Tag: AWS Transit Gateway
Both AWS and Deloitte understand that a customer’s cloud journey is different and have their own set of requirements. This is why Deloitte’s Cyber CMS solution provides a wide range of options for businesses to choose from to create the right package for them. Learn how Cyber CMS can help organizations become more trustworthy, resilient, and secure through proactive management of cyber risks.
Cisco Meraki customers commonly question how they can extend their SD-WAN environment into an existing Amazon Web Services (AWS) footprint. They desire high availability and a way to automate reachability from their cloud resources down to their local branches. This post explores how Cisco Meraki customers can use an AWS Quick Start to help automate the highly available deployment of Meraki vMXs in multiple AWS Regions along with route propagation.
AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces is designed to help customers refactor existing applications incrementally, while increasing business agility and time to market and maximizing the business value of AWS. Follow a demonstration of an actual upgrade of a monolithic application with AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces, including setting up the Migration Spaces environment and refactoring two microservices of the monolithic application.
Cisco Secure Firewall Cloud Native (SFCN) is a lightweight network firewall in a cloud-native form factor. Offering granular control and massive throughput potential, SFCN enables security at the speed of business. It offers an easy way to deploy scalable remote access VPN architecture as its primary use case. The solution utilizes Amazon Amazon EKS and other cloud-native services including Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and Amazon Amazon EFS.
For complex and large legacy monoliths, enterprises can quickly run into a wall with rehosting alone. The more lines of code, classes, and interdependencies, the less value you get from lifting and shifting. Learn how AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces and vFunction help in the analysis of monolith applications, set priorities to extract the microservices, deploy the microservices in cloud-native AWS services, and route the user traffic with minimal effort.
CAD on the cloud delivers the same, if not better, performance than on-premises setup. For enterprises, it will be a paradigm shift to have their CAD/CAE workload on the cloud, especially using Amazon AppStream 2.0. Learn about Infosys’ flagship Cobalt program, one of the largest service providers in engineering and design, with decades of experience helping customers leverage AWS to optimize cost and performance.
While organizations are evaluating the benefits of moving to the cloud for their primary needs, a sudden need for additional investments into the disaster recovery (DR) site upgrade can add an additional burden on the IT budget and slow down working on new business opportunities. This post provides a solution that can help organizations migrate their DR site to AWS with minimal changes to their applications, leveraging VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery (VCDR) and a variety of AWS services.
HeleCloud has a proven record of successful implementations of centralized inspection with AWS Transit Gateway and site-to-site VPN attachments for our customers. Vendor-provided firewalls remain an option, and the focus of this post is their integration with Gateway Load Balancer. Explore the decisions HeleCloud took while migrating from centralized north-south inspection with Transit Gateway VPN attachments to centralized inspection with GWLB in front of the Palo Alto VM-Series Firewalls.
Learn how to support a multi-region, business-critical legacy monolithic application with customer-owned static public IPv4 addresses running on VMware Cloud on AWS. You can do this whilst using the AWS Cloud to deliver the Bring Your Own Public IPv4 Address (BYOIP) function with Amazon VPC, Network Load Balancer, Elastic IP address, Amazon Route 53, and VMware Transit Connect. VMware Cloud on AWS is an integrated hybrid cloud offering jointly developed by AWS and VMware.
Utilities need a solution to manage devices on the field, whether they are for the management of gas, water, electricity, waste, or other. IBM has developed BEAM IoT to address these needs with a solution that, in addition to offering modules and functionalities specific to each segment, has been designed to be open and modular. It can be quickly extended to new business use cases, new regulatory requests, new types of IoT devices, and new data analysis requirements.