DNS Survivability to Support Manufacturing Reliability
When the company became an independent entity—it had been a division within a larger corporation—it needed to establish and operationalize more than 30 office locations and manufacturing facilities around the world. Scalable DNS and DHCP services were a necessity for every location. Because nearly two-thirds of these locations are dedicated to manufacturing, however, survivable DDI—shorthand for the integration of DNS, DHCP and IPAM (IP address management)—was critical to ensure process continuity. Any new DDI implementation would need to be made in conjunction with SD-WAN connectivity as well.
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