Press Coverage

2018

  • CRN

    The inability to easily network in the cloud has been holding companies back, says Palo Alto, Calif., start-up Aviatrix Systems. AWS predicts a huge increase in the number of virtual private clouds over the next three years, and Aviatrix argues that most networking vendors have a blind spot in networking between public clouds.

  • Converge! Network Digest

    “Even using a public cloud vendor’s console—which makes it straightforward to build compute and storage in the public cloud—VPC networking has remained complex, especially as the number of VPCs grow from single digits to many hundreds across the globe,” said Steven Mih, CEO of Aviatrix.

  • Financial News

    This new Aviatrix offering enables organizations to combine the benefits of networking software-as-a-service (SaaS) with the convenience of consolidated payments through their AWS bill.

  • VM Blog

    The Aviatrix Hosted Service offers the same features and functionality as the existing Aviatrix product offering. The difference is that by hosting the Aviatrix Controller, which is a centralized console for building and managing all secure connectivity, companies now have a SaaS-like way to automate the deployment and configuration of Aviatrix Gateways in their own environment.

  • SDxCentral

    Public cloud networking startup Aviatrix today launched a hosted service to build and manage virtual private cloud (VPC) networks in all three major cloud environments: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

  • ChannelE2E

    Eager to fill the void, Aviatrix, a public cloud internetworking company, has launched the Aviatrix Hosted Service. The new Networking-as-a-Service platform can manage peered networks in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform public cloud environments.

  • ChannelE2E

    Aviatrix has launched a hosted service to manage peered networks in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform public cloud environments. The Aviatrix Controller provides a centralized console for managing all secure connectivity, the company claims.

  • IoT Business News

    “Success in IoT starts with the ability to virtualize any physical device and rapidly connect it with other digital services and virtualized devices,” said David Friedman, CEO of Ayla Networks. “Then, the real value of IoT happens when the data from interconnected devices can be ingested into applications and services able to transform the data in ways that support better decisions and drive business outcomes.”

  • IoT Evolution

    “We are excited to work with Ayla to provide companies with the resources needed to succeed when developing connected products,” said Antony Passemard, head of product management, Google Cloud IoT. “Combined with the power of GCP, Ayla’s technology will enable more companies to tap directly into Google Cloud’s renowned application enablement, AI, machine learning and data analytics capabilities to deliver the outcomes that meet their business needs.”

  • IoT Now

    Ayla Networks, whose Internet of Things (IoT) platform-as-a-service (PaaS) delivers industry-leading device virtualisation and management, announced that it will integrate its IoT platform device connectivity and management technologies to Google Cloud Platform (GCP), delivering a powerful end-to-end IoT solution that enables rapid time to market and business value for companies launching connected products.

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