Compare F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender vs. Radware DefensePro

F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender is ranked 18th in DDoS with 1 review while Radware DefensePro is ranked 8th in DDoS with 7 reviews. F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender is rated 7.0, while Radware DefensePro is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender writes "Good user interface and good technical support but the reporting is too complex". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Radware DefensePro writes "Verbose and descriptive reporting, reliable, and it is easy to scale". F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender is most compared with , whereas Radware DefensePro is most compared with Arbor DDoS, Imperva Incapsula and Cloudflare.
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The user interface was recently changed in one of the latest versions, but we find it to be very good. The change was an improvement.

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The reporting is very good and provides us with a comprehensive description of where attacks are emanating from.The most valuable feature is the ability to create signatures on-demand.All of our traffic has to pass through the appliance, so we can very quickly mitigate the attack. This is a very valuable feature. On top of that, it's not only volumetric attack protection that the solution offers, but also layer 7 attack protection as well.The DDoS protection that the solution provides is its most valuable feature.A flexible affordable solution for defense against DDos attacks.With the secure signature feature, the Radware DefensePro is a big assistance. It is a big help to our customers to improve their productivity and performance. The prompt response from the Radware team is definitely increasing in the new era.A valuable feature is the speed of signature updates.SSL-based mitigation from DDoS attacks is good from their side. They are capable of preventing SSL-based attacks with certifications and everything loaded onto them.

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The solution needs better stability when it's utilized with virtual solutions.

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This solution may not cover all of the requirements in situations for which I am unfamiliar, and there is always room for improvement.I would like to see more focus on layer seven protection.The solution needs a bit more functionality. It would be good if DefensePro could have anti-bot functionalities in order to stop bots like web scrapers from getting onto our customers’ network.I had some trouble in the registration account prior to deployment, but it was fixed. They were not very fast or responsive, however. It took about one week to resolve the issue.It could incorporate more intelligence for reacting with web site visitors.Radware DefensePro requires a continuous learning process. Using this technology, we can improve our network. Based on the different attack mechanisms, we use Radware DefensePro to provide security for our clients' networks very effectively.If they would go to a cloud-based approach, that would give much more flexibility in terms of working with them.They should add artificial intelligence to the platform. It is currently missing the machine learning piece.

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The pricing is based on the amount of network traffic and the number of packets being inspected.The Radware DefensePro was bundled together with our security platform.It is sort of middle-of-the-road for this type of solution.The product's pricing is a good value.The cost for maintenance is cheaper because the majority of the deployments using the solution are in areas where cost of maintenance is also lower.Licensing of Radware is quite simple and straightforward, while Arbor DDos is a bit complicated.

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"Radware Defense Pro"
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Overview

At F5, we give our customers the freedom to securely deliver every app, anywhere—with confidence. All F5 products are highly programmable and integrate into any environment, whether on premises or in any cloud. To date, 48 of the Fortune 50 companies rely on F5 to deliver apps that customers and employees can securely access at any time, on any device, from any location.

DefensePro is a real-time, perimeter attack mitigation device that secures organizations against emerging network and applications threats.

Part of Radware’s attack mitigation solution, DefensePro protects the infrastructure against network and application downtime (or slow time), application vulnerability exploitation, malware spread, network anomalies, information theft and other types of attacks.

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City Bank, Ricacorp Properties, Miele, American Systems, Bangladesh Post OfficeSingleHop
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Comms Service Provider36%
Software R&D Company25%
Financial Services Firm10%
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