A pioneer in cloud networking has become the latest company to achieve Amazon Web Services Networking Competency status and one of the first APN (AWS Partner Network) Partners to be included in the program’s Connectivity focus.
Aviatrix specializes in deep cloud networking and infrastructure, helping organizations to adopt, migrate and scale on AWS.
The company delivers network-as- code, a dramatic advance over vRouters that enables cloud and DevOps teams to deploy and change cloud connections at cloud speeds without the traditional requirements of networking skills. As a result, every organization running workloads on the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) can dynamically and automatically take advantage of the full range of AWS Services.
AviatrixOpens a new window delivers a software-only API-driven solution that makes cloud connectivity easy, secure and scalable. When fully integrated with AWS, it can take the complex and time-consuming and skills-dependent process of establishing and running networking in the cloud, and transforms it into a point-and- click process suited to the needs of the DevOps and CloudOps world.
Part of the process now includes securely interconnecting Amazon VPCs across the AWS global footprint. It can connect VPCs to enterprises’ on-premises datacenters and enables remote access to cloud-based resources.
Aviatrix software has been purpose-built for AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. It is already in use with clients such as Hyatt, Robert Half and Gree. The software ultimately helps customers reduce network outages and enable more DevOps agility via shared services.
One of the key advantages for DevOps is that Aviatrix can shorten cloud connectivity setup time from weeks to minutes, while automating configuration and management of network connectivity and security. In achieving AWS Networking Competency status, the company was also able to demonstrate its ability to provide critical DevOps networking capabilities, like intelligent packet processing, global transit routing, inter-region peering, auto-scaling and fault tolerance.