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Reconcile DNS into Central IP Management using the TCPWave IPAM T-Mesh workloads

Princeton, NJ - October, 2018 - TCPWave Inc today announced that the TCPWave T-Mesh software platform is now supported in Microsoft Azure Stack, Google Cloud Engine and Amazon Web Services. At the core of the TCPWave T-Mesh platform is the TCPWave IPAM that, when combined with TCPWave T-Scanner software, provides consistent and secure networking operations and telemetry across multiple public and private cloud environments and is designed to simplify integration and management of hybrid clouds for enterprise customers.

“TCPWave has had a long-standing relationship with Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Engine and Microsoft Azure. The combination of TCPWave IPAM with the cloud stacks brings the best of secure connectivity and cloud principles to top enterprises around the world,” said Jyothi Siripurapu, Vice President, Cloud Automation Division for TCPWave Inc.

Murali Sappa, CTO, TCPWave Inc. said, “As TCPWave expands the footprint of a central DDI Model, we are pleased to have TCPWave Inc provide seamless integrations with Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Engine, Microsoft Azure, ServiceNow Workflows, VMWare and various container orchestrator plugin functionalities. Since 2010, TCPWave had a vision to provide a DDI solution for the hybrid cloud enterprises using modern methods and we excel in doing so. Our multi sun-planet model permits a multi-IPAM distributed management ecosystem with a SmartPlanet technology where a remote DNS device automatically chooses the best management node. This kind of a disaster recovery feature is not heard of in the DDI industry.”

Mr. Sappa also said that “TCPWave now provides a full support of federated SAML authentication support with the 11.22 (Santa Lola) version. Enterprises can now leverage the Single Sign-on Model and perform the permitted DNS or DHCP changes. The TCPWave IPAM is the first DDI in the industry to do this.”

The TCPWave NSOC is a virtual network appliance that empowers customers to share the same network services platform, running identically in the virtual private clouds and on premise physical or virtual appliances. This approach provides a consistent and familiar operational experience via its industry-standard Command Line Interface (CLI), open APIs, value added-extensions, SmartCloud sockets, cloud-grade DNS services and orchestration tools in both on-premises and public cloud locations as well as across multiple clouds. TCPWave NSOC provides improved scaling and visibility for enterprise customers adopting hybrid cloud deployment architectures with a single-image network services stack.

By providing a single binary image across public and private clouds, TCPWave NSOC makes it easy to manage, troubleshoot and configure network connectivity across the cloud with centralized policy, provisioning, monitoring and predictive capacity planning. Further, it becomes cost-effective to deploy a topology with a set of consistent standards within the public cloud with high availability and routing scale to hundreds of thousands of end-points.

TCPWave Integrations Continues to Expand.

The TCPWave IPAM is designed using an extremely powerful and scalable REST API Engine. Since modern Java is used under the hood, the same REST API calls can be used while integrating the TCPWave IPAM with various orchestrators. This integration is designed to support any public or hybrid cloud environment, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), the Microsoft Azure public cloud platform, Microsoft Azure Stack, Google Cloud Platform and other public clouds, ServiceNow Workflows, VMWare VRealize and various microservice orchestrators. With this simplified approach, TCPWave IPAM became a single pane of glass to provision, control, monitor and manage a complex enterprise DDI model that provides the core of all TCPWave cloud networking solutions for next-generation datacenters and cloud networks.


TCPWave IPAM 11.22 (Santa Lola) comes with a complex multi hub-spoke model that scales in a linear fashion. In this model, multiple IPAM master nodes replicate a relational database in real time using SQL binary logs. Each remote DDI node (physical or virtual) connects to the closest and fastest DDI master using a logic that leverages predictive analysis. Further, any DDI master can manage any DDI remote without requiring the remote to have a mandatory management channel to it. In other words, a mesh of management nodes controls a constellation of DDI remotes. This model provides a robust disaster recovery in an enterprise without adding up costs.

About TCPWave Inc

TCPWave Inc pioneered software-driven, cognitive cloud networking for large-scale hybrid cloud datacenter and campus environments. TCPWave's award-winning platforms redefine and deliver availability, agility, automation, analytics and security. TCPWave has a proven track record of serving billions of DNS requests with a 99.99999% SLA. Committed to open standards across private, public and hybrid cloud solutions, TCPWave products are supported worldwide directly and through OEM partners. TCPWAVE, T-Mesh and NSOC are among the registered and unregistered trademarks of TCPWave Inc. in jurisdictions around the world. Other company names or product names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Additional information and resources can be found at This press release contains forward-looking statements including, but not limited to, statements regarding the benefits and best practices utilized in the design, implementation and incorporation of TCPWave's T-Mesh Platform, DDI software and the enablement of consistency, security, performance, efficiency and cost savings. All statements other than statements of historical fact are statements that could be deemed forward-looking statements.

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