How to Configure DHCP Failover
The DHCP failover protocol provides a method for two DHCP servers to communicate with each other.
How to configure Crossover High Availability (XHA)
In this demo, learn how to configure an XHA pair in BlueCat Integrity.
Address Manager Role-Based Access Control
In this demo, you will see how BlueCat’s Address Manager permits the admin to control who can change the environment. Admins will ensure that only cretin…
Simply configure BAM DNS and DHCP
Learn how to configure DNS & DHCP (view, zone, record, DNS options, block, network, DHCP options) & UI options (Table View/Tree View).
Setup Metrics & Reports in Address Manager (BAM)
Learn how to configure SNMP on BDDS servers to generate reports like network and block utilization in different formats.
Adding widgets to MyIPAM Dashboard
Learn how to set up BlueCat Address Manager MyIPAM dashboard widgets for BDDS Servers.
Cloud Discovery & Visibility Demo
Advanced DDI capabilities & visibility for your multi-cloud & private cloud environments
BlueCat DNS Training
BlueCat offers a wide variety of DNS training options for network and security administrators
Cisco Umbrella + DNS Edge Product Feature Demo
Deep dive into a user and managed device to learn how the integration between Cisco Umbrella and BlueCat’s DNS Edge enables you to detect, investigate, and…
The JEDI Program
Cloud migrations don’t happen overnight. It takes an average of 18 months for Federal agencies to plan, prepare, and implement their cloud migration…
Fortify Your Defenses with Cisco Umbrella & BlueCat
In this webinar, you’ll learn: How to identify threats faster through rapid correlation of external threat data with source IP.
Service Points for Secure, Automated, Resilient Networks
Remember when brick and mortar banks were the only option? It was pretty inconvenient. Now ATMs provide access to services everywhere at a fraction of the…
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…