While the U.S. Department of Defense is protecting America, who’s protecting their network? Infoblox is. We can’t say which group within the DoD we’re working with, but we can say that we’re honored by the assignment—and their willingness to let us talk about it.
You can read the full case study on Infoblox.com, but here it is in summary: Like many organizations, this team needed to deploy new virtualized servers quickly and to unify its DNS management tools. They wanted to offer employees single sign-on capabilities using role-based access. And, looking toward the future, they wanted to lay the foundation for an elastic private cloud.
They deployed fifteen Infoblox 1410 appliances, six physical and nine virtual, to support their DDI needs. The results: a single source of IP address management (IPAM) information for troubleshooting and new development; better visibility into changes made on the network; integration with Microsoft Active Directory and VMware vCloud and vCenter; and best of all, increased productivity.
As the IT architect who worked with us said, the difference between the time they spent working on IP management before and now is “night and day.”
And by the way—on the topic of VMware, visit Infoblox at booth 2517 at VMworld, and see how Infoblox integrates with VMware’s virtualization and cloud technologies for unprecedented control of cloud and hybrid cloud environments. We’ll be on hand at VMworld from August 30 to September 3 in San Francisco. See you there!