BlueCat Migration Case Study: Federal System Integrator
Here’s how BlueCat migrated a spin-off of a Federal System Integrator with zero downtime.
DNS Security Case Study: Federal System Integrator
Here’s how BlueCat brought complete visibility and control over DNS infrastructure to a Federal system integrator.
Core Network Services Case Study: Federal System Integrator
Here’s how BlueCat built a new DDI architecture for a Federal System Integrator following a large merger.
Case Study: U.S. Logistics Company
The Customer The U.S. logistics company has an annual revenue of nearly $69 billion. If it was a private company, it would rank 43rd in the 2015…
Case Study: Major Financial Institution
BlueCat helped a major financial institution upgrade from VitalQIP to a modern, fully supported DDI solution.
Case Study: U.S. Government Laboratory
A U.S. Department of Energy laboratory complex approached BlueCat to centralize and automate their network to support collaboration among scientists…
Case Study: Medical Technology Company
Global medical technology company turns to BlueCat and significantly reduces their operating costs through the power of network automation.
Case Study: Swisslos
The Customer Swisslos is one of two Swiss lottery companies. Based in Basel, it provides the German- and Italian-speaking parts of Switzerland (as well as…
Moving to BlueCat Adaptive DNS
An overview of organizations that have made the switch from VitalQIP
Case Study: CSC (now DXC)
CSC is a global IT services and solutions provider with 30 data centers around the world, managing over 16 million IP addresses for itself, and more than…
Case Study: W&W Informatik
W&W Informatik is a German information technology company based in Ludwigsburg. It was founded in 2002 following the merge of the IT departments of…
Case Study: Cologne Bonn Airport
Cologne Bonn Airport is one of the largest commercial airports in Germany. With approximately 9.45 million passengers per year, it is the seventh largest…
Understanding DDI can be challenging.
All that jargon. All those acronyms. It’s why we’ve written an A-Z of DNS-related terms. You’ll never mix up ‘NSD’ and ‘NTP’ at a dinner party again…