Infoblox service provider awarded VMware ready status

The DDI platform introduces carrier-grade security and ultra-low latency to NFV environments on VMware vCloud NFV platform

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Infoblox service provider awarded VMware ready status Dilip Pillaipakam, vice president of service provider products at Infoblox.
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  August 28, 2016

Network control company Infoblox has announced that its Infoblox DDI platform has attained VMware Ready status for network functions virtualisation (NFV).

Certifying its use with VMware vCloud NFV platform, Infoblox DDI can be utilised with VMware's virtualized compute networking and VMware's virtual infrastructure managers. This includes both is vCLoud director and integrated OpenStack

Dilip Pillaipakam, vice president of service provider products at Infoblox, said: "Service providers are broadly adopting network virtualization, and are looking for Infoblox to deliver the same level of carrier-grade core network services they've come to expect in their traditional networks, so they can move to NFV without skipping a beat."

He added: "Achieving VMware Ready status demonstrates that our DDI platform interoperates seamlessly with the VMware vCloud NFV platform. Our DDI platform delivered on VMware NFV infrastructure will support service providers in delivering a safe, reliable, and fast first-connection impression to their subscribers, while also significantly reducing network operating expenses."

Gabriele Di Piazza, vice president of solutions, Telco NFV Group, at VMware, shared: "Communications service providers need confidence in the solutions they are choosing as they move to network functions virtualisation.

"Through the VMware Ready program, and our testing and validation of solutions from partners such as Infoblox, we are removing interoperability as a barrier to NFV success. Our mutual customers can now move forward with NFV adoption knowing that Infoblox DDI has been rigorously tested to work within VMware environments."

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