Across industries, cloud continues to be one of the fastest-growing segments of IT spend. Yet, according to Gartner, as cloud computing rapidly proliferates enterprise IT, through 2024, organizations will need to focus on cloud optimization to become more efficient and cost-effective.
As enterprises lean further into their hybrid and multi-cloud strategies, challenges associated with DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) create complexities in the form of IP utilization issues, downtime, compliance infractions, and data loss. As pressure mounts on enterprises to modernize their digital foundations, IT teams report spending 30% of their time fulfilling DNS-related tickets, and only 26% on strategic initiatives.
For more than 20 years, BlueCat has been transforming the biggest, most complex business networks around with the world with secure, fast, and flexible Adaptive DNS™. BlueCat’s DDI platform centralizes the three critical services to create a multiplier effect on an IT teams’ ability to help their organization increase the resilience of critical infrastructure, leverage DNS data to reduce risk, embrace hybrid cloud, and drive rapid change through automation. Adaptive DNS™ is dynamic, open, secure, scalable, and automated, helping businesses thrive in hybrid and multi-cloud complexity.
“According to Enterprise Management Associates, only 25% of enterprises consider their toolset for managing the networking challenges associated with cloud adoption to be very good. Also, higher costs, and technical support issues from other DDI vendors in the market are driving customers to look at alternatives such as BlueCat, that bring more robust DDI technology at a significantly lower price tag. As a BlueCat distributor, we aim to help regional organizations achieve more reliable, scalable and secure DDI to accelerate their digital transformation,” commented Vivek Gupta, Co-Founder & COO at CyberKnight.
“DDI is fundamental to every network. Yet, as many organizations accelerate their hybrid and multi-cloud strategies atop outdated foundations, they lack the visibility and control they need, resulting in significant performance issues and risk. Partnering with CyberKnight helps us to accelerate our growth in the region and allows more enterprise and government customers in the Middle East to unlock the power of their critical infrastructure services. In fact, we have already seen strong collaboration with CyberKnight by closing multimillion-dollar projects with some of the largest customers in the region in a short period of time,” said Steffen Marckardt, Vice President, EMEA Channel & Alliances at BlueCat.