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out of 10 in API Security
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Also Known As
NGINX WAF, NGINX Web Application Firewall
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Overview

CloudVector API DR provides the only API Security solution that can sufficiently address OWASP API Security Top 10. Detection modules continuously learn from network API calls to discover Shadow APIs and monitor Deep API Risks. All of this happens without incurring any changes to your code or platform and ensures zero performance impact to the application.

NGINX App Protect application security solution combines the efficacy of advanced F5 web application firewall (WAF) technology with the agility and performance of NGINX Plus. The solution runs natively on NGINX Plus and addresses some of the most difficult challenges facing modern DevOps environments:

  • Integrating security controls directly into the development automation pipeline
  • Applying and managing security for modern and distributed application environments such as containers and microservices
  • Providing the right level of security controls without impacting release and go-to-market velocity
  • Complying with security and regulatory requirements

NGINX App Protect offers:

  • Expanded security beyond basic signatures to ensure adequate controls
  • F5 app‑security technology for efficacy superior to ModSecurity and other WAFs
  • Confidently run in “blocking” mode in production with proven F5 expertise
  • High‑confidence signatures for extremely low false positives
  • Increases visibility, integrating with third‑party analytics solutions
  • Integrates security and WAF natively into the CI/CD pipeline
  • Deploys as a lightweight software package that is agnostic of underlying infrastructure
  • Facilitates declarative policies for “security as code” and integration with DevOps tools
  • Decreases developer burden and provides feedback loop for quick security remediation
  • Accelerates time to market and reduces costs with DevSecOps‑automated security
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Computer Software Company29%
Comms Service Provider24%
Government6%
Financial Services Firm6%

CloudVector is ranked 7th in API Security while NGINX App Protect is ranked 1st in API Security with 4 reviews. CloudVector is rated 0.0, while NGINX App Protect is rated 7.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of NGINX App Protect writes "A stable system with good security and load balancing". CloudVector is most compared with Noname Platform and Salt Security API Protection Platform, whereas NGINX App Protect is most compared with AWS WAF, F5 Advanced WAF, Microsoft Azure Application Gateway, Azure Front Door and Fortinet FortiWeb.

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