F5 BIG-IP DNS Competitors and Alternatives

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Senior Pre-sales consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Consultant
Top 20
Best scalability, easy ´╗┐to set up, and highly recommended

What is our primary use case?

Most of the use cases are for the DNS protocols. As 90% or 91% of drivers use DNS, everybody is concerned about securing this protocol. I am not from the customer side; I am from the vendor side. I give support to various customers here in Pakistan. We have deployments with hybrid data, and we also have purely on-premises deployments.

Pros and Cons

  • "The dossier feature is perfect for starting an investigation."
  • "The integration of threat intelligence with other solutions is challenging. If I want to expose threat intelligence, I cannot do it via taxi services. I have to call the API, but the customers are not into creating the APIs. The integration of embedded threat intelligence with other platforms should be better. Infoblox should work on this, and it should be easier for the end user to integrate it. It is very easy to deploy this solution. We should be able to integrate it with other platforms, such as the Next-Generation Firewall, with the same ease."

What other advice do I have?

I would highly recommend this solution. I am basically doing the pre-sales of Infoblox, so I highly recommended this solution. If you talk about competitors like F5, BlueCat, no solution is comparable to Infoblox BloxOne Threat Defense. Infoblox is doing VDI and selling VDI solutions for more than a decade. They are experts at the solution. I would rate Infoblox BloxOne Threat Defense a nine out of ten. It needs tight integration and better support.
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