Extending Datacenters to the Cloud

The Problem: Connecting on-premise private cloud with public cloud resources.

Enterprises face an array of challenges when extending datacenter network to the public clouds, including complex edge router changes, extending the private IP address space to virtual public cloud and limited visibility across departments and users.

Hybrid Clouds are cloud computing environments that combine a mix of on-premises, private, and public cloud services, allowing enterprises to leverage their existing IT infrastructure while leveraging the best the public cloud has to offer. Most enterprises step into the cloud with a hybrid cloud approach – they keep most of their applications and data on-premises and selectively move workloads to the cloud.

Hybrid Clouds allow a whole new set of capabilities in the areas of real-time scaling for variable compute and storage demands, geographically localized resources for WAN bandwidth savings, DevOps support and new ways to provide secure public cloud resource access to remote users, branch offices and partners.

The Aviatrix Solution


The Aviatrix Hybrid Cloud solution enables enterprises to build seamless, secure and scalable hybrid clouds with no changes to the enterprise IP and security architecture. Architected for the cloud, the solution leverages Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies enabling running workloads over an encrypted infrastructure without any reconfiguration of the edge router in the enterprise.

The Aviatrix Cloud Controller enables hybrid cloud control, orchestration, and monitoring, plus it can enable scaling to multiple sites or branches, multiple VPCs, and multiple clouds without complex reconfiguration and changes.

Take a closer look at Aviatrix hybrid cloud solutions.


Simplify Workload Migration with Hybrid Cloud Networking

Enterprise Strategy Group Report
By Dan Conde and Leah Matuson

Modern applications are driven by vastly different needs than those of the past. Today’s applications require resources from multiple providers, and are not tied to a single location, such as an on-premises data center or a single, public cloud provider. These applications require rapid changes in design to meet workload or customer needs, and cannot be constrained by traditional networking architecture.

Quantifying Business Benefits of Aviatrix Hybrid Cloud Networking

White Paper

Leveraging in-depth interviews with Aviatrix customers, this paper identifies the use cases enterprises can pursue with this hybrid cloud networking solution, and it quantifies the cost savings and business benefits that can be realized.

Next Generation Cloud-Native Networking

White Paper

To keep up with rapid prototyping, continuous development and integration, enterprise IT organizations are transforming their traditional server deployment and maintenance functions to a more strategic role that handles the selection, integration, and delivery of IT services for the cloud.

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.