Compare HCL AppScan vs. Ixia BreakingPoint VE

HCL AppScan is ranked 6th in Application Security Testing (AST) with 12 reviews while Ixia BreakingPoint VE is ranked 28th in Application Security Testing (AST). HCL AppScan is rated 8.0, while Ixia BreakingPoint VE is rated 0. The top reviewer of HCL AppScan writes "The ease of use is key, the developers can actually use it and get results from dynamic testing". On the other hand, HCL AppScan is most compared with SonarQube, Veracode and Micro Focus Fortify on Demand, whereas Ixia BreakingPoint VE is most compared with Spirent CyberFlood and Veracode.
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AppScan is a little bit expensive. IBM needs to work a little bit on the pricing model, decreasing the license cost.

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Also Known As
IBM Security AppScan, Rational AppScan, AppScan
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Overview

IBM Security AppScan enhances web application security and mobile application security, improves application security program management and strengthens regulatory compliance. By scanning your web and mobile applications prior to deployment, AppScan enables you to identify security vulnerabilities and generate reports and fix recommendations.

Ixia’s BreakingPoint virtual edition (VE) provides scalable real-world application and threat simulation in a deployment model that fits IT budgets by leveraging virtualization and industry-standard hardware platforms.

  • Seamless transition between hardware and virtual platforms enables easy translation of functional and performace testing in physical or virtual environments
  • Common licensing server shared among BreakingPoint VE, IxLoad VE, and IxNetwork VE
  • BreakingPoint supports all major Hypervisors allowing deployment in a wide variety of VM enviroments
  • Subscription based licensing model comes an all-inclusive license that reduces startup cost
  • Bi-monthly Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) subscription updates ensure you are current with the latest applications and threats
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Sample Customers
Essex Technology Group Inc., Cisco, West Virginia University, APIS ITCorsa Technology
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Insurance Company25%
Government25%
Transportation Company13%
Manufacturing Company13%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Software R&D Company43%
Government12%
Comms Service Provider10%
Media Company6%
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Small Business10%
Midsize Enterprise15%
Large Enterprise75%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business12%
Midsize Enterprise2%
Large Enterprise86%
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