Global Transit Network architecture is critical to the success of your AWS cloud deployment. Implemented correctly, a Global Transit Hub enables traffic to securely flow from on-prem to VPCs, or from VPC to VPC, in a way that minimizes complexity and cost and maximizes agility and availability. Implemented poorly, it becomes a choke point that is time-consuming – and costly – to maintain and troubleshoot.

As part of our fact-filled AWS Bootcamp series, Aviatrix CTO Sherry Wei reviews reviews seven best-practice topics for Global Transit Network architecture. While some best practices will change based on your use case, all Transit Network designs should address these seven issues:

  • Agility
  • Scaleability
  • Security
  • Visibility
  • High Availability
  • Reliability
  • Cost

As you’ll see, it’s possible to achieve these goals with an architecture that is simpler and cheaper to maintain compared to alternatives that rely on legacy virtual routers and design.

Free Evaluation Checklist

In addition to the slides, you’ll also receive a handy spreadsheet-based checklist with 50 architecture and business goals to consider when evaluating solutions for your own Global Transit Network.

Of Particular Interest For …

Anyone responsible for connectivity of cloud resources, including cloud architects, cloud infrastructure managers, cloud engineers, and networking staff.

WATCH ON-DEMAND

Presented by our Solution Architects, Aviatrix Bootcamps ditch the marketing spin and deliver fact-based advice and cloud networking best practices. You'll receive a link to the replay, plus you can download the slides and an Evaluation Checklist to help you design your own Global Transit Network.