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Infoblox Inc. develops, markets, and sells automated network control solutions worldwide. Its appliance-based solution combines real-time IP address management with the automation of network control, and network change and configuration management processes in physical and virtual appliances. The company offers Trinzic DDI, an appliance designed to ensure the continuous operation of network control; Network Insight that provides automated discovery, and switch port inventory and control; IPAM for Microsoft, a Web-based management interface for the centralized management of DNS, DHCP, and multiple IP address pools; and Trinzic Reporting that automates time-consuming manual tasks associated with collecting, tabulating, and correlating data through single point of control. It also offers Load Balancer Manager to automatically discover and manage load balancers; Advanced DNS Protection, an appliance designed to protect the customer network from cyber-attacks by using threat intelligence; and DNS Firewall that helps organizations protect against malware and APTs. In addition, the company provides NetMRI, which automates network change and configuration management processes; Automation Change Manager that automates network configuration functions for end customers to make network changes without manual intervention and in real-time; and Security Device Controller that enables access policy management, and automates provisioning of ACLs and rules for network firewalls and security devices. Additionally, it offers maintenance and support, consulting, and training services. It serves financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, technology, and telecommunications industries. Infoblox Inc. sells its solution through distributors, integrators, managed service providers, and value-added resellers, as well as a field sales force. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

694 Employees
Last Reported Date: 12/4/14
Founded in 1999

infoblox inc (2IB) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $300.0K
Executive Vice President of Engineering
Total Annual Compensation: $300.0K
Executive Vice President of Products
Total Annual Compensation: $112.5K
Executive Advisor
Total Annual Compensation: $435.0K
Executive Vice President of Marketing
Total Annual Compensation: $300.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

infoblox inc (2IB) Key Developments

Infoblox Inc. Introduces Scalable Network Control for the Next Generation of Private Cloud Deployments

Infoblox Inc. introduced Infoblox Cloud Network Automation, bringing scalable network control to the next generation of private cloud deployments. Enterprises are increasingly turning to private clouds in search of cost savings and greater agility than are possible with traditional client-server architectures and public cloud services. IT departments generally go through several phases as they mature their private cloud infrastructure: The first phase involves pilot projects, where IT teams test out cloud design and infrastructure with non-critical applications and workloads. Once the teams have gained experience and confidence, they move to the second â productionâ phase, where some mission-critical workloads are moved onto the private clouds. The third phase involves the transition to geographically dispersed private cloud environments in multiple data centers and may include multivendor cloud platforms. In each of these phases, control of core network services is crucial. Infoblox Cloud Network Automation delivers control that scales from pilot to production to multi-platform, so that private cloud deploymentsâ ”regardless of size and scopeâ ”arenâ t hobbled by manual processes for managing core network services. The solution has three parts: Infoblox Cloud Network Automation console. This is the centralized graphical user interface that provides visibility and control of virtual machines (VMs) and tenants as they are provisioned and decommissioned. The console enables administrators to establish processes, set logical grouping and configurations, and ensure all elements are functioning as they should. Infoblox Cloud Platform Appliance. This is a new virtual appliance that is deployed locally with each private cloudâ ”enabling scale. As the number of datacenters running private clouds grows and they are distributed across diverse geographies, these appliances automatically provision IP addresses and DNS and DHCP services locally. They also gather information about VM and cloud activity and make that data available through the global user interface. The Cloud Platform Appliances are managed centrally but operate autonomously, providing all the benefits of both centralized management and local survivability. Adapters. Infoblox offers free adapters for connecting Cloud Network Automation to cloud platforms from VMware, OpenStack, and Microsoft. These adapters enable multivendor support and allow for consistent automation regardless of underlying cloud platform technology. Infoblox already supports the industry's widest range of platforms for private cloud with free adapters for connecting its network control appliances to cloud platforms from BMC, CA, Cisco, ElasticBox, HP, Microsoft, OpenStack, ServiceMesh, and VMware. At the Cisco Live 2015 event opening on January 26, 2015 in Milan, Italy, Infoblox will be demonstrating an integration of Infoblox Cloud Network Automation with the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure architecture, at Booth E54 in the Milano Congressi. With Infoblox Cloud Network Automation, the benefits of private cloud are within reach: The point-and-click control console makes it quick and easy to provision virtual servers with IP addresses and DNS records, so that introduction of new cloud-based applications isnâ t needlessly delayed. IT departments gain the flexibility to quickly scale up and scale out their private clouds as workloads increase, without stumbling over ineffective manual processes for managing core network services. Centralized visibility and control free up network managers to focus on important tasks rather than chasing down errors and outages caused by improperly configured virtual servers. The risk of downtime is reduced because autonomous cloud appliances allow for local survivability even when links between data centers are severed. Having real-time and historical data on VMs, tenants, and associated network elements enables easier auditing and compliance. Security is enhanced because it is easier to trace which VMs and applications are assigned specific IP addresses. Infoblox Cloud Network Automation is available now worldwide for Infoblox appliances running the NIOS 7.0 operating system or higher, and is compatible with the VMware, Microsoft, and OpenStack private cloud platforms. Pricing information is available from Infoblox sales representatives and channel partners.

Infoblox Inc. Introduces the First Solution Adding Global Server Load Balancing to Enterprise-Grade DNS Appliances

Infoblox Inc. introduced Infoblox DNS Traffic Control, the first solution to add global server load balancing to enterprise-grade DNS appliances enabling customers to use a single appliance to provide critical DNS network services while leveraging DNS to optimize network performance by intelligently directing traffic to appropriate servers. DNS is critical Internet technology, and networks are at risk without DNS that is reliable, manageable, and secure. Global server load balancing is technology that monitors network traffic moving into and through organizations, then routes that traffic to servers and data centers that are best-positioned to respond. GSLB can significantly enhance network response times and availability by distributing traffic among different servers based on server load, server health, and geographical proximity to the user. Infoblox DNS Traffic Control is available now as a fully-integrated software option to the Infoblox DDI product line. In short, this integrated solution enables IT organizations to reduce capital expense, operating costs, and network complexity. Infoblox is also a leader in secure DNS, with its Infoblox DNS Firewall and Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection appliances, making Infoblox a one-stop shop for best-in-class DNS infrastructure.

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