Infoblox Inc. has announced a new programme that combines its DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) with DNS-based security solutions and a consumption-based pricing model.
Responsible for providing secure cloud-managed network services, Infoblox’s new solution will enable Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to fill a gap in their service portfolio.
DDI infrastructure is critical to enterprise networks, however, most organisations attempt to manage it internally due to limited availability of such services from MSPs.
Infoblox is addressing this problem by offering a robust set of services combined with a flexible pricing model that allows enterprises to focus their core competencies and MSPs to provide a suite of services that include secure DDI.
This will allow MSPs to address a wide variety of customer needs without significant impact on their operations, seamlessly adding services to existing managed offers.
With this offering, Infoblox enables MSPs to fill a critical gap in their portfolio, grow their share of wallet with an expanded service portfolio, offer flexible deployment options and maximise profitability through multiple pricing options.
Shaun Antram, Partner at PC Network Inc., said: “Having a strong DDI infrastructure is crucial to any business’ success, especially as companies move to a more digitally integrated future.
“As a provider of DDI Managed service globally, we think that Infoblox’s new offering will significantly help break down upfront barriers – making it easier to ensure that our customers have a suitable infrastructure for delivering their mission-critical DDI environment.”
Dilip Pillaipakam, Vice President and General Manager of Infoblox’s Service Provider Business, commented: “Infoblox’s secure DDI services and the new consumption-based model allows MSPs to capitalise on market demand, offer deployment flexibility to customers and pay based on actual usage.
“The model ensures that we offer solutions aligned with customer needs – whether they choose to deploy and manage it themselves or consume them as a service.”