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ALSO CALLED: DNS
DEFINITION: A canonical name is the properly denoted host name of a computer or network server. A CNAME specifies an alias or nickname for a canonical host name record in a domain name system (DNS) database. In programming, the term "canonical" means "according to the rules." The DNS is the standard method of defining the locations of sites on the Internet, particularly Web sites.
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Infoblox Video 2
sponsored by Infoblox
VIDEO: If your network must the handle the explosion of remote workers, scale locations and apps at the edge, adapt for IoT, SD-WAN and IPv6 (and do all of it reliably and securely), watch this short video. In it, you will discover how Infoblox’s BloxOne DDI platform uses core network services to help you manage your borderless, hybrid cloud network.
Posted: 24 Feb 2021 | Premiered: 24 Feb 2021

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Infoblox Video 3
sponsored by Infoblox
WEBCAST: DDI is the shorthand of DNS, DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and IPAM (IP Address Management). As enterprise networks expand at the edge and apps move to the cloud, it’s becoming clear that these 3 core network services should be cloud-managed as well. Engage this webcast to get a crash course on BloxOne DDI.
Posted: 16 Feb 2021 | Premiered: Feb 16, 2021

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