What is Infoblox 3.0?

by Black Hat Middle East and Africa
What is Infoblox 3.0?

Infoblox 3.0 harnesses the industry's leading networking core services and security solutions to provide the highest availability and to secure on-premises, virtual, cloud and hybrid deployments.

We are uniting NIOS, the industry leading on-premises DDI solution, with its cloud-native BloxOne Threat Defense and BloxOne DDI platforms to help customers bridge core networking and security into cloud environments that underpin the needs of the modern enterprise.

We are integrating our on-premises and cloud technologies, making them available from a single cloud-based portal, which enables customers to see where all their assets live through a centralized console.

Why is Infoblox going cloud-first?

As customers extend on-premises infrastructures and applicatiopns into the cloud, they are redesigning their data centers, networks, and security. Infoblox 3.0 gives customers the cloud foundations they need - whether in the form of private clouds that stay on-premises, hybrid networks combining data centers with cloud offerings, or fully cloud networks. Connecting the on-premises DDI capabilities of NIOS to BloxOne DDI and BloxOne Threat Defense enables customers to build the hybrid and cloud-only DDI networks that modern enterprises need for workplace transformation.

How are you doing this?

We pioneered enterprise-grade DDI, which our customers use in their centralized data centers and regional offices. We followed up with support of private and public cloud to help our customers move workloads to the cloud. Under CEO Jesper Andersen's leadership, we made a bet on offering DDI as a cloud managed offering with BloxOne DDI - doing for this space what Amazon did for compute and Microsoft did for storage. We leveraged our two decades of experience delivering the market's preferred on-premises DDI solutions to simplifying, scaling, and securing that experience in the cloud.

We're building on our on-prem DDI leadership to delivering virtual, hybrid and cloud DDI deployments that are:

  • Simple: Automating and standardizing the delivery of cloud-first network experiences with the richest set of cloud-native APIs, integrations and contextual data available on the market
  • Reliable: Providing proven five-nines reliability for mission-critical networks, including the largest networks in the world, with the flexibility and cost efficiency of the cloud
  • Secure: Enabling customers to automate anytime, anywhere, foundation security for all uses and devices with faster threat detection and remediation
  • Scalable: Delivering services when and where customers need them with a seamless, uniform experience
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