Aqua Security Other Solutions Considered

Cem Gurkok
Lead Security Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
There were only a few players in the field, two of them being more equal to each other, Aqua Security and a competitor. But at the time, the competitor's product wouldn't even install properly on our PoC systems, and when we said, "Hey, look, your product isn't installing," they just pointed us to more documentation and said we should download the latest version. So they weren't really offering any technical support or any other type of customer service resources to even resolve the initial hurdle. That was a red flag right off the bat: "Hey, look, this competitor is not willing to work with us to even gain the initial foothold."Aqua Security, on the other hand, helped us even though there was no issue. They spent a lot of time explaining how to properly roll it out, properly configure it, etc. View full review »
Director of Engineering at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
I know there are some open-source solutions, and we haven't tried those, but I believe that Aqua Enterprise is superior to open-source. We looked at the Docker Hub option. It seemed like it was half-baked at the time. There is also Twistlock, but I haven't tried it out. We found what we needed with Aqua and we didn't have a need to compare it with other solutions. View full review »
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