Embrace DNS in cloud with TCPWave’s AWS hosted IPAM.

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TCPWave IPAM in AWS is designed to allow enterprises, application providers, ISVs and vendors to quickly and securely manage the DNS infrastructure in the private clouds. You can use the TCPWave IPAM console hosted and RestAPIs hosted in AWS to quickly provision your DNS/DHCP.

Benefits of TC2 (TCPWave Cloud Computing)

TCPWave IPAM EBS backed instances in AWS offer the consistent and low-latency performance needed to run your workloads. The EBS Provisioned IOPS volumes that can store up to 16 TB, and process up to 20,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS). The IPAM is EBS optimized and offers up to 320 megabytes per second of throughput.

Easy to use

With TCPWave IPAMs well documented REST API you can easily integrate the workflow of provisioning your DNS and DHCP services. It is easy to manage the IP address allocation and DNS updates. The REST API provides an easy way to automate the provisioning.


Pay only for what you use. There is no minimum fee for TCPWave IPAM in AWS.  You pay only for the compute power, storage, and other resources you use, with no long-term contracts or up-front commitments.


With TCPWave AWS, you take advantage of a reliable and secure global computing infrastructure. TCPWave IPAM instances use AWS EBS storage systems which provides persistent block level storage volumes. Each AWS EBS volume is automatically replicated within its Availability Zone to protect you from component failure, offering high availability and durability.


TCPWave IPAM in AWS enables you to define the IPAM instance hardware configuration and optimize the work load. You can define the amount of memory, CPUs and storage required for the IPAM instance and also change them as per the work load. It allows to easily migrate the IPAM instance from one region to another with minimal downtime. The IPAM instances can be duplicated and stored as snapshots for point in time recovery.


TCPWave IPAM in AWS comes with built-in security. The IPAM instances utilize user defined security groups which can be edited on the fly. It provides a resilient environment with the security you need, but without the capital outlay, and at a much lower operational overhead than in an on-premises environment.

For more information on how our RestAPI manages Amazon’s Route 53, refer to http://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/getting-started.html