F5 and AWS

Applications Delivered. Anywhere, Any Time, On Any Device.

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F5 and AWS

F5 on Amazon Web Services (AWS) helps you rapidly deploy your application workloads when migrating to the cloud. F5’s flexible licensing model allows you to pay as you go and only for what you use. F5 on AWS offers the flexibility and scalability you want, and the control and visibility you need, providing you with the ability to deploy applications quickly with consistent policies across AWS.

F5 BIG-IP offers advanced traffic management, optimization, and security services with a flexible licensing model allowing you to choose the platform with the right-fit offering for your organization. Each virtual edition has been tested and validated on the AWS Cloud, allowing you to confidently deliver the advanced application services that ensure the security, availability, and performance of your mission-critical applications.

F5 Features and Benefits


Hybrid Cloud Confidence


F5 provides critical application delivery services consistently from the data center to the AWS Cloud to help provide your users the availability and performance that they require.

Secure Apps Anywhere


Security capabilities can vary across environments. F5 application protection and security services use deep application intelligence and visibility to provide a consistent level of protection wherever your apps reside.

Increase Business Agility


Using F5 application delivery services across environments gives you the flexibility to scale at will based on shifting hardware, software, and on-demand requirements

Explore F5 and AWS Resources

Solution Overview: F5 and Amazon Web Services


F5 and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have partnered to help you rapidly deploy application workloads without incurring the capital expenditures of new infrastructure. Learn how to deploy and protect your applications in the AWS cloud, simplify migration and deliver applications on demand.

Case Study: Agility and Robust Security in the AWS Cloud


F5 and AWS streamlined the process of provisioning virtual environments for its agile web team. By deploying an F5 solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS), the organization sped deployment, decreased time to market, and boosted efficiency—while maintaining the same robust security policies used on-premises.

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Webinar: Secure and Maintain Control of your Application Data


Organizations are searching for a solution that allows them to rapidly deliver their applications with the same secure access and data security services without incurring the cost of a new infrastructure. F5 offers a flexible licensing model, allowing you to choose the best fit for your organization to help protect your applications and maintain control over your data through the migration process.

Join F5 and AWS to learn how they helped American Motor Association strengthen their app security using strong access control and application layer firewall services.

Join us to learn:

• How to control application access through identity federation

• Best practices for detecting and preventing application-layer attacks

• How to extend authorization beyond user ID, including location, reputation, and device



Who should attend:

Cloud Owners, Cloud Architect, Enterprise Architects, Senior Technical Managers in Networking and Operations

Topic:

F5 Secure Access and Data Security Services

Presenters:

Nick Matthews, Solution Architect,
Amazon Web Services

Robert Haynes, Solution Architect,
F5 Networks

Date & Time:

On-Demand

Learn More:

AWS Shared Responsibility Model


When deploying systems in the AWS Cloud, AWS helps by sharing the security responsibilities with you. AWS manages the underlying infrastructure, and you can secure anything you deploy on AWS. Learn more about the AWS Shared Responsibility Model.