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Hybrid cloud & public cloud networking solutions

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Aviatrix overview

What is Aviatrix?

Aviatrix is a cloud networking pioneer based in Silicon Valley. The company's solutions, built from the ground up for AWS and Azure, offer hybrid cloud and public cloud networking.

The Aviatrix Hybrid Cloud Link is an enterprise based VM that makes cloud workloads appear like local corporate resources. Hybrid Cloud Link seamlessly and securely extends the enterprise data center into the public cloud.

Aviatrix Cloud Services Gateway (CSG) enables connectivity to cloud resources from anywhere and any device. Aviatrix CSG extends the Enterprise Network into the Public Cloud, enabling Hybrid Cloud, L2 bridging, Policy Based Routing, VPN, Multi-factor Authentication, Logging, NAT and Encrypted Multi-cloud Peering. Aviatrix CSG helps enterprises with no onsite infrastructure that need access to their cloud workloads.

Aviatrix Cloud Controller provides centralized orchestration and management of cloud gateways and services. Some of its features include provisioning automation and data analytics with extensive logging and monitoring.

Aviatrix solutions are currently deployed by several large enterprises to address Hybrid Cloud and CloudOps challenges.


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United States, Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada and 9 other markets, China, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom

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Aviatrix pricing

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Aviatrix features


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Activity Dashboard (203 other apps)
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Alerts / Escalation (109 other apps)
Auditing (107 other apps)
Automatic Notifications (153 other apps)
Collaboration Tools (105 other apps)
Compliance Management (111 other apps)
Data Import/Export (139 other apps)
Data Visualization (100 other apps)
Drag & Drop Interface (110 other apps)
Permission Management (96 other apps)
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Real Time Monitoring (126 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (152 other apps)
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Additional information for Aviatrix

Key features of Aviatrix

  • Built from the ground up for AWS and Azure
  • Centralized orchestration and management of cloud gateways
  • Encrypted links to VPCs/VNets
  • No changes to the edge router
  • No additional hardware
  • Scale out Cloud VPN to AWS/Azure
  • Multifactor authentication
  • No local infrastructure or bastion stations required
  • Encrypted multi-region, multi-cloud peering
  • Role based access control
  • Dynamically adjusts to the number of users and load
  • Cloud fencing
  • Firewall
  • NAT
  • Software solution to building secure hybrid clouds
  • Provisioning automation
  • Data analytics with extensive logging and monitoring
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Aviatrix Hybrid Cloud Link: Set up encrypted links between enterprise and the public cloud.Automate setting up the network and the cloud at a VPC/VNet level. No VPN or changes to the edge router needed. Security policy and logging for VPCs/VNets. Aviatrix is built from the ground up for AWS and Azure and integrates with AWS CloudFormation, AWS CloudTrail and Splunk.

Aviatrix Cloud Services Gateway: Multi-region, multi-cloud encrypted peering, per user profile and role based access policies, scale out VPN cloud server that auto scales to the number of users and load. Multifactor authentication: active Directory/LDAP, DUO, Google 2-step, Okta. No local infrastructure or bastion stations required.

Aviatrix Cloud Controller: Manage cloud gateways and services centrally. Analyse, log and monitor data extensively. Flexible volume-based licensing enables burst usage.