“As enterprises require more advanced public cloud networking, centrally managed, cloud-native solutions like Aviatrix leverage the cloud providers’ native networking and security services such as peering and security groups, while augmenting those core services.”Simon Richard, Research Director, Gartner
Cloud Network Pillar
The core pillar your multi-cloud network architecture must offer more than basic networking and security. You need and architecture that will scale support the rapid evolution of your applications and business for decades, whether in a single cloud or across many clouds. The architecture must define a common control plane that supports native cloud APIs and advanced networking and security capabilities needed to form a common data plane with visibility and control required for an enterprise-class multi-cloud network.
Cloud Network Operations Pillar
Multi-cloud visibility and control are at the top of the list for enterprise IT teams. Your public cloud infrastructure is no longer the playground for early adopter pioneers and developers. You must architect your multi-cloud network in a way that delivers visibility and control across all layers of your cloud network, from the application layer, across transit networking to the access layer. Network engineers have come to expect a level of visibility and control that basic cloud networking construct lack. Your architecture should define the operational capabilities your team requires to gain the visibility and control they require, while maintaining the flexibility, simplicity and automation that drove your business to the cloud.
Cloud Network Security Pillar
Access technologies have been around for a long time, but your cloud isn't your legacy data center, your cloud is your business. Your cloud access layer is an integrated part of your multi-cloud network architecture. Access is the foundation for securely bringing your employees, partners, customers, branch offices and legacy data centers into your cloud, to make them part of your cloud, not just plugged into the side of it.
The Foundation of a Multi-Cloud Network Architecture. As enterprise networking teams peel back the onion on cloud networking, it becomes clear the cloud providers only deliver basic network connectivity. More visibility, more control and advanced networking and security features are needed. The Aviatrix cloud network platform leverages cloud service APIs and adds advanced services to provide the capabilities network engineers expect.
- Multi-Cloud Operational Visibility
- Multi-Cloud Network Control
- Multi-Cloud Network High-Availability
- Multi-Cloud End-to-end Encryption
- Intelligent Network Correctness
- Traffic Engineering and Optimal Path Prioritization
- High-performance encryption
- Repeatable Network Design
- Multi-Cloud Network Access Policy
““Aviatrix’s cloud network platform intelligently programs the native cloud network constructs and goes well beyond that by adding network segmentation policies, rich visibility, and automation that we require to support our customers. Aviatrix makes cloud networking much easier for us and our customers.”JOHN GOODSON, SVP AND GENERAL MANAGER OF PRODUCTS VERINT
Eliminate Public Cloud Blind Spots and Obtain Actionable Intelligence on Network Health, Traffic Flows and Anomalies
CoPilot - Enterprise-Class Multi-Cloud Network Visibility
Aviatrix CoPilot provides a global operational view of your multi-cloud network not available from AWS, Azure or any other cloud provider. Enterprise IT teams – who need day-two operational visibility for cloud networking – use CoPilot’s dynamic topology mapping to maintain an accurate view of their global multi-cloud networks, FlowIQ to analyze global network traffic flows and global heat maps and time series trend charts to easily pinpoint and troubleshoot traffic anomalies.
Aviatrix Transit Intelligent Data Plane
CoPilot leverages the intelligence and advanced network and security services delivered by the Aviatrix cloud network platform. With Aviatrix, cloud network and security operations teams have familiar day-two operational capabilities such as packet capture, trace route and ping to resolve problems faster. New operational features, include resource tagging, resource clustering, infrastructure monitoring and alerting, all specifically built for multi-cloud network operations.
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