TechTalk Tuesdays

Multi-cloud networking topics – discussed weekly

Infrastructure as code – Terraform + Aviatrix

Live July 7 —1600 Central European Time and 10:00 am Pacific Time

As enterprises bring mission critical infrastructure to the cloud, cloud network teams are looking at adopting Infrastructure as Code automation and benefit from DevOps practices such as source control and CI/CD pipelines for rapid deployment, replication, test and update cycles. In this webinar, Aviatrix will discuss proven methods for simplifying cloud network infrastructure automation by leveraging one cloud network platform and one Terraform provider across AWS, Azure, Google and Oracle clouds.

How your SD-WAN environment can be an integral part of your multi-cloud network architecture

Live July 14 — 1600 Central European Time and 10:00 am Pacific Time

Let’s face it, SD-WAN networking is intelligent but native cloud networking just isn’t. Why invest all that time and money in SD-WAN only to lose key enterprise functionality the moment you terminate it in the cloud? Aviatrix invigorates native cloud networking by adding advanced traffic engineering, segmentation, NAT, service insertion, automation and visibility among many other things. It only makes sense to pair SD-WAN and Aviatrix together to maintain that network intelligence end-to-end. Learn how Aviatrix can level up your cloud networking and help you get the most out of your SD-WAN solution across any cloud.

Simplifying service insertion of security services for AWS, Azure and GCP networks: What you need to know

Live July 21 — 1600 Central European Time and 10:00 am Pacific Time

As enterprises move more workloads to the cloud, the need to dynamically insert security inspection devices becomes imperative. This quickly becomes a monumental task in the build it yourself cloud model. Managing traffic policies combined with high-availability and scale is difficult and offers poor performance. Layer on the need to replicate service insertion across clouds and the management of each environment becomes a support nightmare. In this TechTalk, our principal solution architects highlight the service insertion capabilities of the Aviatrix platform and how to easily and dynamically direct specific traffic to any security device.

What’s new with Aviatrix Enterprise Transit and 6.0 Release

Now available on-demand

As enterprises transform IT infrastructure into public clouds, they are realizing that native cloud networking constructs can’t deliver the enterprise class networking, security and operational features they require. In this TechTalk, solution architects will highlight the new capabilities of the Aviatrix transit. Whether you are a single-cloud or multi-cloud enterprise, join us to learn about the latest capabilities like global segmentation, high availability, traffic engineering and more.

Securing internet egress and ingress traffic for workloads in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

Now available on-demand

Traditional DMZ layers, zones and security controls do not exist in the public cloud. As business critical applications are moving to the public cloud, internet egress and ingress controls are top of mind for security and network architects. Learn how to protect sensitive workloads in public cloud environments with proven network design patterns.

How to architect multi-cloud networking for your Azure infrastructure

Now available on-demand

Learn how Aviatrix helps orchestrate native Azure network and security constructs while setting the foundation for a multi-cloud network architecture. As enterprise customers look to leverage Azure cloud services for their digital transformation journey, many organizations get stuck in developing a networking framework that provides the right security and connectivity. In this tech talk we will show you how Aviatrix provides this framework for Azure, orchestrates native constructs to build this framework, and establishes, and provides seamless day 2 operations and control.

Reference Architecture for Single Cloud Enterprises

Now available on-demand

The absence of reference architecture in the public cloud is the main reason why cloud architects are focused on deployment details that could possibly lead to chaos later. Public cloud architecture for a single cloud enterprise is just as important as it is for multi-cloud enterprises. It’s critical to plan for functionality, end-end encryption and operational visibility you will need as your cloud presence grows. In this TechTalk, you will learn how to lay a strong foundation by defining cloud architecture for a single cloud enterprises in AWS, Azure, GCP or OCI.

Building secure multi-cloud networking for healthcare applications

Now available on-demand

Healthcare organizations are building business critical applications in the cloud, expanding into new regions, and leveraging new partnerships. As a result, enterprise-grade connectivity to their EMR/EHR systems and securing the dataflows is of prime importance. Also, seamless connectivity from their clinics and affiliates to these cloud hosted applications and traditional datacenters has become top-of-mind for Healthcare IT professionals. Join us to learn about how to solve for these healthcare networking and security requirements using Reference Architectures, real-world experiences and open Q&A.

How to architect multi-cloud networking for your AWS, Azure, & GCP infrastructure

Now available on-demand

Learn how organizations are creating a multi-cloud network and security architecture that meets requirements for scale, performance and automation. The session will highlight best practices for creating a multi-cloud architecture, proven design patterns for key use cases in AWS, Azure, and GCP. This will take into account critical operational and troubleshooting requirements.

Maximize performance and visibility for Check Point CloudGuard in AWS and Azure Clouds

Now available on-demand

CloudGuard allows you to bring your well-established security gateway policies to the cloud. But native cloud networking constructs introduce deployment and operational complexity and force compromises in performance and visibility. In this TechTalk, John Michealson with Check Point joins us for the discussion on how to overcoming those complexities and tradeoffs to get the most out of your Check Point security gateways in the cloud.

Building a secure high performance next generation transit architecture

Now available on-demand

Enterprises are moving their business critical workloads to the cloud, expanding workloads to new regions, and adding additional service providers. As a result, network traffic patterns have become complex. Transit architectures are key to enabling efficient intra and inter region multi-cloud connectivity and act as a secure point of access to the cloud. Existing native and legacy transit network solutions are remedial, static, cumbersome to configure and do not scale. Plus they provide no enterprise functionality or visibility. In this TechTalk, we dive deep into how you can enable your organization to leverage a next generation global transit backbone that is intelligent, automated, secure and high performing with zero compromise on functionality and network visibility.

Top 5 networking pitfalls to avoid in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

Now available on-demand

Our solution architects will discuss the top cloud networking pitfalls they have seen first-hand during hundreds of large deployments in AWS, Azure and GCP. Learn how to recognize these challenges early and mitigate the risks with proven strategies. It is no surprise that cloud adoption has accelerated in the past few years. And COVID-19 related uncertainties have further highlighted the need for agility. This requires you to make quicker networking and security decisions. In this TechTalk, you will glean insights into how other enterprises have successfully avoided interruptions to their critical business operations

Achieve wire speed IPSec encryption on your cloud network and between your data center and the cloud.

Available on-demand

Standard IPSec encryption in the cloud, or from your data center to the cloud, is limited by a single core processing to 1.25 Gbps. Aviatrix allows you to distribute processing across multiple cores and aggregate multiple tunnels to achieve full wire speed for your data center to cloud connections and up to 75 Gbps inside the cloud. Join us for this TechTalk Tuesday where one of our top Solution Architects will review proven reference designs for leveraging high-performance encryption to and within your multi-cloud network environment.

Day 2 operational challenges unpacked: Achieving enterprise visibility over your multi-cloud architecture and transit networks

Available on-demand

In this TechTalk, we will discuss multi-cloud network visibility and operational capabilities such as cloud network flow analysis, geographical source-destination heat maps, and time series traffic analysis to visually identify flow anomalies. Tools like ping, traceroute, and packet capture are the basics, but in public clouds many of these familiar options are no longer available. What can you do? Our experts talk thru the options and make sense of it all.

Building a multi-cloud network between AWS and Azure, plus real world troubleshooting in 15 mins

Available on-demand

In this TechTalk we will demonstrate creating a multi-cloud network backbone between AWS and Azure using Aviatrix. Drilling deeper, we will demonstrate several powerful troubleshooting capabilities across both the AWS and Azure network, without having to be a specialist in either cloud. Join us for this hands on session, perfect for cloud network architects and engineers.

WFH - Demystifying remote user VPN access in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

Available on-demand

Today, organizations are facing expanded requirements for remote user VPN access to support their employees, developers, and contractors who are working from home. Securing user VPNs for hundreds of employees doesn’t have to be complex or costly to deploy. This session will discuss different alternatives, and also provides best practices for connecting users to private company resources that reside in AWS, Azure, GCP, or in your on-premises data centers.