At netJoints, we discuss various technical subjects including data centers, virtualization, networking and cloud computing. This blog also shares the experiences of building Multi-Cloud Networking and Security architectures. The contributor of this site is Shahzad Ali.
Networks joining together to form world-class networking and security architectures.
Shahzad’s passion and experience is to take products and ideas from concept to market success. He is obsessed with helping customers solve their business challenges through innovative ideas and cutting-edge technologies.
Shahzad is a sought-after public speaker and has presented at conferences across the globe. He has been an academic guest lecturer at the graduate level on various topics related to cloud computing and data center designs.
Previously he worked in Cisco Systems and VMware in various roles. He is currently associated with Aviatrix – the leader in Multi-Cloud Networking and Security space.
Aviatrix Security Features
Aviatrix is modern born in the cloud for the cloud security platform. Unlike legacy vendors, Aviatrix Security is bolted on the platform itself. It is a pervasive security platform that also provides a framework for other vendors to integrate. This in turn provides the best possible security posture for the enterprises.
GCP Native Networking & Security Constraints
GCP Global VPC is a great technology and really a powerful concept but it is not a good design choice for enterprise networks. It is a loaded statement. First, let us understand GCP Global VPC.
Lab 6 – GCP Remote User VPN / Client VPN
An important security requirement for GCP VPCs is to effectively control remote user access in a policy based manner. The cloud and the COVID-19 pandemic makes most users “remote.” Not only for employees who are out of the office, the “remote” label can be applied to developers, contractors, and partners whether they’re in the office or around the globe.