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Aviatrix Cloud Networking Solution Available in AWS Marketplace

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Santa Clara, California, October 1, 2015

Aviatrix Systems, a cloud networking pioneer based in Silicon Valley, announced today the availability of its multi-function gateway in Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace).

Aviatrix is a load balanced, scale out VPN solution with user profile based access policy. It supports multi factor authentication (Active Directory/LDAP, DUO, Google 2-step and Okta), and Chromebook, Mac, PC, iPhone, Android and Linux platforms. Aviatrix offers encrypted multi-region peering to enable bringing the applications closer to the user for better performance.

With Aviatrix,

  • Customers can VPN directly to AWS from anywhere with any device
  • Software vendors can migrate on-premises applications to AWS and switch to a single tenant SaaS model
  • Customers can build enterprise owned encrypted networks in AWS

“At AWS Marketplace, we are always looking to offer innovative solutions that help our customers harness the power of the AWS Cloud,” said Barry Russell, Head of Global Business Development, AWS Marketplace, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Our customers want easy-to-use software like Aviatrix available for immediate purchase and deployment from AWS Marketplace. With this listing, Aviatrix demonstrates their focus on offering low-friction cloud networking infrastructure tools to power business.”

“We are excited to service AWS customers via AWS Marketplace,” said Pankaj Manglik, CEO of Aviatrix. “Large and small organizations are already using our solution and seeing the value of insanely simple cloud networking.”

About Aviatrix

Aviatrix, the pioneer in reinventing networking for the cloud era, radically simplifies and automates connectivity within hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments. Designed for and within the cloud, Aviatrix software dramatically shortens cloud connectivity setup time—from weeks to minutes—and simplifies ongoing cloud management by automating and orchestrating the entire process. Built from the ground up for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform environments, Aviatrix is fully integrated with these public cloud infrastructures. Named a “cool vendor” in Cloud Computing 2017 by Gartner Inc., Aviatrix is based in Palo Alto, Calif. Learn more at www.aviatrix.com or follow the company on Twitter @aviatrixsys.

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