Today’s enterprise infrastructure is dynamic, with new geographical locations and the networks
associated with them being added or deleted on an ever-increasing basis. Microsoft represents
network topology with directory objects called sites and subnets.
Solution highlights: Save power and environment
by reducing the number of
servers and appliances Lower TCO by saving
hardware, power, cooling and
real-estate costs Deploy easily using your
standard virtualization practices Benefit from increased
resilience and availability of
According to the Cisco 2014 Security Report, 100 percent of business networks
analyzed by Cisco had traffic going to websites that host malware. Another report
shows that 3 in 4 organizations have at least one bot on their network. Many of these
organizations have infections in spite of using lat...
In this whitepaper, you will learn about using non-Microsoft DNS with Microsoft
Active Directory. This paper includes customer stories where non-Microsoft DNS is used, where
you can see how customers like yourself have increased their security and ability
to manage DNS with non-Microsoft DNS. Thi...
Today’s enterprise infrastructure is dynamic, with new geographical locations and the networks associated with them
being added or deleted on an ever-increasing basis. Microsoft represents network topology with directory objects called
sites and subnets. The current state of the global network m...
Cyber attacks on Domain Name System (DNS) servers represent one of the most
significant threats to Internet security today. Because DNS is used by nearly all
networked applications – including email, Web browsing, ecommerce, Internet
telephony, and more – these types of attacks threaten the v...
Whether it’s the Internet at large or your directory services based network, DNS is the glue that holds it all together. A simple DNS failure can translate into a business failure as well. If DNS isn’t working right, computers simply cannot talk with one another, leading to a “business blackou...
The customer: An IT organization within the
U.S. Department of Defense The challenge: Deploy servers quickly in an
environment where introducing
new hardware is difficult Unify DNS management Offer single sign-on Employ role-based access Lay the ground work for an
elastic private clo...
Security, availability, and integrity are the top three concerns regarding DNS
infrastructure. Attackers seek weakest links and pressure points to harm or illegally
exploit businesses, and by its very nature, the Domain Name System (DNS) protocol
is easy to exploit. As a result, external and inte...