EfficientIP has announced the availability of SOLIDserver 6.0.1, extending its reach in DNS Security, DDI cloud and DDI orchestration solutions.
To stay ahead of the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape, organisations are looking to implement innovative, best-of-breed solutions which can keep pace with the latest trends in cloud and virtualisation, keeping their networks efficient, error-free and delivering maximum ROI.
SOLIDserver DDI virtual appliance runs on all major virtualisation solutions available on the market, including VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V and OpenStack. Now it has been extended to run in public cloud environments as well: Amazon’s AWS, Microsoft’s Azure and the Google Cloud. In addition, running SOLIDserverreduces costs by distributing DNS-DHCP and IPAM services enabling faster deployment of services.
SOLIDserver 6.0.1 seamlessly integrates with leading Orchestrators, like vRrealize, HP OO and Terraform, to automate workflow provisioning. This makes for fast and easy deployments according to specific DDI management policies, IP resources ready to adapt rapidly to changing business demands and reduces the risk of errors caused by the repetition of manual tasks. Another less obvious benefit orchestrator integration brings is global visibility across the entire network.
David Williamson, CEO of EfficientIP, said, “The transfer of advanced technology is what EfficientIP is about. These days every organisation, large to small need safer and lower cost networks. As with F1, cutting edge tech filters down to become the state-of-the-art and eventually the industry standard. This latest version of SOLIDserver brings the tech which literally protects world-class telcos into the reach of tomorrow’s leaders. There is no longer an excuse to buy anything but the best.”
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