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Enhance Networking Capabilities on
AWS with Mantalus MINT

Leverage Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enhance your organization’s networking capabilities

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AWS Networking Solutions

AWS offers a variety of networking solutions to help you get the most out of AWS and your IT environment. Most of these solutions fall into the following categories:

  • Network Monitoring – Log and monitor network traffic and set alerts for abnormal traffic patterns

  • Load Balancing – Optimize network traffic and application loads to utilize infrastructure more efficiently

  • VPN – Privately connect to AWS and other assets, and centralize connectivity, without using secure encryption

  • Routing – Efficiently direct network traffic to the correct asset anywhere on your network

  • SD-WAN – Reduce or eliminate your reliance on MPLS networks with SD-WAN capabilities

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Networking on AWS

AWS provides organizations around the globe with the benefits of the AWS Cloud including improved connectivity, performance, flexibility, scalability, and availability. These benefits extend into AWS’ networking capabilities, which in turn enable you to connect to your AWS environment remotely. Further, you can improve the connectivity between your remote office locations around the globe by leveraging AWS services such as AWS Direct Connect, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), and more. By leveraging AWS for your IT environment, you can quickly scale out your network to boost application and end user experience through improved performance and connectivity.

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Key Networking Services on AWS

Amazon VPC

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) is a logically isolated section of your cloud environment where you can launch AWS resources in a virtual network. You have complete control over your virtual networking environment, including selection of your own IP address range, creation of subnets, and configuration of route tables and network gateways.

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