Modernizing Core Network Services to Support Cloud-First Networking
The increased adoption of cloud-based infrastructure has fundamentally shifted enterprise networks. As enterprises continue to rely on multiple cloud-based platforms they further operational complexity. Decentralization is also accelerating as workers and their devices have become more distributed than ever within the past two years. Technology can help overcome these challenges.
This cloud-first paradigm requires a new cloud-first approach to network management. The right technology can help support decentralized networks while also maintaining visibility and security. Cloud-managed DDI —integrated DNS, DHCP and IPAM — can increase both reliability and consistency, as well as be a critical building block for network transformation goals.
Join Infoblox and IDC Research Manager Brandon Butler to learn more about:
- How enterprises have lost oversight of visibility and control as applications and devices have become more distributed
- How centralized visibility in a decentralized world is a challenge
- How core network services, such as cloud-managed DDI, provide a centralized platform for regaining visibility, automation and control in a hyper-distributed world