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Infoblox vs ManageEngine

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Infoblox
Based on 18 reviews.
ManageEngine
Based on 130 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.
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Sample Customers
Infoblox IPAM: Geisinger Health System, Allied Irish Banks, Lewisville Independent School District, University of Liverpool, Newell Rubbermaid, AH Belo, Arizona State University, Baptist Healthcare System, Kronos
Infoblox Network Insight: Adobe Systems
Infoblox NetMRI: BlueCross BlueShield
ManageEngine Network Configuration Management: Lightyear Network Solutions, Princeton University, Bovertis B.V
ManageEngine OpUtils: NASA Ames Research Center, Meet Minneapolis, State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, The Automaster Motor Co., Triad Telecom
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