What is IPAM (IP Address Management)?
IPAM (IP Address Management) is the administration of DNS and DHCP, which are the network services that assign and resolve IP addresses to machines in a TCP/IP network. Simply put, IPAM is a means of planning, tracking, and managing the Internet Protocol address space used in a network. Most commonly, tools such as DNS and DHCP are used in tandem to perform this task, though true IPAM will glue these services together so that each is aware of changes in the other (for instance DNS knowing of the IP address taken by a client via DHCP, and updating itself accordingly).
LEARN MORE ABOUT IPAM (IP Address Management) AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
- Best Practices for Successful IP Address Management (IPAM) – White Paper
- Top Reasons Why Enterprises Must Automate DNS, DHCP and IPAM – White Paper
- Infoblox IP Address Management – Visibility, Control & Automation – White Paper
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