Posted On: Dec 3, 2019
AWS Transit Gateway now enables you to centrally manage and monitor your global network across AWS and on premises, with network manager. Transit Gateway network manager reduces the operational complexity of managing networks across AWS Regions and remote locations.
Most global networks today include resources that are both located in the cloud and on one or multiple on-premises locations. To monitor that entire global network, you often have to stitch together data from the cloud and your premises. This results in an inconsistent management and monitoring experience. You need a simple solution to build and manage your global network across the cloud and on premises.
AWS Transit Gateway network manager provides a single global view of your private network. Start by registering your AWS Transit Gateways and defining your on-premises resources. You can then visualize and monitor your global network from a centralized, operational dashboard. This enables you to visualize your global network in a topology diagram and in a geographical map. You can monitor your network using CloudWatch Metrics, as well as CloudWatch events for network topology changes, routing updates, and connection status updates. If you use an SD-WAN solution from one of our partners, the SD-WAN may automatically create Site-to-Site VPN connections from on-premises devices and upload device information to Transit Gateway network manager.
AWS Transit Gateway network manager is a global service available for AWS Transit Gateways in these AWS Regions: US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), US West (N. California), Europe (Ireland), Eurpoe (Frankfurt), Europe (London), Europe (Paris), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central), and South America (São Paolo). For more information on Transit Gateway visit the network manager product page.