It's a (multi)cloud-native world, and businesses need solutions that transform their networks into a future-ready state - and quickly.
San Francisco: the Men&Mice contingent will be at booth 2033!
Come meet us for all your DNS, DHCP, and IPAM needs. (Also the swag. We have good ones.) We'll be happy to chat, and also conducting lightning interviews for our DNS and networking podcast. (Speaking of which: check out the latest episode below.)
While at VMWorld US, our North American Director of Sales Operations, Paul Terril, will also be giving a talk on network best practices. Paul has over a decade of experience in assisting enterprises to transition from local to global network operations, and scale accordingly, as well as developing the resilience necessary for secure and efficient network management on a global scale.
The challenges organizations face are multi-faceted. It's a (multi)cloud-native world, and businesses need solutions that transform their networks into a future-ready state - and quickly.
In his talk, Paul will highlight pain points faced by managers who are getting their networks ready for tomorrow, today. These include:
We understand the importance of visibility, control, automation, and security — and also how challenging those can be in complex, hybrid IP infrastructures. Men&Mice provides API-driven DNS, DHCP, and IPAM software solutions to global enterprise, education, and government organizations.
Men&Mice also recognizes the importance of VMWare in enterprise networks. (Why else would we go to VMWorld? Other than the weather in San Francisco, that is ;-) .)
With Men&Mice, users aren't tied to a single DNS and DHCP platform. The Men&Mice Suite comes with built-in vRealize integration, and the ability to, amongst other things, rapidly allocate IPs and manage DNS entries via either the management console, the web interface, or a best-in-class API.
Paul will describe in detail the advantage of overlay solutions over other methodologies, as well as where most hybrid and multicloud migration strategies go off the rails. For instance, IT decision-makers need not fear APIs, but embrace them, especially for network-specific customisation and automation. Homegrown solutions are no longer acceptable.
Come and listen to Paul’s talk, ask the questions you need to know and visit us at booth 2033 throughout the event for an on-the-spot demo (and some super swag!).
If you can’t make it to San Fran, worry not: we’ll be bringing you daily coverage here and on our social channels.