Category: AWS Transit Gateway
As customers adopt VMware Cloud on AWS, it’s important to provide scalable and reliable hybrid connectivity to help integrate SDDCs with on-premises and cloud-native services. VMware Cloud on AWS customers have additional network security requirements including network encryption, firewall integration, and traffic segmentation. Learn about hybrid network design patterns and considerations, and go through various network architecture design options and use cases addressing customer requirements.
Aruba SD-Branch treats public hosted cloud environments as a managed node in the SD-WAN overlay network. At the same time, AWS Transit Gateway simplifies the connectivity across multiple VPCs, putting an end to complex peering relationships. With the introduction of AWS Transit Gateway Connect, there’s now a native way to connect the SD-WAN and VPC environments. Explore all of the technical details involved in integrating the Aruba SD-Branch solution with AWS Transit Gateway Connect.
As customers continually move towards hybrid cloud architectures, it has become increasingly important to address network security requirements for having a centralized security inspection solution between VMware Cloud on AWS and the native AWS environment, on-premises data centers, and the internet. Through this post, learn how to integrate preferred third-party firewall solutions with VMware Cloud on AWS, by leveraging the VMware Transit Connect feature.
When moving workloads to AWS, one of the most important considerations is connectivity. With the goal of delivering the best application experience, AWS and Citrix collaborate on many different solutions. Citrix SD-WAN provides a unique combination of proactive application traffic management, end to end. Learn how to architect a scalable SD-WAN solution with the new AWS Transit Gateway Connect attachment and streamline the deployment with Citrix SD-WAN Orchestrator.
Learn how to simplify global network architecture using AWS Transit Gateway with Aruba SD-WAN branch-to-cloud connectivity, and explore how Aruba’s customers have leveraged the benefits of AWS Transit Gateway at a global scale. Aruba, a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is a global leader in secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions that uses a cloud-native approach to help customers with all aspects of wired, wireless LAN, and wide area networking (WAN).
It’s well known that IT departments prefer authentication integration into existing IdPs such as Azure Active Directory to reduce operational overhead and the attack surface of IT systems. AWS announced federated authentication support for AWS Client VPN in May 2020, and this support requires integration with a SAML 2.0 provider, such as Azure Active Directory. Learn how to integrate AWS Client VPN with an Azure Active Directory to give remote users access to an AWS private VPCs..
A virtual router service such as Megaport Cloud Router (MCR) routes traffic across AWS regions without forcing you to set up and maintain static routes. MCR is a virtual routing service maintained by Megaport. All you do is set up your AWS environment and forward its configuration to Megaport, which handles the rest. Megaport’s connectivity specialists can provide design and support worldwide to AWS users.
Cisco and AWS make it easy to automate and view end-to-end SD-WAN connectivity through a single, unified, automated interface. The Cisco vManage 20.3 release helps customers simplify and automate their global networks on AWS. Within minutes, customers can securely deploy their SD-WAN networks by seamlessly utilizing AWS as the global backbone for their underlay network for their branch-to-cloud and branch-to-branch traffic.
Many organizations prefer to connect to SaaS or managed services over a VPN. If you are an independent software vendor that has to periodically change your network configuration, these customer VPNs present a challenge. The solutions detailed in this post describe different approaches to isolating virtual private clouds that host applications and services from an enterprise network. You can use these strategies to add more services to your customers with no changes to customer network configurations, avoiding delays.