Microsoft DHCP Appliances

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Microsoft's DHCP Appliances

The TCPWave DDI controller gives the customers the ability to manage the Microsoft DHCP servers seamlessly. The agentless management framework provides central management of all the Microsoft DHCP servers from one TCPWave user interface. The migration of the DHCP services from Microsoft management to the TCPWave management is performed seamlessly without any service disruption. The rich CLI and the REST API frameworks of the TCPWave DDI solution provide the required tools to automate the imports. The do-it-yourself wizards can also be used to import the required data sets from Microsoft to TCPWave management. The TCPWave customers need not purchase any additional license to manage the Microsoft DHCP servers from the TCPWave DDI controller. The communication between the TCPWave DDI controller and the Microsoft DHCP remotes can be configured using a substantial degree of encryption. SSL or TLS certificates can be used to configure secure communications. The TCPWave DDI controller uses PowerShell commands to manage the remote Microsoft DHCP servers.

DNS Accelerator

The TCPWave IPAM is a feature-rich and future-ready DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) system with built-in intelligent technologies, including encrypted messaging, responsive consumer-grade UX, machine learning, and advanced analytics. It transforms network services with intelligent automation and runs on modern Java. TCPWave enables real-time processing for thousands of DDI changes with a dramatically simplified data model. It can be deployed on-premise, in the public or private cloud, or a hybrid deployment model. The ability to rapidly deploy and provision the TCPWave DNS remotes across various platforms and orchestrators is where customers see a value add that is unsurpassed in the industry.

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