Multicloud Peering
The Problem

Networking is Complex in Multicloud Environments

Companies are relying more and more on multiple public cloud providers. The reasons for multicloud environments range from different internal teams preferring to use specific services available from different providers, to reducing reliance or “lock in” when using only one cloud provider. Setting up and maintaining the connectivity between cloud providers is difficult. Each provider offers different network services with varied constraints and performance. Also, the cloud providers are not highly incentivized to make it easy to connect different clouds together.

Usually this means a highly manual, point-to-point deployment in each cloud with tedious CLI-based network configuration, static routing and route table configuration. With a growing number of multicloud VPCs and VNETs, provisioning connectivity can become time-consuming and troubleshooting even more challenging. What’s needed is a multicloud-native, centrally-orchestrated connectivity solution that makes multicloud networking just as easy and dynamic as operating in a single cloud.

The Aviatrix Solution

Secure Multicloud Peering

Aviatrix Multicloud Peering

Aviatrix simplifies multicloud environments by providing a point-and-click solution for connectivity between the major cloud providers – including AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. Additionally, Aviatrix provides a centralized, single pane of glass to manage, monitor, and troubleshoot your encrypted IPSEC tunnel connections. The Aviatrix Controller auto-discovers AWS VPCs, Azure VNETs, or GCP VPCs in multiple accounts and their associated IP layer information.

The Aviatrix solution uses policy and software defined routing to dynamically connect VNETs and VPCs – which means it doesn’t require engineers and administrators to have in-depth knowledge of networking specifics for each cloud. Operationally, it also supports high availability (HA) connections for redundancy and fault tolerance. Private cloud and on-prem sites can also be connected using the Site to Cloud VPN solution.

How we’re different

Centralized, Point-and-click Connectivity between AWS, Azure and Google

Centralized Console

With the Aviatrix Controller, all networking provisioning and maintenance is performed by engineers centrally via the UI. The Controller automates the deployment and network configuration of Aviatrix gateways in your VPCs or VNETs making connectivity across public cloud services simple and efficient.

High Availability Connections

All the components — Controllers, Gateways and tunnels — can be deployed as high availability configurations to maximize redundancy and fault tolerance.

Compatibility with Existing Infrastructure

Cloud-to-cloud and Site to Cloud VPN connections support the majority of on-premise infrastructure that terminates VPN connections from the cloud. Engineers can also easily generate configuration templates for on-premise routers and firewalls.

Simplified Troubleshooting

Built-in diagnostic tools provide link status, network performance and configurable alerts to simplify troubleshooting and visibility. Additionally, events across all clouds can be logged and forwarded to tools such as Splunk and Datadog for further correlation.

Multicloud Gateways Enabled via Cloud Provider Partnerships

Automate networking across multiple cloud providers using a sanctioned approach that utlizes AWS, Azure and Google REST APIs to make multicloud networking simple and dynamic.

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