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Your organisation is moving not just to the cloud, but to multi-cloud. How well you thrive in a cloud-driven world depends on the core network services that make all network connections possible—DNS, DHCP, and IP address management, collectively known as DDI. Smartly managing DDI across on-premises, virtual and cloud infrastructure is more critical than ever. And yet it’s become increasingly complex. Infoblox DDI brings next-level simplicity, security, reliability and automation to traditional networks, as well as digital transformations like SD-WAN, multi-cloud and IoT.



Strengthen and Optimize Your Security Posture from the Foundation


In today’s era of digital transformation, connectivity is ubiquitous. Unfortunately, so are cyberthreats. They cause costly business disruptions that impact brand. Stopping them, however, is becoming harder and harder. Together with ever-evolving threats, the rising adoption of SD-WAN, the cloud and IoT pose significant security challenges. At the same time, your security teams struggle with tool overload, siloed solutions, manual processes, a daily deluge of alerts and staff shortages.


How can you effectively secure your increasingly borderless network, protect your brand, do more with less and achieve cost efficiency? By putting your security on a solid foundation—one that you already rely on every day.


Infoblox provides foundational security that works with your existing security infrastructure to help you detect threats sooner, stop them faster and optimize the performance of your entire security stack. Infoblox Next-Level Security is based on the common denominator that runs your network and makes digital business possible—core network services. These services, which include DNS, DHCP and IP address management, make the ideal foundation for security because they are ubiquitous in networks, are close to the endpoints, can accommodate 200 times more threat indicators than traditional security technologies and are as endlessly scalable as the Internet itself.


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