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BloxOne DDI: The Key to Management and Control of the Borderless Enterprise

Everyone’s demanding faster, more reliable access to apps and services at the networking edge. And, with exploding WFH traffic, remote locations, BYOD, and IoT increases, traditional architectures are falling way short.

Infoblox, the world leader in enterprise DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (or DDI), has changed the game in distributed networking. At this executive event, experts Kevin Tolly, Founder of the Tolly Group, and Kanaiya Vasani, EVP at Infoblox, will present on how BloxOneTM DDI, the industry’s first cloud-native, cloud-managed DDI solution, optimizes deployment, and management of expanding environments with centralized visibility, automation, and administrative control of core network services.

Attend and learn how BloxOne DDI:

- Ensures the availability and performance of today's expanding enterprises
- Simplifies deployments, streamlines operations and minimizes total cost of ownership
- Dramatically saves organizations time and money by:
- Centralizing edge-to-cloud provisioning, automation, and policy-based control
- Guaranteeing traffic is directed to the closest entry point for SaaS applications
- Ensuring local survivability in the event of network outages

When you attend, you’ll also learn how BloxOne DDI utilizes innovative micro-services and a container-based design to provide the most cost-effective solution available for managing expanding borderless networks.
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  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise (EMEA) Dec 3 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise (APAC) Dec 3 2020 1:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise Dec 2 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Workforce Modernization for the Distributed Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Nov 19 2020 38 mins
    PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    Today’s distributed enterprise is a mix of both on-prem and cloud data centers as well as regional, branch and roaming users. Co-ordinated administration and management across the entire network at scale with changing business needs while reducing cyber risk is complex and impedes business agility. Laying a solid foundation of network and security services is crucial to alleviate this challenge. Using common DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) for data center, cloud and branch helps simplify and improve control, automation and security of your assets and users wherever they may be. Learn about networking and security made simple from Infoblox, the industry leader in DDI.


    Join PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:
    - Simplify management through common DDI across DC, cloud and distributed locations
    - Improve your security posture using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Workforce Modernization for the Distributed Enterprise (APAC) Recorded: Nov 19 2020 38 mins
    PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    Today’s distributed enterprise is a mix of both on-prem and cloud data centers as well as regional, branch and roaming users. Co-ordinated administration and management across the entire network at scale with changing business needs while reducing cyber risk is complex and impedes business agility. Laying a solid foundation of network and security services is crucial to alleviate this challenge. Using common DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) for data center, cloud and branch helps simplify and improve control, automation and security of your assets and users wherever they may be. Learn about networking and security made simple from Infoblox, the industry leader in DDI.


    Join PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:
    - Simplify management through common DDI across DC, cloud and distributed locations
    - Improve your security posture using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Workforce Modernization for the Distributed Enterprise Recorded: Nov 18 2020 38 mins
    PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    Today’s distributed enterprise is a mix of both on-prem and cloud data centers as well as regional, branch and roaming users. Co-ordinated administration and management across the entire network at scale with changing business needs while reducing cyber risk is complex and impedes business agility. Laying a solid foundation of network and security services is crucial to alleviate this challenge. Using common DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) for data center, cloud and branch helps simplify and improve control, automation and security of your assets and users wherever they may be. Learn about networking and security made simple from Infoblox, the industry leader in DDI.


    Join PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:
    - Simplify management through common DDI across DC, cloud and distributed locations
    - Improve your security posture using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Coffee Chat w/ Cricket– Consumer Privacy Using DoT/DoH w/o Compromising Security Recorded: Nov 12 2020 59 mins
    Cricket Liu, Srikrupa Srivatsan, & David Ayers - Infoblox
    DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) are becoming more newsworthy as some leading browsers and device manufacturers are now enabling these new protocols by default. Communications between DNS clients and servers rarely are encrypted, leaving users vulnerable to spoofing, interception, and other attack types. DoT and DoH will solve those issues, but there’s a catch. When enabled, encrypted DNS requests can inadvertently circumvent existing internal DNS servers and instead go to external and potentially unauthorized DNS resolvers, leading to loss of visibility into DNS traffic and bypassing any established DNS security controls to detect and block attacks.

    Join us for our upcoming “Coffee Chat with Cricket”* to discuss:
    - pros and cons of DoT/DoH
    - some of the latest industry adoption developments
    - the benefits of using internal DNS solutions that not only support DoT/DoH, but leverage threat intelligence and analytics to detect and block threats DNS layer.


    Now you can get privacy without compromising on security. Please come with questions, as we will devote time to answer them.


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    Presenters:

    Cricket Liu: Chief DNS Architect, Infoblox

    Srikrupa Srivatsan: Director, Product Marketing, Infoblox

    David Ayers: Senior Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
  • New Independent Research Reveals DNS is Key to Network Security Recorded: Nov 5 2020 45 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & David Holmes, Senior Analyst Security & Risk, Forrester
    Webinar featuring latest research from Forrester and a survey of over 200 elite security experts

    With the ever-present threat of Cyberattackers, it is essential to ensure that network infrastructure, users, and customer data be secured, no matter where that data is stored. Domain name systems (DNS) as a foundational network service is critical for connectivity, but cannot be overlooked as a first-level security control, especially in times of crisis and change, like the recent influx of home/remote workers.

    Infoblox commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey enterprise Security and Response (S&R) professionals and the results reveal that they most often use DNS to detect and block threats early in the kill chain, identify compromised devices, and accelerate incident investigation and response times by making it more efficient.

    This webinar will reveal the top findings from forward-looking enterprises that underscore the role of DNS in cybersecurity practices including:

    - The use of DNS as a starting point for threat investigations
    - The use of DNS security to catch modern threats
    - The use of DNS security to protect from cyberattacker techniques that other security tools miss
    - The use of DNS in automating and accelerating incident response.
  • Creating a Modern, Agile Cloud-first Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Nov 5 2020 47 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing
    Today’s networks are evolving at a rapid pace to cope with new demands and a transformative workforce. Demands for centralized, on-premises network infrastructures are being superseded with the need to directly access cloud-based services as close to the user as possible. These changes are being fueled by user experiences, as well as cost and operational efficiencies by directing applications and services to run directly through multi-cloud environments

    With this change, the need for a modern, secure, and agile cloud-first enterprise is becoming paramount. Join Anthony James, VP of Product Marketing at Infoblox, as he discusses:

    - Modernizing enterprise network foundations
    - How to architect for SaaS-first network and security services and applications
    - Cloud-native architectures
    - Simplifying a robust, agile and reliable multi-cloud infrastructure
  • Creating a Modern, Agile Cloud-first Enterprise Recorded: Nov 4 2020 47 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing
    Today’s networks are evolving at a rapid pace to cope with new demands and a transformative workforce. Demands for centralized, on-premises network infrastructures are being superseded with the need to directly access cloud-based services as close to the user as possible. These changes are being fueled by user experiences, as well as cost and operational efficiencies by directing applications and services to run directly through multi-cloud environments

    With this change, the need for a modern, secure, and agile cloud-first enterprise is becoming paramount. Join Anthony James, VP of Product Marketing at Infoblox, as he discusses:

    - Modernizing enterprise network foundations
    - How to architect for SaaS-first network and security services and applications
    - Cloud-native architectures
    - Simplifying a robust, agile and reliable multi-cloud infrastructure
  • Creating a Modern, Agile Cloud-first Enterprise (APAC) Recorded: Nov 4 2020 47 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing
    Today’s networks are evolving at a rapid pace to cope with new demands and a transformative workforce. Demands for centralized, on-premises network infrastructures are being superseded with the need to directly access cloud-based services as close to the user as possible. These changes are being fueled by user experiences, as well as cost and operational efficiencies by directing applications and services to run directly through multi-cloud environments

    With this change, the need for a modern, secure, and agile cloud-first enterprise is becoming paramount. Join Anthony James, VP of Product Marketing at Infoblox, as he discusses:

    - Modernizing enterprise network foundations
    - How to architect for SaaS-first network and security services and applications
    - Cloud-native architectures
    - Simplifying a robust, agile and reliable multi-cloud infrastructure
  • The Role of DDI in SASE Deployments Recorded: Nov 3 2020 49 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & Zeus Kerravala, Founder & Principal Analyst ZK Research
    The real action on networks today is happening at the edge. Everyone is demanding faster, more reliable access to a growing number of mobile-aware resources, applications and services.

    Attend this webinar and you’ll learn why traditional network architectures are falling short on delivering those services, and how Secure Access Service Edge (or SASE) has emerged as the next phase of distributed enterprise networking. You’ll learn:

    - How SASE brings a fundamental change to the way WANs are deployed and managed

    - Why integrating networking and security services lets you deliver a network that more efficiently powers distributed environments

    - Why a flexible, scalable and cloud-managed DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) foundation is required to deliver highly available, high performance network and security services.

    - How the Infoblox BloxOne Platform utilizes a microservices and container-based architecture to:

    Streamline network operations
    Reduces total cost of ownership
    Expand robust SaaS-based services

    Register now to learn more about how cloud-managed DDI and the Infoblox BloxOne platform can help you deliver applications faster and more efficiently at the edge.
  • Coffee Chat w/ Cricket: Connectivity, Local Survivability & Security at the Edge Recorded: Oct 28 2020 60 mins
    Cricket Liu and SriKrupa Srivatsan
    Networks today are more and more distributed. Applications and data no longer only reside in a company’s centralized datacenter or cloud infrastructure. Data now gets generated and consumed outside of centralized datacenters and SaaS adoption has skyrocketed. This is where edge computing and related network and security services (like DDI and DNS security) come into the picture.


    Join us for our upcoming “Coffee Chat with Cricket” to discuss at a high level what the edge is, what’s driving its adoption and how cloud hosted/managed networking and security stacks help provide agility, scale, local survivability and security for the edge. As always, we will also spend a considerable about of time answering questions from the audience.
  • BloxOne DDI: The Key to Management and Control of the Borderless Enterprise Recorded: Oct 27 2020 34 mins
    Kanaiya Vasani, EVP of Products & Corporate Dev, Infoblox, Kevin Tolly, Founder of Tolly Group
    Everyone’s demanding faster, more reliable access to apps and services at the networking edge. And, with exploding WFH traffic, remote locations, BYOD, and IoT increases, traditional architectures are falling way short.

    Infoblox, the world leader in enterprise DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (or DDI), has changed the game in distributed networking. At this executive event, experts Kevin Tolly, Founder of the Tolly Group, and Kanaiya Vasani, EVP at Infoblox, will present on how BloxOneTM DDI, the industry’s first cloud-native, cloud-managed DDI solution, optimizes deployment, and management of expanding environments with centralized visibility, automation, and administrative control of core network services.

    Attend and learn how BloxOne DDI:

    - Ensures the availability and performance of today's expanding enterprises
    - Simplifies deployments, streamlines operations and minimizes total cost of ownership
    - Dramatically saves organizations time and money by:
    - Centralizing edge-to-cloud provisioning, automation, and policy-based control
    - Guaranteeing traffic is directed to the closest entry point for SaaS applications
    - Ensuring local survivability in the event of network outages

    When you attend, you’ll also learn how BloxOne DDI utilizes innovative micro-services and a container-based design to provide the most cost-effective solution available for managing expanding borderless networks.
  • BloxOne DDI: The Key to Management and Control of the Borderless Enterprise Recorded: Oct 21 2020 34 mins
    Kanaiya Vasani, EVP of Products & Corporate Dev, Infoblox, Kevin Tolly, Founder of Tolly Group
    Everyone’s demanding faster, more reliable access to apps and services at the networking edge. And, with exploding WFH traffic, remote locations, BYOD, and IoT increases, traditional architectures are falling way short.

    Infoblox, the world leader in enterprise DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (or DDI), has changed the game in distributed networking. At this executive event, experts Kevin Tolly, Founder of the Tolly Group, and Kanaiya Vasani, EVP at Infoblox, will present on how BloxOneTM DDI, the industry’s first cloud-native, cloud-managed DDI solution, optimizes deployment, and management of expanding environments with centralized visibility, automation, and administrative control of core network services.

    Attend and learn how BloxOne DDI:

    - Ensures the availability and performance of today's expanding enterprises
    - Simplifies deployments, streamlines operations and minimizes total cost of ownership
    - Dramatically saves organizations time and money by:
    - Centralizing edge-to-cloud provisioning, automation, and policy-based control
    - Guaranteeing traffic is directed to the closest entry point for SaaS applications
    - Ensuring local survivability in the event of network outages

    When you attend, you’ll also learn how BloxOne DDI utilizes innovative micro-services and a container-based design to provide the most cost-effective solution available for managing expanding borderless networks.
  • BloxOne DDI: The Key to Management and Control of the Borderless Enterprise Recorded: Oct 20 2020 34 mins
    Kanaiya Vasani, EVP of Products & Corporate Dev, Infoblox, Kevin Tolly, Founder of Tolly Group
    Everyone’s demanding faster, more reliable access to apps and services at the networking edge. And, with exploding WFH traffic, remote locations, BYOD, and IoT increases, traditional architectures are falling way short.

    Infoblox, the world leader in enterprise DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (or DDI), has changed the game in distributed networking. At this executive event, experts Kevin Tolly, Founder of the Tolly Group, and Kanaiya Vasani, EVP at Infoblox, will present on how BloxOneTM DDI, the industry’s first cloud-native, cloud-managed DDI solution, optimizes deployment, and management of expanding environments with centralized visibility, automation, and administrative control of core network services.

    Attend and learn how BloxOne DDI:

    - Ensures the availability and performance of today's expanding enterprises
    - Simplifies deployments, streamlines operations and minimizes total cost of ownership
    - Dramatically saves organizations time and money by:
    - Centralizing edge-to-cloud provisioning, automation, and policy-based control
    - Guaranteeing traffic is directed to the closest entry point for SaaS applications
    - Ensuring local survivability in the event of network outages

    When you attend, you’ll also learn how BloxOne DDI utilizes innovative micro-services and a container-based design to provide the most cost-effective solution available for managing expanding borderless networks.
  • Boosting SecOps Efficiency to Survive and Thrive in the Coming Year (APAC) Recorded: Oct 15 2020 45 mins
    Bob Hansmann, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Security Infoblox
    Both short- and long-term shifts in global workplace operations and processes, and the likely need to accelerate IoT, edge computing, SD-WAN, or other forward-facing technologies, require significant adjustments to the security profile. This can only increase the strain on the organization's limited system and personnel resources without making improvements in visibility and response capabilities.

    We will discuss methods for:

    - Auto-correlating security and network visibility to reduce investigation and response times
    - Expanding automated response across the security stack to eliminate wasted effort
    - Unifying multi-sourced threat intelligence for faster threat analysis and decision making
    - Using DNS to reduce the burden on other security investments, improving bandwidth and ROI
    - Combining, normalizing, and distributing threat intelligence across the security stack for greater efficacy
  • Boosting SecOps Efficiency to Survive and Thrive in the Coming Year (EMEA) Recorded: Oct 14 2020 45 mins
    Bob Hansmann, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Security Infoblox
    Both short- and long-term shifts in global workplace operations and processes, and the likely need to accelerate IoT, edge computing, SD-WAN, or other forward-facing technologies, require significant adjustments to the security profile. This can only increase the strain on the organization's limited system and personnel resources without making improvements in visibility and response capabilities.

    We will discuss methods for:

    - Auto-correlating security and network visibility to reduce investigation and response times
    - Expanding automated response across the security stack to eliminate wasted effort
    - Unifying multi-sourced threat intelligence for faster threat analysis and decision making
    - Using DNS to reduce the burden on other security investments, improving bandwidth and ROI
    - Combining, normalizing, and distributing threat intelligence across the security stack for greater efficacy
  • Boosting SecOps Efficiency to Survive and Thrive in the Coming Year Recorded: Oct 13 2020 45 mins
    Bob Hansmann, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Security Infoblox
    Both short- and long-term shifts in global workplace operations and processes, and the likely need to accelerate IoT, edge computing, SD-WAN, or other forward-facing technologies, require significant adjustments to the security profile. This can only increase the strain on the organization's limited system and personnel resources without making improvements in visibility and response capabilities.

    We will discuss methods for:

    - Auto-correlating security and network visibility to reduce investigation and response times
    - Expanding automated response across the security stack to eliminate wasted effort
    - Unifying multi-sourced threat intelligence for faster threat analysis and decision making
    - Using DNS to reduce the burden on other security investments, improving bandwidth and ROI
    - Combining, normalizing, and distributing threat intelligence across the security stack for greater efficacy
  • The Role of DDI in SASE Deployments (APAC) Recorded: Sep 30 2020 50 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & Zeus Kerravala, Founder & Principal Analyst ZK Research
    The real action on networks today is happening at the edge. Everyone is demanding faster, more reliable access to a growing number of mobile-aware resources, applications and services.

    Attend this webinar and you’ll learn why traditional network architectures are falling short on delivering those services, and how Secure Access Service Edge (or SASE) has emerged as the next phase of distributed enterprise networking. You’ll learn:

    - How SASE brings a fundamental change to the way WANs are deployed and managed

    - Why integrating networking and security services lets you deliver a network that more efficiently powers distributed environments

    - Why a flexible, scalable and cloud-managed DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) foundation is required to deliver highly available, high performance network and security services.

    - How the Infoblox BloxOne Platform utilizes a microservices and container-based architecture to:

    Streamline network operations
    Reduces total cost of ownership
    Expand robust SaaS-based services

    Register now to learn more about how cloud-managed DDI and the Infoblox BloxOne platform can help you deliver applications faster and more efficiently at the edge.
Delivering Next-Level Networking Experiences
Infoblox enables next-level network experiences through its Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services with 8,000 customers including 350 of the Fortune 500. A recognized industry leader, we are relentless in our pursuit of network simplicity. Our solutions bring next-level simplicity, security, reliability and automation to on-premises, cloud and hybrid networks, setting customers on a path to a single pane of glass for network management. Next-level security helps protect against the rising flood of cyberattacks. Next-level reliability provides the high availability and control needed to enable digital transformation. Next-level automation vastly simplifies the management of core network services in any cloud environment. More at www.Infoblox.com.

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