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Infoblox boasts possessing nearly 50 percent of the market share for DDI. They aim to provide organizations the flexibility to deploy DDI in ways that meet their precise needs—as rugged on-premises appliances and applications with built-in cloud integration and as virtual appliances managed completely in the cloud.
Infoblox applications and appliances are uniquely able to support all your DDI demands—today and down the road.
Using Infoblox DDI IT teams can:
- Consolidate DNS, DHCP and IP address management into a single platform, deployed on-site and managed from a common console
- Enhance cloud-based application performance for branch offices and remote sites with the industry’s first cloud-managed DDI platform
- Access rich, integrated Reporting and Analytics capabilities for capacity planning, asset management, compliance control and auditing
- Supported: Centrally manage and automate all aspects of DNS
- Supported: Provision and manage vast numbers of IP addresses
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||0%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||0%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||100%|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux|
- Infoblox DDI helps us with our DNS requests for internal and external networks
- It helps us do IPAM functionality
- It helps us with serving DHCP to the network sites and datacenters
- The Infoblox DDI grid VMs require too much space, Processor, and memory, It needs to be skimmed a bit.
- The OS used is NIOS and has very limited operations we can do on it. It adds a limitation to being scanned for vulnerabilities.
- The support and migration require too much work and downtime.
- Excellent IPAM server
- Resilient server that stays online
- Native logging capabilities could be better
- User interface is a little laggy
- DNS management.
- Integration with Active Directory, and a viable replacement for MS IP address management.
- Good for visually representing the DHCP lease space.
- Reporting is an add-on feature, which requires another system. The basics are free.
- Network systems management and reporting is another add-on. However, this is significantly expensive.
- The pricing structure is somewhat ridiculous. It's the least expensive system for a duel site. It has 10s of thousands (for a full feature IP tool), but in our case is crazy expensive.
This is a tool that is well suited for complex large infrastructures, and is not intended for small enterprises based on their pricing structure.
- It creates and manages DHCP scopes very well.
- It identifies scope usage at a glance very well.
- It's very reliable and requires almost no maintenance to keep up and running.
- The interface is a little dated.
- Some data entry can be more difficult than it has to be.
- Installation could be a bit more streamlined than it currently is.