BlueCat Introduces Virtual Appliances for IPAM, DNS & DHCP

BlueCat Networks, the IPAM Intelligence Company, today announced “IPAM goes Virtual – Cut Your Costs.” In response to significant customer and market demands BlueCat has developed virtual appliances for its Proteus IPAM and Adonis family of DNS/DHCP solutions.

Developed for organizations that have implemented a virtual infrastructure, the new virtual appliances will enhance the market-leading IPAM and DNS/DHCP functionality, for which BlueCat’s physical solutions are recognized. BlueCat’s new virtual appliances make it easier than ever before for organizations to accelerate software deployment and simplify management, while leveraging their existing investment in virtual infrastructure. Organizations will now be able to rapidly provision DNS/DHCP for capacity handling and relocate DNS/DHCP services from one server to another for disaster recovery support – all without having to install any additional physical systems. 

BlueCat Networks will be making its virtual appliances available to select customers for Early Adopter testing.

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