TCPWave's enterprise DDI solution provides the mission-critical services necessary to run a business. However, disruptions in an enterprise's DDI service can be catastrophic, leading to an entire network shutdown that may include internet access, service outages of your critical IT applications, such as email, websites, VoIP, and software as a service (SaaS). Modern tech-savvy organizations are increasingly adopting cloud solutions and services for faster innovation and flexible resources. The cloud services you use in any form (SaaS/PaaS/IaaS) of solution helps to lower operational costs, run your infrastructure more efficiently and scale as your business needs change. Still thinking to try cloud solutions. Then, check out the reasons why an enterprise should adopt cloud solutions.
The core foundational services of any enterprise network are its DNS, DHCP, and IPAM; if they stop, the enterprise stops. Therefore, finding an enterprise-grade DDI solution that can drive the cloud adoption approach by automating DDI services is challenging for most organizations. There can be multiple problems that an organization may face while implementing the cloud concerning DDI; a few of them include:
The following use cases define why TCPWave should be considered as an enterpriseâs one-stop solution in public/hybrid cloud space:
TCPWave's IPAM appliance acts as a proxy and single pane of glass to manage all your cloud providers. With just a few clicks on an easy-to-use GUI, you can execute:
DNS TCPWave bridges the gap by enabling role-based authentication across AWS accounts so that one account can manage Route53 of various accounts without the need to switch to accounts manually.
Combining AWS Lambda, CloudFormation and CloudTrail - TCPWave appliances runs within an AWS VPC to alter VM provisioning with no API calls ever leaving the AWS environment. This approach brings the full DNS and IP address management automation even when using the native AWS provisioning tools.
TCPWave remote appliance automatically creates AWS EC2 instances and DNS records that can be later scheduled to discover and populate the central management appliance. This procedure allows on-call provisioning for a wide variety of AWS items and offerings. In addition, it also allows to customize the naming and addressing schemes at the cost of a few extra attempts in scripting and customization.