nzic Reporting integrates into the Infoblox Grid and works directly with other Infoblox appliances, providing visibility through reporting, trending analysis, and tracking of near real-time network data. Users could report on system utilization, isolate performance problems, implement DHCP and DNS capacity planning and identify and report on malware and security threat activity. Trinzic Reporting automates time-consuming manual tasks associated with collecting, tabulating and correlating data through the company’s single point of control. All of the data collection and processing is performed on a separate reporting appliance, eliminating load and performance impact on the protocol serving DDI appliances. DNS Traffic Control: This offering combines global server load balancing (GSLB) functionality with the Infoblox DNS server functionality, enabling networking teams to obtain DNS and GSLB functionality in one integrated solution. Acting as the authoritative DNS appliance, Infoblox DNS Traffic Control uses the DNS query/response mechanism to automatically return the IP address of the server that is suited to fulfill the user’s request. Traffic is directed based on server ‘health’, availability and geo-location. Network administrators could also pre-define customized load balancing rules based on factors, such as ratio, round robin and network topology. Infrastructure Security The Infrastructure Security product family includes External DNS Security, Internal DNS Security and DNS Firewall, which enable customers to protect their DNS infrastructure from cyber-attacks and detect and block DNS queries to botnet and malware domains respectively. External DNS Security: External DNS Security is an appliance that is designed to protect the customer network from cyber attacks by using threat intelligence to distinguish malicious DNS traffic (attack traffic) from legitimate DNS traffic and to block the malicious queries while responding to legitimate queries. This helps to prevent the appliance from being overwhelmed by attack traffic and enables the organization to continue to deliver network services while under attack. Reporting provides real-time information about the attack giving security teams information they could use to remediate the attack. A real-time threat intelligence feed keeps the appliance updated on the latest DNS attack patterns so the protection evolves as the threat patterns change. Internal DNS Security: Internal DNS Security is intended to serve inside an organization’s IT network to provide security functionality to internal DNS servers. This product could analyze outbound queries from inside the network and determine if they are attempting to contact known malicious domain destinations. Upon detection of such queries, Internal DNS Security blocks the query from resolving, thereby disrupting malware communications. In addition to malware protection, Internal DNS Security is able to detect and defend against DNS infrastructure attacks that are initiated from inside the network, such as internal DNS Distributed Denial of Service attacks. DNS Firewall: The DNS Firewall helps organizations detect and protect themselves from malware and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) security threats that might reside inside the customer network. This product uses a live reputational feed of latest known malware domains enabling the DNS server to create a ‘black list’ of malicious domains and block queries to those domains. This prevents malware and APT ‘call backs’ to botnet controllers and helps IT security teams to identify the infected end-points that made the query request. DNS Firewall is integrated with the Infoblox DDI product and could be managed from the same interface. Cloud Network Automation The Cloud Network Automation product family enables integration with cloud orchestration technologies, such as VMware vRealize Automation, Microsoft System Center Orchestrator, OpenStack and BMC Atrium Orchestrator. This solution, alongside the company’s new Infoblox Cloud Platform Appliances enable its customers to automate key network provisioning and control functions in private, hybrid and public clo
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