Cisco ASAv Stability

reviewer1084986
Network Engineer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a stable solution. It is predictable when using different protocol and mechanics. View full review »
Ryan Partington
Systems Administrator at Universal Audio
It has been relatively stable, in the sense that it stays up. It doesn't die on us. View full review »
Vikram Arsid
Cyber Security Software Engineer at Fireeye
It is stable. We put a good amount of stress on it. View full review »
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Mantechni677
Technical Manager at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
The Cisco ASAv is really stable, especially if you compare it to Check Point. Not long ago Check Point did release one virtual firewall, and the virtual firewall of Check Point is not stable. The hardware version of the firewall is more stable than the virtual one. In terms of the data center, many companies have a virtual data center in a group environment. Many companies want to have a virtual firewall, but the one from Check Point, in comparison to Cisco, is not stable at the moment. View full review »
Engineinfo677
Senior Information Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We haven't had any major issues in regards to stability. In general, there are best practices in the industry to use. It's never really mattered because generally, with firewalls, you have two in any given location or service. They seem to be redundant of each other. So there's never been a problem where we lost functionality because of the firewall. View full review »
Jonathan LELOU
Ingénieur technico-commercial at Inter-Continental Business Machines (ICBM)
For me it is stable. It is amongst the best products in that way. View full review »
George Karani
IT Manager
My impression is it's a stable solution. I could sound biased, but if you have a device working for four years and it's still working and people are using it, then it's stable. View full review »
Farhad Foladi
Cloud Services Operation Engineer at Informatic Services Company (ISC)
Normally, in ASA, we have good stability. View full review »
Donald Fitzai
LAN admin at Cluj County Council
This product is very stable. Before installing Cisco ASAv, I had two or three viruses in my network. Since installing ASA, I have not had any problems with viruses. There is a huge difference with and without ASA. View full review »
Nasser Abd EL Rahman
IT Infrastructure Manager at Beltone financial
I found that Cisco ASAv is a really stable solution. View full review »
Munish Gupta
Partner - Consulting & Advisory at Wipro Technologies
The stability is alright. View full review »
SystemsC677
Systems Administrator at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
The stability is fine. There's nothing wrong with Cisco. View full review »
Bashir Bashir
IT Administrator at Bash and Co
The stability is good. Very simple. Upgrades are great. But when we upgrade it, things break. You have to upgrade about three things before you get something stable. View full review »
Cristian Serban
Network Engineer at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's quite stable. In the past though, colleagues have had issues during the upgrade process. The failover didn't work and production was down. View full review »
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