Infrastructure & DevOps Modernization
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Learn about some of the features of AWS Transit Gateway, a high powered hub router offered by AWS that opens the doors to a wide variety of network architectures.
AWS Transit Gateway is a high powered hub router in AWS. It works really well and AWS keeps coming out with more features that open the doors for a lot of different network architectures, unblocking a lot of these larger enterprise customers that may have been uncertain about adopting the cloud. Now they're able to because they can construct a network architecture that really suits their unique needs.
The service enables the ability to connect, not just different AWS environments, but to connect on-premises, to expose private endpoints privately, potentially to your customers if you're a SaaS provider. AWS might have built these features for a particular customer, but then everybody gets to benefit from them.
It also offers features like SD-WAN connectivity straight into AWS Transit Gateway. You can terminate VPNs right on AWS Transit Gateway as well. Direct Connect gateways can now be extended with the transit VIF right on Transit Gateway. More recently, you can now peer two AWS Transit Gateways within a single region, whereas before it was just inter-region peering. So there are just many more possibilities now, making networking more sophisticated and powerful.
As Caylent's VP of Customer Solutions, Mark leads a team that's entrusted with envisioning and proposing solutions to an infinite variety of client needs. He's passionate about helping clients transform and leverage AWS services to accelerate their objectives. He applies curiosity and a systems thinking mindset to find the optimal balance among technical and business requirements and constraints. His 20+ years of experience spans team leadership, technical sales, consulting, product development, cloud adoption, cloud native development, and enterprise-wide as well as line of business solution architecture and software development from Fortune 500s to startups. He recharges outdoors - you might find him and his wife climbing a rock, backpacking, hiking, or riding a bike up a road or down a mountain.View Mark's articles
Starting February 1, 2024, AWS will implement a significant pricing change: a charge of $0.005 per IP per hour for all public IPv4 addresses. Understanding and strategically preparing for this rollout is vital to minimize its impact on your applications and services.
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