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What is the AWS outposts offering

AWS Outposts is a hybrid cloud solution that allows using AWS services on premises.
An Outpost is a rack with servers on customer premises acting as a shard of AWS and managed from its admin interface.
It allows running AWS services locally and gives the possibility to connect to a broad range of services in the local AWS Region.

You can use an Outposts rack in different ways

To support your applications that have low latency or local data processing requirements
To support your applications that have low latency or local data processing requirements
To securely store and process customer data that needs to remain on premises or in countries where there is no AWS Region
To securely store and process customer data that needs to remain on premises or in countries where there is no AWS Region
To run AWS Services on premises
To run AWS Services on premises
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AWS Outpost provides

  • A large array of custom compute, memory and storage options that allow you to build the right configuration for your applications.

    A large array of custom compute, memory and storage options that allow you to build the right configuration for your applications.

  • Single programming interface: APIs and CLI tools that work with AWS services in the cloud also work with Outposts.

    Single programming interface: APIs and CLI tools that work with AWS services in the cloud also work with Outposts.

  • Health and performance metrics that you can monitor from the AWS Console.

    Health and performance metrics that you can monitor from the AWS Console.

  • Native access to additional AWS services.

    Native access to additional AWS services.

  • Fully managed infrastructure

    Fully managed infrastructure.

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How VyOS helps you keep an AWS Outpost secure and connected

Industry-standard site-to-site IPsec and VTI protocols can be used to connect to other AWS regions and other clouds.

Industry-standard site-to-site IPsec and VTI protocols can be used to connect to other AWS regions and other clouds.

Support for BGP allows exchanging routes with AWS and other clouds, either over VPN tunnels or AWS Direct Connect links.

Support for BGP allows exchanging routes with AWS and other clouds, either over VPN tunnels or AWS Direct Connect links.

VyOS also supports a variety of VPN protocols for connecting to existing on-premises installations and third-party services, including OpenVPN, WireGuard, and DMVPN.

VyOS also supports a variety of VPN protocols for connecting to existing on-premises installations and third-party services, including OpenVPN, WireGuard, and DMVPN.

VyOS supports multiple other features including other dynamic routing protocols, remote access VPN servers, and more, so it can serve as an enterprise router in the cloud easily.

VyOS supports multiple other features including other dynamic routing protocols, remote access VPN servers, and more, so it can serve as an enterprise router in the cloud easily.

Cloud networking needs

Despite the benefits, we should not forget about cloud-specific networking needs. Cloud applications need to be connected to other clouds and on-premises installations, and cloud routers need to integrate with the cloud to be easy to deploy.

Benefits of AWS Outposts

Data residency

Data residency

There may be legal or practical reasons to keep data in a particular country or state. With AWS Outposts, you can choose where your workloads run. You can also easily move your data between cloud regions and Outposts, so it’s easy to keep up with regulatory changes.

Latency requirements

Latency requirements

One of the most common challenges in migration to the cloud is migrating latency-sensitive applications. With AWS Outposts you can keep latency-sensitive components on premises — indefinitely or until you are ready to migrate.

Local data processing

Local data processing

Large data lakes, such as training data sets for machine learning, can be difficult to migrate to the cloud due to cost, size, or bandwidth constraints. With AWS Outposts you can make on-premises data available to cloud applications and keep it there or migrate it gradually.

VyOS — a unified network OS for all platforms

The goal of VyOS is to be as flexible as possible and cover a wide variety of platforms and use cases. You can deploy it in many other environments apart from AWS EC2 and AWS Outposts and save on personnel training and maintenance by using the same network OS in all roles and places. That includes:

On-premises, bare metal hardware — from small boxes to large servers.
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  • Supermicro
  • Dell EMC
Virtual machines running in KVM, Xen, VMware, or Microsoft Hyper-V.
  • KVM
  • Microsoft
  • Oracle
Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and Oracle Cloud.
  • Azure
  • Google Cloud
  • AWS

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