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AWS Cloud WAN: Aruba extends network segmentation into cloud

This latest integration with AWS Cloud WAN changes the game for enterprises looking to maximise flexibility and reduce operational complexity while strengthening security posture within their cloud-centric WAN deployments

A Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, Aruba, today announced Aruba SD-WAN support and integration with Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) new AWS Cloud WAN, an innovative cloud networking service introduced at AWS re:Invent. To create advanced WAN topologies with integrated network segmentation that aligns seamlessly with the Aruba SD-WAN fabric, this new solution will enable Aruba customers to use the policy-based framework of AWS Cloud WAN. Now, across the AWS cloud, all the advantages of network segmentation at the edge, in the LAN and WAN, can be extended from headquarters and branches.

Organisations want the most flexible and modern SD-WAN solution that lets them achieve the highest return on cloud investments through better economics, control, reliability, and performance as organisations are increasingly utilising the cloud to host their business applications. Of equal importance, to build more flexible and secure enterprise WANs, these organisations want to leverage cloud infrastructures like the AWS global network.

Making Aruba SD-WAN the cloud onramp of choice for cloud-first enterprises, Aruba now supports the widest range of integrations with AWS with this latest development. This year’s re:Invent marks the third year in a row that Aruba has been a launch affiliate for new AWS network services. In 2020, Aruba announced support for AWS Transit Gateway Connect and in 2019; Aruba launched API-based automation with AWS Transit Gateway Network Manager.

Allowing users to easily integrate their SD-WAN with a wide range of hybrid and multi-cloud services, Aruba’s SD-WAN solutions, an integral part of Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform), provide enterprises with a sophisticated, flexible on-ramp to AWS network services. From the edge to and through the AWS global backbone network, Aruba’s integration with AWS Cloud WAN provides complete support for cloud connectivity use cases which extend LAN/WAN network segmentation and traffic isolation.

The benefits of LAN/WAN segmentation with AWS Cloud WAN include:

  • Improved network security from edge to cloud: Easily segmenting users, devices, applications, and WAN services into secure end-to-end zones in compliance with predefined security policies, regulatory mandates, and business intent provides consistent security policies and automated enforcement across the enterprise. Fine-grained LAN segmentation is translated to course-grained, VRF-like private network segments that extend across the AWS Cloud WA
  • Faster spin-up of new branch sites and cloud VPCs: The integrated solution, combined with the new “one-click” EdgeConnect VPC instantiation, automates network deployments, removing the complexity associated with manual, step-by-step configuration of the SD-WAN (IPSec tunnels, segmentation, route tables, and VRFs) with the common AWS Core Network Policy, which can be time-consuming and error-pron

Organisations can now extend policy-based network segmentation from the branch edge – which spans the campus, branch, micro-branch, and remote worker solutions – into the AWS global network. Aruba SD-WAN integration with AWS Cloud WAN is enabled through Aruba Orchestrator and Aruba Central, making it easy to deploy, manage, and operate sophisticated WAN networks over AWS. Aruba Orchestrator now also supports automated “one-click” deployment of EdgeConnect SD-WAN instances directly into AWS VPC’s. This new automation capability is seamlessly integrated with EdgeConnect’s zero-touch provisioning workflow, and further simplifies the deployment and commissioning process for solutions using Cloud WAN.

“This latest integration with AWS Cloud WAN changes the game for enterprises looking to maximise flexibility and reduce operational complexity while strengthening security posture within their cloud-centric WAN deployments”, said David Hughes, chief product and technology officer at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. “Integrations like these play an important role within Aruba ESP by enabling edge-to-cloud security for organisations as they adopt a Zero Trust SASE approach, while maximising choice and flexibility as they implement their cloud strategy”.

The new Aruba SD-WAN solution with AWS Cloud WAN will be previewed at AWS re:Invent, with general availability anticipated in 2022.

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