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Aviatrix Validated Design_TIC3.0_final

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AVIATRIX VALIDATED DESIGN Native TIC 2.0 mandated infrastructure design Federal customers connect CSPs using private connectivity providers (e.g., Equinix/Megaport) and ingress/egress traffic flows through an on‐prem data center for firewall inspection, which introduces a suboptimal path in the network and adds operational complexity End‐to‐end encryption is a necessary requirement, but it poses multiple challenges: first, certain flows with on‐prem are not encrypted with native constructs and, second, encryption comes with the price of performance Other challenges with TIC 3.0 that are necessary for government agencies to overcome are: Native constructs are black boxes and do not provide visibility and control High mean time to resolution (MTTR) because of lack of troubleshooting tools Aviatrix Introduction – Multi‐Cloud Network Architecture Aviatrix Validated Designs are created based on a Multi‐ Cloud Network Architecture (MCNA), which has been proven with over 550 enterprise customers building cloud network infrastructure in AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba Cloud, and OCI across every vertical industry around the world. MCNA is not a product; it is an architectural framework that is used to organize design requirements. An MCNA outlines how architectural pillars such as networking, security, day‐one automation, and day‐two operational visibility span across cloud access, cloud networking, and cloud application layers. Similar to building an architecture, the MCNA becomes the go‐to plan that allows cloud and security architects and their operational counterparts to work together to ensure that network designs meet all cross‐functional requirements. To realize their multi‐cloud network designs, Aviatrix customers leverage the Aviatrix cloud network platform to deliver multi‐cloud networking, security, and operational visibility capabilities that go beyond what any CSP offers. Aviatrix software leverages public cloud provider application programming interfaces (APIs) to interact with and directly program native cloud networking constructs. This abstracts the unique complexities of each cloud, simplifying deployments and forming one multi‐cloud network data plane with advanced networking and security features and one, consistent multi‐cloud operational model. Aviatrix Transit delivers a superset of enterprise‐class capabilities that becomes the foundation of an enterprise customer's multi‐cloud network architecture.

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