Infoblox vs OpenText

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Infoblox
Based on 10 reviews.
OpenText
Based on 58 reviews.
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Overview
Infoblox is a technology company in California's Silicon Valley. It was founded in 1999 in Chicago, Illinois, by Stuart Bailey, who was at the time a technical lead for the Laboratory for Advanced Computing/National Center for Data Mining at the University of Illinois. In 2010, Infoblox acquired network automation vendor Netcordia to complement its core network services products with technologies for network task automation.US$ $1,624. million OpenText software applications manage content or unstructured data for most types of governance, efficiency and monetization requirements in large companies, government agencies and professional service firms. OpenText solutions are aimed at addressing information management requirements, including the management of large volumes of content, compliance with regulatory requirements, and mobile and online experience management.
Sample Customers
Infoblox BloxOne Threat Defense: Council Rock School District
Infoblox Advanced DNS Protection: Colruyt Group, Council Rock School District, Danone, GlaxoSmithKline, The Hershey Company 
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Top Industries
Computer Software Company
28%
Comms Service Provider
25%
Government
5%
Financial Services Firm
4%
Computer Software Company
32%
Comms Service Provider
15%
Government
6%
Financial Services Firm
6%
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