Press Coverage

2018

  • Electronic Engineering Journal

    Ayla Networks was the first IoT company we talked about way back when. Ayla brings a couple of capabilities to this problem for those doing their own thing with either WiFi or cellular. Why would you code-your-own when Ayla already makes modules that are prêt-à-porter?

  • TechTarget

    Aviatrix is one of a host of third-party networking services that IT teams can use to simplify complex multi-cloud deployments and supplement AWS-native tools. Enterprise cloud usage has evolved at a stunning rate, and now, the proliferation of workloads across multiple cloud platforms has created new networking challenges.

  • Embedded.com

    The Internet of Things (IoT) involves a number of steps and complexities, each with multiple design decisions and trade-offs. For most connected devices, the first step is enabling connectivity between the physical object—the IoT ‘thing’—and the Internet, using an embedded wireless IoT module.

  • Threat Stack

    The most under-used and under-appreciated metric in AWS security is the amount of egress traffic leaving AWS VPCs that’s headed for unauthorized internet sites. The reason this metric is under used is that internet-bound VPC egress traffic has been a blind spot for organizations with more than a few VPCs, typically due to restrictions on how that egress traffic could be managed. Filtering traffic based on specified IP addresses provided limited visibility or involved potentially costly deployment of a separate firewall for each VPC.

  • IT Briefcase

    If you have connectivity with one or more data centers, you are likely using the AWS recommended Global Transit Network architecture. In this design, organizations typically use AWS Direct Connect or IPSec VPN connectivity to enable traffic from their private, on-premises data center to their AWS cloud, and specifically to their Global Transit Hub VPC.

  • Alica Bale

    Have you ever taken the opportunity to think about something from a completely different perspective? Or seen someone experience something you have seen through new eyes? It’s not easy for sure. But it is a very enlightening experience that can help you understand why people sometimes see things entirely differently even when presented with the same information.

  • Embedded Computing Design

    Internet of Things (IoT) developers have a choice of approaches for creating connectivity to IoT clouds, each with different advantages and trade-offs. How can you tell which option is the best one?

  • IT Pro Portal

    VPC egress traffic has become a blind spot for cloud and IT teams, making it nearly impossible for cloud engineers to distinguish between legitimate and illegitimate destinations.

  • Embedded Computing Design

    Internet of Things (IoT) developers have a choice of approaches for creating connectivity to IoT clouds, each with different advantages and trade-offs. How can you tell which option is the best one?

  • IOTEVOLUTIONWORLD

    It’s easy to focus on the transformational potential promised by Internet of Things (IoT) data, applications, and services. After all, the excitement of IoT-enabled digital business transformation happens at the 10,000-foot level. But don’t be tempted to skip ahead before paying attention to all the seemingly mundane ‘foundationware’—i.e., bottom-layer—decisions.

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