Connecting your Virtual Private Cloud Environment(s) to your existing corporate network topology takes capability and understanding.
Corporations often have multiple points of presence, and a combination of technologies that connect these together.
When it comes to your critical workloads in-cloud, we don't think a single path of interconnect is enough. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection to your VPC may be a dual tunnel affair on the AWS side, but it’s a single router on your client premises side — and that's a single point of failure (SPOF). We're experienced in using a combination of AWS Direct Connect fibre, and multiple VPNs to mesh together multiple paths of interconnect to create fault tolerant connectivity to the AWS Cloud.
Even offline; we're experienced with using AWS Snowball to shift large volumes of data from on-premise, to on-cloud, via a courier or postal service. The Snowball service even encrypts your data at rest, which is... err... literally in transit).