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How to gain unprecedented control and visibility into your AWS networking

TechTalk Tuesdays

How to gain unprecedented control and visibility into your AWS networking

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TechTalk Tuesdays

How to gain unprecedented control and visibility into your AWS networking

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TechTalk Tuesdays

How to gain unprecedented control and visibility into your AWS networking

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TechTalk Tuesdays

How to gain unprecedented control and visibility into your AWS networking

May 21st, 2020
11:00am – 12:00pm ET

Cloud networking can quickly become complex, making it difficult to achieve the visibility necessary to gain critical insights. This is true in AWS just like all of the other cloud service providers. AWS has continued to innovate and bring new constructs to VPC networking. However, each new features adds complexity and they are seldom shrink wrapped together to provide a holistic network offering. Hear from James Devine, Aviatrix Principal Solutions Architect, who came from AWS as a networking SME and is a co-author of AWS Certified Advanced Networking Study Guide about how Aviatrix can help provide unprecedented visibility and control into your AWS Networking.

In the TechTalk, James will discuss:

  • Repeatable cloud architectures
  • Seamless service insertion
  • Visibility and monitoring
  • Pace of innovation
  • Multi-cloud support

Presenters:

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    James Devine

    Principal Solutions Architect Aviatrix

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    Principal Solutions Architect Aviatrix

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    Host: Rod Stuhlmuller

    VP Product Marketing Aviatrix

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    Sarah Conners

    Principal Solutions Architect Aviatrix

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    Sarah Conners

    Principal Solutions Architect Aviatrix

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    Host: Rod Stuhlmuller

    VP Product Marketing Aviatrix

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Learn how organizations are creating a multi-cloud network and security architecture that meets requirements for scale, performance and automation. The session will highlight best practices for creating a multi-cloud architecture, proven design patterns for key use cases in AWS and Azure. This will take into account critical operational and troubleshooting requirements.

During this session, you will also learn how to:

  • Embrace and extend the network and security services already available from AWS and Azure
  • Gain visibility and troubleshooting capabilities by owning your multi-cloud data plane
  • Integrate your Palo Alto VM-Series Firewall into your AWS network architecture
  • Use Transit networking services to integrate cloud and on-prem resources
  • Enable network segmentation policies for VPC/VNET resources
  • Implement high performance encryption for data-in-motion

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