The work you all have done with this project is outstanding! And as I continue to get more and more involved with using these appliances for projects and customers, the more I realize and appreciate the value and power of these quick turn-key deployments, not to mention the ability to start with a base appliance and tailor it for the specific task or customer at hand.
That being said, I have been using TKL, the hub, and the TKLBAM functions quite a bit. The one thing I am wondering about, that I don't see any discussions or direction on is TKL's ability to integrate with the other AWS feature sets -- specifically for this post, I am curious about how TKL can (if possible?) use AWS's virtual private cloud features.
One of the huge values of these appliances is the ability to deploy them quickly and scale quickly as customers needs change and increase (or decrease.) Some of these being public facing makes sense, but some of these services need to be private and "non-routable." The way I see AWS and TKL is, it's a tremendous tool for services providers and managed services providers to have essentially a virtual data center without the cost of building out their own. But in order to really accomplish that, building these systems out inside a private cloud, such as VPC, is a necessity. (At least that’s how I see it, but maybe I am wrong.)
Can anyone enlighten me and educate me on the ability (or inability) for the HUB to also use AWS's VPC in order to build out a virtual data center and inside a private cloud at AWS?
Thanks in advance, and again fantastic work!