Aviatrix Debuts Cloud Native Networking
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Cloud native networking pioneer Aviatrix Systems today announced Aviatrix Cloud Native Networking 2.0. The solution combines a software-defined network controller and software gateways to enable businesses using a combination of public, private and hybrid clouds to quickly and easily scale out virtual private clouds (VPCs) with VLAN-like segmentation of cloud instances and policy-based security. Aviatrix provisions, orchestrates and connects secure tunnels across regions, eliminating manual configuration and reducing administrative complexity of cloud-to-cloud, user-to-cloud and site-to-cloud connectivity.
Aviatrix customers in financial services, hospitality and consumer electronics have greatly reduced the time and resources required to provision, connect, and manage VPCs, increased security and gained visibility into their cloud deployments. “Aviatrix lets us deploy large, trans-regional clusters of peered VPCs in minutes instead of weeks, with complete confidence in our security posture and ongoing manageability,” said David Pippenger, senior operations engineer, GREE, a leading cloud games company. “Aviatrix lets us launch new games faster and more securely, improving performance and lowering costs by providing a networking substrate that we don’t need to focus on because it just works so well.”
“With rapid enterprise adoption of cloud computing, there is a need for logical segmentation in order to isolate services from each other so it is safe to connect cloud-based resources and services,” said Judith Hurwitz, president and CEO of Hurwitz & Associates. “I was impressed by the approach Aviatrix has taken to simplify networking across cloud services to enable secure access.”