Barracuda CloudGen Firewall Previous Solutions

Israel Caravantes
COO at i-Track Systems Development, S.A. de C.V.
We are not entirely switching to Barracuda. We want to, but we are not because before we started selling Barracuda we had invested in other brands and, obviously, in the accounting and in reality, we need to complete using them. But yes, we are thinking of moving to Barracuda after we have had it for three years. We want to show our customers that we are using the technology we are selling. The firewall we are using in our company is Palo Alto, it's a very good firewall, a very robust firewall as well. But when we are doing the comparison with Barracuda we can see it's not the same. The biggest difference between the brands is pricing. View full review »
Taradutt Pant
Founder at let's-ConnectIndia
I have used Cisco, Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto, Sophos Cyberoam, Dell SonicWall, and Juniper (both SRX and NetScreen). One of the reasons I switched to Barracuda is that I was looking for real-time monitoring and Barracuda is good for that. Secondly, SD-WAN. The first time I used this a question which occurred to me was regarding software-defined WAN technology. I wanted to go to a software-defined WAN and Barracuda have a specific protocol called TINA (Transport Independent Network Architecture). You can create a master policy over the internet and it allows you to do Quality of Services on top of it. It's really helpful for me. When I saw that this box comes with software-defined WAN technology, along with all the firewall options, the specific user-level deep monitoring and real-time monitoring, that made me more curious about it. View full review »
Dragoslav Vasiljevic
System & Network Engineer at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
I have personally used a lot of different solutions in my career (Cisco, Fortinet, Check Point, etc.). I switched to this solution for the first time due to group standards. After trying this solution, I liked it and it became one of my favorites. View full review »
Network Administrator at a software R&D company with 51-200 employees
This product was much easier to deploy, manage and troubleshoot than my previous solution. View full review »
Tim Ruffer
We replaced an underperforming, continually locking Cisco RV130 unit. However, the two are not an "apples to apples" comparison. View full review »

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