Radware DefensePro Room for Improvement

Harish Gupta
Head Of Operations at RAH InfoTech (P) Ltd
We have no problem at all with Radware DefensePro. I have recommended it to more than 50 clients with no complaints about the interface's ease of use. There are some technical issues. For first time users, the security configuration is a continuous learning process. It is not easy. Radware DefensePro requires a continuous learning process. Using this technology, we can improve our network. That is why we recommend the product for security monitoring. Based on the different attack mechanisms, we use Radware DefensePro to provide security for our clients' networks very effectively. View full review »
Victor López Medina
Implementation Engineer at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
Converting or offering integration with the cloud solution would improve the product. Maybe a solution that does more to track the behaviors for the site and enhance the intelligence and proactive behavior. View full review »
Ramkumar Mv
SolArch2098 at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
From a service provider's point of view, I would like to see better scalability in terms of a platform, rather than sticking to specific models. From a subscription or model-of-operations point of view, I think they should scale it better. 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. I would like to see better implementation of a zero-day attack implementation strategy with self-mitigation. View full review »
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reviewer1034934
Product Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
There was occasionally a lack of communication between the distributors, the vendor, and companies that can affect how the solution operates or is implemented. The level of knowledge of the product by support was not so high in the past. There were miscommunications about integration capabilities. This is just something I noticed, and it was a few years ago, so I'm not sure if the problems have already been dealt with, or if it was a one-off case. 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. The solution should aim to be a multi-functional platform. It could be cloud as well, but offer a mix of functionalities under one line of products. View full review »
reviewer1057971
Senior Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The documentation needs improvement and the best practices need adjustments. I find I spend a lot of time searching for information and documentation related to implementation. They need to provide better sources to make things easier. The performance needs to be better. The solution needs high availability. It would help you avoid some of the trouble with configuration. View full review »
reviewer1258296
VP Technology at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Better integration with the automated incident response platform, and the ecosystem in general, would be an improvement. Everything should be automated and seamless. I would like to see more focus on layer seven protection. This is the application layer. View full review »
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