Infoblox Inc. today announced that it has been selected to deliver essential domain name system (DNS) resolution, IP address assignment (DHCP) and IP address management (IPAM) services for the VMworld® 2011 show network. At the show, the next-generation network will demonstrate how it can support thousands of physical and virtual devices and provide the necessary resiliency to manage the constant change seen in real-world scenarios. Infoblox GridTM technology was selected by VMware because of its unique ability to deliver cost-effective, highly automated, resilient and scalable IPAM services.
As a VMware-Ready™ certified company and a VMware TAP Elite Partner since 2007, Infoblox has teamed with VMware to build combined solutions that deliver network infrastructure automation, visibility and resiliency to best support dynamic virtual server infrastructure and eliminate network delays caused by manually created management tasks. With Infoblox solutions providing integrated network automation, enterprises can realize the full potential of their virtualization initiatives.
To learn more about Infoblox’s participation at VMworld® 2011, visit booth #1421 or attend one of the VMware Integration Engineering team presentations at the show.
For more Information about Infoblox IPAM and Virtualization, visit: https://www.infoblox.com/en/solutions/technology-solutions/virtualization.html.
Infoblox is an industry leading developer of network infrastructure automation and control solutions. Infoblox’s unique technologies, including the Infoblox Grid™—a real-time, data distribution technology—increase network availability and control, while automating time-consuming manual tasks associated with network infrastructure services like domain name resolution (DNS), IP address management (IPAM), network change and configuration management (NCCM) and network discovery, among others. Infoblox IPv6-ready solutions are used by over 5,000 organizations worldwide, including more than one third of the Fortune 500. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., and operates in more than 30 countries.