Juniper SRX Previous Solutions

RiskMana49f0
Risk Management and Security Governance at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees
At one point we tried to move the mobile data firewall from our Juniper SRX56 to the Cisco ASA 5585. What we found out is that Cisco was not performing well at all. I was very disappointed by the Cisco solution. There were more issues for the same amount of traffic. With Juniper, you just have to upgrade to handle additional clients, but when we tried with Cisco, definitely the result was not good at all. View full review »
ipmplspr538920
Security Governance at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
We previously used Cisco ASA. The results were not good. View full review »
Darcy Hiebert
Network Architect - Contractor at TEML
We migrated to this solution from a Cisco ASA (Adaptive Security Appliance). View full review »
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Bunyamin Bunyamin
Senior Network Security Engineer at Aplikas
Previously we used a CISCO ASA solution. But in the last three years, we switched to the Juniper solution because Juniper has a competitive price per feature. View full review »
Reviewer893
Sr. Programmer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Previously, we had a Cisco ASA 5510. It was old and needed to be replaced. We switched because the Cisco ASA is underpowered. If you try to do too many functions, like IDS/IPS, UTM, virus scanning, and Smart Net, support is expensive. View full review »
Amir Tofangsazi
CEO, Member of the Board at beh
We were using a different solution, a Microsoft solution. We were looking for a more affordable solution which would suit our needs. View full review »
Mark Edward
Technical Support Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I think there was a problem before I came to the company with Cisco and their firewall, so they decided to switch to Juniper. View full review »
Jérôme
Senior Network Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I previously used a Netscreen ISG1000 firewall. I switched because the ISG was end-of-life and Netscreen was bought by Juniper. View full review »
Ales Ciber
ICT System Specialist at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Previously, we were using the old Juniper ScreenOS, we switched due to end-of-support. I have also expertise with Cisco ASA, Cisco Firepower, Checkpoint R80.10, Dell Sonicwall, Fortinet. View full review »
Muhammad Atif Jauhar
Professional Services (Security) at Business Management Company
This is the first solution that we implemented. View full review »
Tarek Menshawy
Senior Network and Security Consultant, JNCIE-SEC#408 at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I used Cisco, and Palo Alto, and used McAfee. As a consultant, a systems integrator, if customers go to SRX it's because of its features and the stability of the product. It's the most stable product. View full review »
Directser677
Technology Services Director at Blue Cube Security Ltd
We did use a different solution. The old boxes were at end of life. View full review »
Jean Almeida
Senior Network Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
We used Fortinet, and changed to Juniper to use Junos. View full review »
Herve Yapi
User at UNACOOPEC
We previously didn't use a different solution. View full review »
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