Enterprises can make their cloud environments user-centric by bringing applications closer to their users rather than bringing users to the applications.
They can quickly deploy the applications in different instances and in turn reduce latency and provide the best user experience.
One of the examples focuses on an employee who is often out of the office and accesses the cloud from mobile devices or through more public access points such as Starbucks Wi Fi.
It is important for this user to be able to access the cloud directly but doing so through public access points might risk exposure to a variety of security risks.
It creates central "one-pane-glass" management for the entire cloud network because of a loosely coupled software-defined architecture and native integration with AWS and Azure.
This enables hybrid cloud, L2 bridging, policy-based secure routing, VPNs, network address translation (NAT), multi-factor authentication (MFA), logging, and encrypted multi-cloud peering.
In this case study, Aviatrix addresses this issue, explaining how use of the Aviatrix solution solves potential problems without limiting how mobile users can do their work as effectively and efficiently as they would from a more controlled environment.
Jump hosts and SSH access are eliminated, allowing developers to access your VPC network safely using a secure (bank grade) channel over the internet.
Aviatrix reduces the time, complexity and cost that is needed to build multi-site, multi-cloud hybrid clouds.
The software-defined architecture provides deep integration with AWS or Azure services to deliver a loosely coupled, scalable, flexible, and highly accessible cloud network.
Authorization is centralized and user profiles manage entitlement to prevent the incidence of insider hacks.