BlueCat NetworksThe Power of DNS
BlueCat IP Address Management, DNS and DHCP solutions provide the foundation for elastic networks that scale and adapt to the ever-changing demands placed on your infrastructure by consolidation, expansion and modernization. BlueCat helps enterprises, government agencies and telecom service providers in many areas, ranging from BYOD and virtualization to cloud, software-defined networking and the Internet of Things.
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BlueCat Networks is a provider of Industrial IoT infrastructure as a service (iaas), application infrastructure and middleware, cybersecurity and privacy, networks and connectivity, and automation and control technologies, and also active in the electronics, finance and insurance, healthcare and hospitals, pharmaceuticals, and transportation industries.
BlueCat Networks’s Technology Stack maps BlueCat Networks’s participation in the infrastructure as a service (iaas), application infrastructure and middleware, cybersecurity and privacy, networks and connectivity, and automation and control IoT Technology stack.
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Global Deployment of IPAM at Top Tier Pharmaceutical Company
This large pharmaceutical company was facing the following challenges: - Solidify the network as the infrastructure across which their intellectual property is developed, quality-assured and delivered to market while enhancing global network security, speed and agility. - Better manage the process of merging acquired companies into the main corporate network. - Reduce business risk by implementing role-based access, full change tracking and the replacement of fragmented, spreadsheet-based management of IPAM data. - Increase the ROI on network-associated IT investments, such as virtualization, cloud and SDN.
The Medical University Simplifies Network Management with BlueCat
With nearly 3,000 students in six colleges, 1,500 full and part-time teaching staff and a 750-bed medical center, the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is the only comprehensive academic health center in South Carolina. MUSC offers educational programs in the biomedical sciences, dentistry, health professions, medicine, nursing and pharmacy. Each year, MUSC admits almost 33,000 patients to its hospitals, while its outpatient facilities serve 800,000 patients. MUSC’s network spans 30+ remote sites and its IP address space is comprised of approximately 30,000 IP addresses. The network must support the diverse needs of both the hospital and university, as well as the intensive demands of medical researchers for online collaboration.
Scalable Global Routing for Hybrid Cloud in the Insurance Industry
A multinational insurer had heavily invested in Azure five years ago and was now facing a challenge with cloud expansion. The company had around 20 application sites and over 450 user sites to interconnect, and it wanted to maintain seamless operations. More importantly, it wanted to ensure consistent policy enforcement, security, and risk management across its entire hybrid estate. The security and risk team had mandated the use of private IP for internal network resources. However, the cloud team, without fully understanding the networking implications, deployed Private Endpoints in Azure to secure the IP. This made it impossible to resolve DNS and ensure connectivity between data center resources and Azure DNS zones. The cloud team realized that they could not meet both their security and scalability requirements using their Azure toolset alone.
Medical Technology Company Streamlines Operations with BlueCat's Network Automation
A leading medical technology company with nearly $20 billion in annual revenue and over 70,000 employees worldwide faced a complex challenge in managing network connections between its medical devices and service staff. The company had recently connected all its devices to the internet for remote diagnostics and updates, but this introduced several issues. Firstly, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), all connections between medical devices and the company’s servers had to be encrypted, requiring the creation and management of separate VPN tunnels for over 15,000 field-deployed devices. Secondly, the devices, deployed in various medical centers and clinics, were assigned IP addresses by the network teams of each facility, often without coordination, leading to potential IP address conflicts. Lastly, the company’s network infrastructure, shaped by multiple mergers, acquisitions, strategic initiatives, and partnerships, was complex and difficult to manage, especially with the recent adoption of AWS cloud for much of its internal compute.
Scalable Automation Initiatives in the Healthcare Industry: A Case Study
The healthcare network, a 129,000-person organization, was facing a significant challenge in scaling their automation initiatives. The network's small team of professionals was struggling to maintain control over their DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) services. They were using Powershell scripts to interface with BlueCat’s API, which initially proved the value of automating DDI services. However, as the project grew, the team began to encounter scalability issues. The team was concerned about the execution of code in multiple places and the need to establish some order to manage the growing complexity.
Global Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Visibility in the Manufacturing Industry: A Case Study
The multinational manufacturer was grappling with a complex and unmanageable network infrastructure due to the presence of thousands of subscriptions on multiple clouds. The company's network was organized to support innovation across various verticals, but the lack of visibility into the cloud subscriptions posed a significant challenge. The cloud and networking teams needed to manage the allocation of IP addresses and namespaces to avoid conflicts and respond securely to queries across on-premises and the cloud. They also needed to track usage for service health, security, and compliance purposes. However, the cloud service providers (CSPs) were not cooperative in providing the multi-cloud visibility they required.
SoftDEL is a technology company enabling global Industrial OEMs to engineer smart and connected products that power the “Internet of Things (IoT)”. We provide IP’s and product design engineering services across service lines; Smart Building, Smart Lighting, Industrial Automation & Automotive. With headquarter in Stamford, CT, USA, we have presence across Europe, Japan, India & Korea market, SoftDEL’s value proposition is to help Industrial OEMs to - Bring differentiated products in smart and connected world - Reduce total cost of ownership - Provide innovative and flexible business models
Nozomi Networks is revolutionizing Industrial Control System (ICS) cybersecurity with one end-to-end solution that delivers real-time cybersecurity and operational visibility. Since 2013 the company has innovated the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to meet the unique challenges of critical infrastructure operations. Deployed in some of the world’s largest industrial installations their technology delivers real-time industrial network visualization, asset management, vulnerability management, process anomaly and intrusion detection. Their global customers benefit from enhanced cybersecurity, improved operational efficiency and maximized uptime in one passive solution. Nozomi Networks is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Founded in 2003, KORE is the world’s largest managed network services provider specializing in Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) markets. KORE provides the critical wireless connectivity empowering application, hardware and wireless operator partners to rapidly bring new IoT and M2M innovations to market, with millions of active on-network units in more than 180 countries. KORE delivers choice, reliability and global native coverage through multi-carrier and Tier 1 carrier cellular and satellite network services – including LTE, GSM and CDMA - as well as advanced applications to easily manage IoT connected devices. KORE’s recent acquisition of Wyless makes the company one of the six largest providers of M2M/IoT services globally, inclusive of carriers. Together, the combined company connects over 6-million devices around the world with leading technology, providing guaranteed costs, visibility and control of mission critical applications.
Nutanix makes infrastructure invisible, elevating IT to focus on the applications and services that power their business. The Nutanix enterprise cloud platform leverages web-scale engineering and consumer-grade design to natively converge compute, virtualization and storage into a resilient, software-defined solution with rich machine intelligence.
Cradlepoint is the global leader in cloud-delivered wireless edge solutions for branch, mobile, and IoT networks. The Cradlepoint Elastic Edge™ vision—powered by NetCloud services—provides a blueprint for agile, pervasive and software-driven wireless WANs that leverage 4G and 5G services to connect people, places and things everywhere with resiliency, security, and control. More than 25,000 enterprise and government organizations around the world, including 75 percent of the world’s top retailers, 50 percent of the Fortune 100, and first responders in 10 of the largest U.S. cities, rely on Cradlepoint to keep critical branches, points of commerce, field forces, vehicles, and IoT devices always connected and protected. Major service providers use Cradlepoint wireless solutions as the foundation for innovative managed network services. Founded in 2006, Cradlepoint is a privately held company headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with a development center in Silicon Valley and international offices in the UK and Australia. Learn more at cradlepoint.com or follow us on Twitter @cradlepoint.