Cloud-hosted solution, Aruba announced the integration of SD-WAN solution with the new AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager.
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE), will integrate its SD-WAN solution with the new AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager to simplify the deployment and management of networks connecting remote branch locations to Amazon Virtual Private Clouds.
Monitoring and managing by both Aruba and AWS
By using either Aruba Central or AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager, customers deploying the Aruba SD-WAN solution alongside AWS can monitor and manage the connectivity between AWS resources and their on-premises locations. This integration also means automation of the process of setting up and managing these networks using Application Programming Interfaces (API) to interact with AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager.
The integration will use the power of the cloud
“With branch locations scaling up to the hundreds – if not thousands – of sites, the need for flexibility and simplified management powered by the cloud is critical. The integration between Aruba’s SD-WAN solution and AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager uses the power of the cloud to seamlessly connect branches to workloads in any region by connecting to the closest AWS Transit Gateway, accelerate VPN connectivity for any branch bypassing the public Internet, and deliver branch-to-branch connectivity in different AWS Regions.”
said Kishore Seshadri, vice president and general manager of SD-WAN Solutions at Aruba. Vice president of Amazon EC2 at Amazon Web Services, Inc. David Brown talked about the integration, saying:
“We are pleased to be working with Aruba to integrate the Aruba SD-Branch solution with AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager as a simplified branch networking solution that delivers enterprise-grade performance at scale. This new capability helps to simplify and streamline network management for customers, so they can focus on driving their businesses forward.”
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