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Aviatrix Named “Cool Vendor” in 2017 Cloud Computing by Gartner

PALO ALTO, Calif., May 31, 2017

Aviatrix Inc., the pioneer in reinventing networking for the cloud era to radically simplify and secure cloud connectivity, today announced it has been named a “cool vendor” in the Cloud Computing and Emerging Technologies 2017 category by Gartner Inc.

Aviatrix is reinventing networking to dramatically accelerate, simplify and secure cloud connectivity. Designed for Enterprises embracing cloud at scale, Aviatrix’s software dramatically reduces cloud networking set up time, from weeks to minutes, and simplifies ongoing management by automating and orchestrating cloud network operations. Built from the ground up for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform environments, the Aviatrix solution solves the common connectivity problems encountered during application workload migration to public cloud, or when deploying cloud-based applications that leverages on-premises services.

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EMA Vendor to Watch: Aviatrix

Analyst Report
By Enterprise Management Associates (EMA)

Networking startup Aviatrix enables enterprises to build scalable and secure private networks across multiple public cloud providers. Using what it describes as an enterprise cloud-defined networking (ECDN) software architecture, the company eliminates the need for IT organizations to cobble together individual virtual private network (VPN) connections into various public cloud environments.