Yes. Sandfly is designed to run across multiple distributed and secured network segments easily.

Sandfly uses a server/node architecture. The nodes can each have a named queue to service where they reside and traffic is routed automatically to them as needed. For instance, you can have nodes inside AWS, Azure, and on-prem. They can each operate inside firewall perimeters and pass back results to the server without issue.

We also support SSH jump hosts so you can have Sandfly nodes outside controlled zones and use them to access these areas like other operators. You can even chain jump hosts together to move inside tightly controlled perimeters if needed through multiple hops.