Reblaze Other Solutions Considered

YacovHabusha
Network and Security Department Manager at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
We also looked into Imperva and F5 ASM. Reblaze stood out because of the support. We had a very complicated environment. We needed somebody that would help us configure and help us to implement our websites into the system. There were also budget issues. And it was very helpful for us because we wanted a local installation, not a cloud installation. Another factor was that we were one of their first customers, so we knew we had an opportunity to impact the product. If we wanted a feature, we knew that somebody would at least listen to us. Of course they would think about whether that would be beneficial for other customers or not, but at least there was someone who would listen to us, feature-wise. The security-to-cost ratio, when compared with competitors, is much better. Today, I'm working for an integration company and we are selling F5. I see the complexity. I see how much manpower I need and how many hours a month I'm selling to my customers for Professional Services to support their ASM. F5 is not the easiest product ever. I totally see the benefit of Reblaze. View full review »
JeffGrayson
Principal Security Engineer at a leisure / travel company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We tested them against competitors such as Imperva, which is also a cloud solution, Cloudflare, and F5, but Reblaze had the best features and the best price as well. Imperva, for the amount of protection we are getting out of Reblaze, would have been an additional $500,000 or more. Imperva had the capability but they license use for every piece of the product. If you want WAF, it costs you this much. If you want DDoS protection from 500 MB to a gigabyte, it is this much. There is a continuous amount of money required. Cloudflare is basically a repackaged, open-source WAF solution. It is a repackaged version of a product whose name I do not remember off the top of my head. The reporting was very bad, and it actually failed our testing twice. We did initial testing across each of the products I mentioned above. Cloudflare tests literally failed. We then let them know and we retested them two weeks later and they still failed. Because we are in the gambling business, one of the problems with F5 is that the state they are based in does not allow them to support a gambling company. Reblaze was the best one for us. It doesn't have all the complexities of having an appliance in our environment and then seeing the DDoS traffic and having to spin up GRE tunnels and redirect our traffic. View full review »
PatrickMoshe Perelsztejn
Infrastructures Security & Cyber Project Manager at El Al
We evaluated other solutions as they began to be available in 2013 but none were really mature and meeting our needs. View full review »
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SnirDaan
CTO & Product at Eloan
We did evaluate other products. Reblaze was the most effective and responsive and that is why we choose them. View full review »
Ido Hacohen
Co-Founder at HcscSec
We also evaluated Incapsula, f5, and Imperva. A lot of companies want to work as a service. View full review »
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