The French specialist in DDI (DNS-DHCP-IPAM) technologies, announces Cloud IPAM Sync, a new service that allows network managers to control applications hosted in multicloud environments. It provides a centralized visibility and unified management of internal and cloud datacenters, thanks to an inventory of network information.
Cloud IPAM Sync allows network managers to regain control by providing, from a single interface, a more precise view of the VMs and applications created in public clouds. It provides near-real-time repository data updates, a complete inventory of applications, devices and IP information, which becomes a “single source of truth” (IP Golden Records) both in the internal data center of an enterprise and in AWS and Microsoft Azure clouds.
“You can’t control what you can’t see,” says EfficientIP CTO Jean-Yves Bisiaux. An accurate inventory of VMs and IP resources deployed is the prerequisite for effective network control and automation. EfficientIP provides the required visibility on hybrid nail infrastructures on AWS or Microsoft Azure ”. This function makes it possible to detect unknown resources and better follow the shadow IT. It also allows you to plan and control IP resources, regardless of their location, which can optimize their use, reduce operating costs and improve capacity planning.
It also provides the flexibility to make precise decisions about new deployments and changes, and enables intelligent integration and automation with third-party applications to accelerate the deployment of IT services. Having data in a single repository is ideal for any audit operation and can help bring the company into compliance.
The IPAM Sync cloud solution is an essential feature of a larger update from EfficientIP. Version 7.2 of EfficientIP’s SOLIDserver is geared towards the Internet, the ecosystem and the cloud. It provides better visibility of cloud resources, facilitates digital integration and transformation, and places IPAM at the heart of solutions for operational teams. This version also brings new functions and updates to many components of DDI, mainly in network automation, such as APIs, network discovery; and security such as DoT, threat intelligence, and advanced filtering of DNS clients.