Aviatrix declares expansion of enterprise-class networking on AWS

Aviatrix declares expansion of enterprise-class networking on AWS

by Nandita Bhardwaj

The company is set to demonstrate benefits of support for AWS Gateway Load Balance and AWS Outposts Ready designation to its customers at AWS re:Invent 2020.

One of the leading advanced networking, operational visibility and other essential network solutions providers- Aviatrix- is all geared up to showcase its innovation in AWS re:Invent 2020. As per reliable sources, the company has reportedly announced that it would be demonstrating how enterprise customers are expected to leverage some of its recent accomplishments of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Outposts Ready designation and support for AWS Gateway Load Balancer as well as its multi-cloud transit abilities for Amazon Web Services Lambda serverless computing.

Commenting on this strategic move, CEO of Aviatrix- Steve Mullaney-said that the company is currently focusing on supporting customers to achieve their technology and business goals by offering solutions that provide simplicity and automation that businesses expect from cloud, while also supporting their cloud network requirements for operational visibility, security control, multi-cloud readiness, and advanced networking.

He further added that Aviatrix is delighted to be an AWS Partner partaking in AWS re:Invent 2020, and to back the launch of their most recent cloud innovations. Despite the umpteen challenges in 2020, cloud providers and enterprises are currently accelerating their move to the cloud, thus benefitting the company to utmost.

On the other hand, the General Manager of AWS Outposts, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Joshua Burgin, rightly commented that Aviatrix’s cloud network platform would now allow customers on AWS Outposts to easily define and implement a network architecture that extents their AWS Outposts, the AWS Region, and their expansive enterprise network architecture for a truly consistent hybrid experience.

Meanwhile, Luis Castillo, Senior Manager, Architecture Information Technology at National Instruments (NI) stated that Aviatrix is potentially delivering the right business-critical cloud networking platform tools that allow the Institute to go every way possible for its hybrid environment. Aviatrix’s new solutions are expected to offer robust flexibility thus enabling them to evolve their enterprises to a multi-cloud infrastructure.

Source Credit: https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/12/07/aviatrix-aws-outposts-ready/

Nandita Bhardwaj

Having a marketing management post graduate degree under her belt, Nandita spent considerable time working in the field of recruitment. However, her real interest lay in playing with words and soon enough, she commenced her career in the field of content creation. Currently, she authors insightfuRead more...