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Glasnostic for AWS Gateway Load Balancer

Observe, diagnose and control your VPC traffic
The graphic explain how Amazon Web Services’ Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) works with Glasnostic

Amazon Web Services’ Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) is an exciting new service that allows third-party vendors to provide innovative network functions in a scalable and fault-tolerant way, without complex configuration and mixed administrative domains. GWLB does this by combining a Layer 3 gateway to ensure that packets can be routed without rewriting with a Layer 4 load balancer that provides scaling, stickiness and health checks.

GWLB lets customers consume pure, "bump-in-the-wire" network functions such as Glasnostic as a service, with a single click.

With Glasnostic for AWS GWLB, customers with complex and dynamic VPCs can detect and respond to unpredictable and disruptive traffic patterns, automatically and in real-time.

Glasnostic monitoring ingress and egress traffic to and from two instances within a VPC
Glasnostic monitoring ingress (cyan) and egress (green) traffic to and from two instances within a VPC. Note the large number of uninvited ingress connections.
How does Glasnostic show your VPC traffic?

By using our virtual routers, DevOps, SRE and security teams can see all the ingress and egress traffic to and from instances within the VPC.

Why is that important?

AWS customers with complex and evolving VPC configurations can detect and respond to unpredictable traffic patterns by applying a number of effective and predictable control primitives, with one click, automatically and in real-time. As a result, disruptions are prevented and operators can deliver the digital experience that the business needs.

What are the functionalities of Glasnostic traffic control?

Operators at enterprises, cloud and managed service providers rely on Glasnostic to remediate disruptive service interactions, prevent cascading failures and ensure continued application uptime.

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