Aviatrix Gateways – Spoke, Transit, CloudN, and Edge – offer a simple and efficient way to establish highly available and high-performing data planes. With the Aviatrix Controller, multiple encrypted tunnels can be automatically created, ensuring seamless redundancy and fast throughput. By deploying a pair of gateways at each end, Aviatrix builds four full mesh tunnels, creating a reliable data path with up to 5Gbps of throughput. But what makes Aviatrix truly stand out is its patented High Performance Encryption, which leverages multiple IP addresses and CPU cores to create multiple IPSec tunnels. This unique approach can achieve up to 70Gbps throughput, delivering exceptional performance.
However, not all customers are ready to implement CloudN or Edge. For these situations, Aviatrix still provides encryption and the ability to create multiple IPSec tunnels for higher throughput. In this blog post, we will delve into how to achieve this and explore the benefits of using Aviatrix Gateways for highly available and high-performing data planes.
As enterprises increasingly strive to simplify their Multi-Cloud Networking Management, Aviatrix’s MCNA (Multi-Cloud Networking Architecture) has emerged as a leading solution. The MCNA offers a standardized and flexible multi-cloud networking infrastructure that spans regions and clouds with ease. When combined with Aviatrix Edge, enterprises benefit from a dynamic and dedicated data plane, and a wealth of day-2 operational enhancements, including deep visibility, auditing, and troubleshooting capabilities. The standardized and intelligent networking helps bridge skill gaps and advanced security features provide an extra layer of protection to the network. It’s no wonder that so many organizations are turning to Aviatrix’s Multi-Cloud Transit architecture.
However, for organizations that have already deployed cloud networking solutions, the migration process can be perceived daunting, with the fear of risk and the possibility of wanting to revert back to their previous architecture.
In this blog post, I will guide you through the process of migrating from an Azure native vNet hub and spoke architecture to Aviatrix Transit. I will show you how to do so seamlessly and with minimal risk, ensuring a smooth transition to the advanced features and benefits of Aviatrix MCNA.