Infoblox Acquires Netcordia Data Center Management Solution

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted May 5, 2010

Infoblox, a manufacturer of Domain Name System servers has announced that it has acquired Netcordia, a provider of network change and configuration management software. As reported on eWeek, the integration of the two companies will strengthen data center management of storage, servers and networking.

The two companies will immediately begin integrating data center management functions.

"The deal brings together companies with products responsible for increasingly important data center management functions: NCCM and DDI—an acronym for the combination of DNS, DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and IPAM (Internet Protocol Address Management).

"'Netcordia's market momentum, customer base, technology and exceptional employees, coupled with Infoblox's team and unique real-time data distribution and management expertise, will be invaluable to positioning Infoblox for continued success as a leading provider of both DDI and NCCM solutions,' Robert Thomas, president and CEO of 10-year-old Infoblox, said in a conference call.

"Infoblox was founded in 1999 and has shipped about 40,000 DNS appliances to more than 3,400 customers worldwide, including 145 of the Fortune 500."

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