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SocGen has 24 on-premise Symphony clusters and is deploying Symphony application clients on public cloud (AWS). To prevent from any intrusion risk, SG CISO expects to have an HTTP proxy between the cloud and the clusters to enable deep flow inspection at application level. This proxy will be hosted in SG on protected hardware (network, etc). WebService are required between AWS clients and the proxy at cluster side. Between proxy and SD/SSM, protocols are not restricted, so Symphony protocol can be used. SocGen needs Symphony to provide a HTTP proxy component so the AWS clients can interact with the on-premise clusters with a set of WebService APIs. The expected APIs are listed in below use case section.
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