Welcome to the Juniper ATP Appliance vCore for AWS Solution.
Juniper ATP Appliance technology integrates with Amazon Web Services (AWS) by providing Virtual Core images that can be run on the AWS platform. The Virtual Core is provided in an AMI (Amazon Machine Image) format that is launched as an AWS EC2 instance.
An Amazon AMI provides the information required to launch a configured Juniper ATP Appliance vCore instance as a virtual server in the Amazon Cloud. Many Juniper ATP Appliance AMI vCore instances as needed can be launched from an AMI, and vCore instances can be launch from as many different AMIs as needed. The Juniper ATP Appliance vCore AWS solution is both robust and flexible.
With Juniper ATP Appliance vCore for AWS, both the Primary Core (i.e., Core + Central Manager (CM) and the connected Secondary Cores are installed and run from the AWS platform. Each vCore instance status is displayed at the AWS management console, and all connectivity status is shown at the Juniper ATP Appliance CM Web UI.
For example, any connectivity status change between the Primary Core and the Secondary Core(s) is shown in real time. If an AWS Secondary Core instance is stopped, the Secondary Core connectivity status changes to offline at the Juniper ATP Appliance CM Web UI. Likewise, after booting an AWS Secondary Core instance (from the AWS management console), the Secondary Core connectivity status display at the Juniper ATP Appliance Web UI will change to online.
Distributed collectors (local) are connected to the AWS vCore.