Improve your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with VyOS
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a set of complementary cloud services that enable you to build and run a wide range of applications and services in a highly available hosted environment. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers high-performance computation capabilities (as physical hardware instances) and storage capacity in a flexible overlay virtual network that is securely accessible from your on-premises network.
A virtual cloud network (VCN) is a customizable and private network in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Just like a traditional data center network, the VCN provides you with complete control over your network environment. This includes assigning your own private IP address space, creating subnets and route tables, and configuring stateful firewalls. A single tenant can have multiple VCNs, providing grouping and isolation of related resources. Oracle’s new 25 Gb network infrastructure offers significantly more bandwidth than most competitors and allows businesses to take full advantage of computing, storage and database services in a cost-effective way.
Common Use Cases
You can deploy VyOS from the Oracle Cloud marketplace without having to worry about additional requirements or hardware specifications.
Best Connection and Support
Interconnection between Oracle Cloud and on-premise networks. Fully configurable IP addresses, subnets, routing and firewalls help support new or existing private networks.
Reliability and Availability
Using VyOS as a firewall for filtering traffic between virtual cloud networks and external resources. Support for high-availability topologies, network address translation with synchronization of connection states.
Confidentiality and Security
Using VyOS as a firewall for filtering traffic between virtual cloud networks and external resources. Multiple security layers, encryption, and private connectivity to other networks and critical Oracle services.
More About VyOS and Oracle Cloud
VyOS is a software router with powerful functionality and wide support of platforms for deploying. It is not limited to hardware solutions and can be easily used on cloud infrastructures, including Oracle Cloud. VyOS can handle static or dynamic routing, firewalls, multiple site interconnection, and many other tasks. The system is highly flexible and backed by the latest open-source solutions.
Oracle Cloud is known as a high-performance environment, featuring high bandwidth, microsecond latency networks and can be used for big data applications with networked storage. VyOS is a flexible system with powerful routing, VPN and firewall functionalities. Uniting them into a single solution gives you a wide range of options to improve your infrastructure.
The combination of a cost-effective cloud solution with an open-source software router makes VyOS the perfect choice for businesses looking for efficiency, scalability and the highest standard of support.
High performance and bandwidth levels within the cloud due to the absence of network or processor oversubscription.
Manage your computing instances and environments with a comfortable web interface and network services with a unified CLI.
Top-level support for your networking services provided by Oracle and VyOS experts.
Easy migration between different types of Compute Shapes using text-based single-file configuration.
Trusted by design: fully open-source VyOS system and isolated network virtualization by Oracle can be trusted to keep your data under your total control. Ability to build and manage high-availability services in Oracle Cloud fault-tolerant multi-region network.
Easy to Deploy
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VyOS provides ready to import images for Oracle Cloud. You have complete flexibility in a deployment configuration with them. Optionally, platform-agnostic ISO images can be used for interactive installation. VyOS can be quickly deployed in any compatible type of Compute Shapes in Oracle Cloud, depending on performance requirements.
Efficient and Versatile
Advanced routing capabilities, multi-protocol VPN and a stateful firewall are only the tip of the iceberg.
- L2TP over IPsec
- GRE / IPsec
- WireGuard VPN Interface
- BGP (IPv4 and IPv6)
- RIP and RIPng
- OSPF (v2 and v3)
- Policy-based routing
Advanced Firewall and NAT:
- Zone-based firewall
- All types of source and destination NAT (one to one, one to many, many to many)