Posted On: May 24, 2022

AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager now supports centralized management and monitoring of global networks across multiple AWS accounts within an organization, created using AWS Organizations. With this feature, Network Manager reduces the operational complexity of managing a large global network across AWS accounts over a single unified operational dashboard.

Until now, customers could use Network Manager to monitor and visualize their global network for a single AWS account. With the launch of multi-account support, Network Manager extends its management capabilities to work across multiple accounts. By registering AWS Transit Gateways from different accounts within an AWS Organization and defining on-premises resources, customers can visualize their global private network in a topology diagram and in a geographic map. Customers can also monitor their network using CloudWatch metrics and events for network topology changes, routing updates, and connection status updates. This reduces the overall operational burden for customers when managing a large network that is dispersed across accounts, providing them a comprehensive view of their entire global network over a centralized operational dashboard.

Multi-account support for AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager is available in the following AWS Regions: US East (Ohio, N. Virginia), US West (N. California, Oregon), Africa (Cape Town), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong, Mumbai, Osaka, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo), Canada (Central),  Europe (Frankfurt, Ireland, London, Milan, Paris, Stockholm), Middle East (Bahrain) and South America (São Paulo).

You can learn more about this feature by reading our documentation.

2/14/2023 - A previous version of this post incorrectly mentioned that the feature is supported in AWS GovCloud (US) Region. We have updated the supported Regions list.