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Fortinet FortiADC & Radware Alteon

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Fortinet FortiADC review

Technical Manager/Division of Computers Systems, Networks, and Maintenance at a non-tech company with 201-500 employees
Good SSL offloading and performance, plus it catches security breaches in our...
I have used Brocade, which is now obsolete and the company did not release a similar product. Brocade was a good product with good performance, but I need new firmware and I can't upgrade it. It is restricted to TLS version 1.0 only, whereas I need to use TLS 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3. TLS 1.0 has weak encryption. The initial setup of Brocade was...
Radware Alteon review

Director of consulting with 51-200 employees
A good load-balancing reverse proxy for internal applications that is easy to...
For a migration from F5 to Radware, the conversion of certain features is challenging : 1. From F5 ASM policies to Radware Appwall policies, we had to require support from professional services although the F5 ASM policy was basic. 2. Radware does not seem to support TLS extensions in the client_hello therefore migration of F5 scripts that...

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