Connecting your Virtual Private Cloud Environment(s) to your existing corporate network topology takes capability and understanding.
When it comes to your critical workloads in-cloud, we don’t think a single path of interconnect is enough. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection to your VPC may be a dual tunnel affair on the AWS side, but it’s a single router on your client premises side — and that’s a single point of failure (SPOF). We’re experienced in using a combination of AWS Direct Connect fibre, and multiple VPNs to mesh together multiple paths of interconnect to create fault tolerant connectivity to the AWS Cloud.
Even offline, we’re experienced with using AWS Snowball to shift large volumes of data from on-premises, to on-cloud, via a courier or postal service. The Snowball service even encrypts your data at rest to give you peace of mind that your data is not accessed while being moved and to meet regulatory compliance requirements.
- Connectivity strategy; planning the network connectivity for your cloud based, and physical locations
- Connectivity review & assist; review usage, investigate issues and recommend any changes; covers both on-site to on-cloud, VPC Transit Gateway and VPC Peering, Region to Region, across account, and between enterprises