IT managers keep the business running by keeping the network running and DDI keeps the network running; use our powerful IPAM solution to streamline your DDI
Organize and relax
Keeping your multi-faceted network up and running is challenging to say the least. That doesn’t even count the new business transformational initiatives your organization has embarked upon. Expansion of your network to support multiple clouds, cloud applications, Internet of Things (IoT), Internet breakout for SD-WAN and others adds to your dizzying workload. And by the way, you can’t hire anyone either.
Manage a moving target
This situation amounts to having to manage a growingly diversified network with a relatively flat staffing level. Through all of this you must keep everything running at top performance. You need a rock solid foundation you can count on to keep your network running smoothly all the while allowing you to add new platforms and services.
DDI is foundational
As the foundation of every IP network platform, service, and feature, DHCP-DNS-IPAM (DDI) allows the orderly provisioning of IP addresses to users and devices. DDI also incorporates efficient navigation to IP applications whether on network or in the cloud. DDI also adds a security layer to your defense-in-depth protections.
DDI on your terms
Diamond IP’s DDI solution enables you to scale with your network expansion while supporting your own intuitive organization of IP networks and DHCP/DNS network services. Our flexible web user interface and APIs provide powerful configuration, deployment and discovery features. You’re in control of DDI configurations and you can keep tabs on actual assignments across your enterprise and cloud networks. Diamond IP gives you a single pane of glass to manage everything IP whether on premises, across multi-clouds, within IoT sprawls or anywhere you need to manage IP space.
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