EfficientIP Launches DDI-based Hybrid Cloud Security & Monitoring Solution

Date: 23-Jun-2020
Location: Singapore


EfficientIP, a leading provider of network security and automation solutions specializing in DDI (DNS-DHCP-IPAM).


EfficientIP has launched Cloud IPAM Sync, a service enabling IT managers to improve control over applications hosted in multi-cloud environments.

As organisations ramp up remote working, cloud services are fast becoming an important part of IT infrastructure to support business operations. With applications and data scattered in a mix of private clouds and public, third-party clouds, malicious attackers are targeting the fact that such a dispersed, hybrid-cloud environment is difficult for companies to oversee and protect. In fact, a joint EfficientIP and IDC 2020 Global DNS Threat Report finds that DNS attacks caused cloud service downtime for 50% of companies in Singapore, and for 65% in India. Both exceed the global average of 22%.

Nick Itta, Asia Lead, EfficientIP, highlighted: “As a digital economy and way of life becomes the norm, agility will be central to organisations. This is especially so in Southeast Asia, home to the region’s largest internet economy, and matured economies who hold large amounts of data. Providing network administrators with the visibility and control will help manage and prevent any incidents in real-time.”

EfficientIP’s Cloud IPAN Sync provides central visibility and unified management over internal and cloud datacenters using DDI, thanks to real-time repository information.
Key Features:
  • Detect unknown resources and combat shadow IT;
  • Plan and control IP resources regardless of location— optimizing resource utilization, decreasing operating expenditures, and improving capacity planning;
  • Make informed decisions regarding new deployments and modifications, as well as enabling smart integration and automation with third-party applications for accelerating IT services deployment;
  • Track data for any potential audits and assist with company compliance.
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