Virtual Airwall

Simple Ssegmentation and access
for data center workloads

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Secure connectivity for your
virtualization infrastructure

Superior control and security for your data center

The Airwall for Virtual serves as a gateway for workload access and segmentation. It enables secure VM access control, workload migration, data backup, and micro-services integration.

Peering and micro-segmenting private instances within and across data centers is now easy to orchestrate, with consistent policy across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. This significantly reduces the overall attack surface at a lower cost than traditional IT solutions such as NSX.

Deployment options

Deployment options

VMware

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ESXi 6.0 and Above

Microsoft Hyper-V

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2012 R2, 2016

VMware

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ESXi 6.0 and Above

Microsoft Hyper-V

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2012 R2, 2016

Software defined data center

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An Airwall makes it easy to control the growing amount of lateral communication that occurs between servers within data centers. You can now secure north-south and east-west traffic across Wi-Fi, cellular, and Ethernet networks while eliminating the complexity and insecurity of internal firewalls, VLANs, and ACLs. Unlike other SDN offerings, you can now also connect your physical IoT environments just as easily, with the same security context.

“Virtual Airwalls helped us securely connect and segment our virtualization infrastructure with the rest of our network, and build micro-segments for all our vendors for remote access. We can now also instantly move traffic flows from physical to virtual servers, and vice versa, without relying on DNS or slow and often unreliable routing convergence across our global MPLS network.”

Chief Infrastructure Architect,
Global Software Company

Peering, migration and failover made simple

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Using traditional IT solutions, system failover is dependent upon either routing convergence or DNS. However, due to the complexity, failover is typically configured at a network level and not at the individual machine level.

With the Virtual Airwall, failover is now instant and verifiable, and can easily be applied to a single discreet instance or an entire data center, without the complexity of managing IP namespace collisions or DNS namespace errors.

Peering, migration and failover made simple

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Using traditional IT solutions, system failover is dependent upon either routing convergence or DNS. However, due to the complexity, failover is typically configured at a network level and not at the individual machine level.

With the Virtual Airwall, failover is now instant and verifiable, and can easily be applied to a single discreet instance or an entire data center, without the complexity of managing IP namespace collisions or DNS namespace errors.

Hybrid cloud simplified and hardened

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Organizations are increasingly adopting a combination of both private and public cloud technologies to run their mix of application workloads. Traditional networking and security controls for access and segmentation are not only inconsistent across private and public clouds, but too complex to maintain at scale. An Airwall makes it easy to micro-segment workloads and containers across corporate networks, separate public cloud availability zones and regions as well as between cloud providers.