Cloud Transit Networking

  5. Multi-Cloud Network Architecture

    Architecting Your Global Multi-Cloud Transit Network Choosing the right Transit Architecture for Public Cloud When choosing a transit network architecture for your cloud environment there are a few things we have learned that customers care about. Transit’s own ability to provide robust networking connectivity is important however, it is just one dimension of the end-state…

    AWS Azure GCP OCI Tech Note Transit Networking

  6. AWS VPC Ingress Routing

    Aviatrix and AWS – Taking an architectural approach for enterprise cloud networking and security Today Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a new networking enhancement called Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Ingress Routing. Amazon VPC Ingress Routing is a service that helps customers simplify the integration of network and security appliances within their network topology….

    AWS Security Transit Networking

  7. Branch Office to Cloud

    Taking an “Inside out” Approach to Cloud Networking I was talking with a long-time CIO friend recently about what changes are required, from an architectural point of view, as enterprises move to the cloud. He boiled it down well for me. He said, “As a CIO, you have to ask yourself… Do I believe I…

    AWS Branch Office Cisco IOS Transit Networking

  8. How Aviatrix’s intelligent orchestration and control eliminates unwanted tradeoffs encountered when deploying Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Firewalls with AWS Transit Gateway

    Deploying any next generation firewall in a public cloud environment is challenging, not because of the firewall itself but because of the public cloud networking services that practitioners must use. The job of understanding and problem-solving around cloud networking complexities to ensure a successfully configured and maintained firewall deployment is no small task. It’s a task that…

    AWS AWS Transit Gateway Firewall Network Palo Alto Networks Security Transit Networking