Extend your existing network and security practices into the AWS environment without compromising performance or compliance.
By leveraging the Juniper Networks’ offerings available in the AWS Marketplace, Enterprise architects can provide network connectivity and security policy enforcement that exactly mirrors what they do in their private clouds. They can extend their existing network and security operational practices into the AWS environment, without compromising performance or compliance. And as their operational practices evolve to a fully automated NetSecDevOps model, they can leverage the rich Junos® automation framework as well as the tight integration that Juniper Networks has built with the native AWS automation tools.
Day One: Amazon Web Services with vSRX Cookbook provides a hands-on introduction to public cloud building using things you already know, like Junos and vSRX. Follow along on AWS as you build the basics and then build out your network services.
IT’S DAY ONE AND YOU HAVE A JOB TO DO, SO LEARN HOW TO:
• Provision Junos on AWS
• Launch a Juniper instance on AWS
• Launch Juniper instances using Ansible Playbook
• Set up AWS for CloudFormation templates
• Launch a Juniper instance with Terraform
• Use dual vSRX/vMX spokes with on-box Python and Terraform templates
• Transit VPC deployment using CloudFormation templates
• Build a Multi-Region Full Mesh Transit VPC
• Extend Your data center
• Enable Adaptive Security with SDSN
About the Authors
Chirag Patel currently works as a Sr. Global Architect focusing on SDN, Cloud, and Security Solutions and has been with Juniper Networks for over 8 years. He holds a number of Juniper Certifications and a number of vendor-neutral certifications such as CISSP, LPI, Open Networking Foundation SDN, and OpenStack.
Ali Bidabadi has more than a decade of experience designing and building SDN / NFV products in public and private clouds. Ali is currently a Cloud Security Architect at Juniper Networks, where he designs and develops security solutions in the public cloud Marketplaces to address customer pain points. Prior to joining Juniper, Ali worked at Nephelo, a Cisco internal startup, where he helped design and develop an NFV-based orchestration platform for Cisco’s Mobility Core Business (MCBU). He was a senior engineer at Intel Security Controller team (ISC) before joining Cisco, where he worked on the L4-7 integration of Intel Security IPS with VMware NSX, Cisco ACI, and OpenStack/ODL platforms.
Charlie Chang-Hyun Kim has 30 years of networking and automation experience. He is currently a Professional Services Consultant at Juniper Networks, where he works with cloud solutions worldwide.
Lionel Ruggeri builds public and private networks for Financial Enterprise, Government, and Service Providers as a Professional Services Solution Architect at Juniper Networks with more than 20 years of experience. He has consulted with many of Juniper’s major customers and has specialized in data center / cloud and WAN transformation with a scope ranging from technology decision making, architecture, and design, to execution of network deployment and migration within complex and sensitive environments. Prior to Juniper, Lionel worked as technical lead on MPLS and Internet architecture and operations for several Service Providers. He graduated from a French engineering school specializing in Telecom & Networking.
Peter Cucinell is a Cloud Business Development Lead working cross organizationally to facilitate Juniper Networks software subscriptions sales and its growing presence in Public Cloud Marketplaces. Peter has many years of experience in Networking and Security in both technical and sales aspects of the business. His experience includes working with Web Services companies and large Service Providers.
Scott Sneddon is Senior Director and Chief Evangelist, Cloud and SDN at Juniper Networks where he spends most of his time evangelizing the benefits of Cloud adoption and Software Defined Networking. His background is in architecting large scale Cloud environments and data center networks. He was talking about SDN before SDN was cool.
Tony Boerema is a professional Multicloud Services Architect who partners with executives to understand the subtleties of developing, implementing, and sustaining large complex systems. He has spent decades as a passionate customer advocate supporting cutting edge technologies with a track record of developing and leveraging highly-skilled technical teams. Tony has worked for a wide spectrum of small enterprise to top tier service providers as is currently a Practice Architect for Cloud Technologies at Juniper Networks.
Adam Grochowski has 20 years of experience working with internet and various communications providers. He is currently a Cloud Architect at Juniper Networks, where he works with organizations across the US to help them bring their SDN, NFV and virtualized datacenter plans to fruition. Prior to working at Juniper, Adam was the lead network security architect at a major metropolitan area hospital and held key engineering positions in an East Coast ISP/CLEC. He most recently worked at a large managed services provider as an architect, building managed and public multi-tenant cloud offerings.