Reblaze Previous Solutions

YacovHabusha
Network and Security Department Manager at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
F5 was the load balancer which Reblaze replaced and the reverse proxy it replaced was Squid. The WAF that we used was Sucuri. We had a couple of web application firewalls which were SaaS services. One service, for example, was for the PHP websites, and another one was for SharePoint. We had to use different services because each one worked with just one platform. The biggest difference between Sucuri and Reblaze was that Sucuri was a one-stop-shop for a lot of attacks. It was blocking the DDoS attacks, pattern attacks, behavioral attacks, automated attacks. It was blocking a lot of different attacks in one product. That was the benefit for us. We knew of Reblaze because one of the founders of the company, was a vendor of mine when at a different company. View full review »
JeffGrayson
Principal Security Engineer at a leisure / travel company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did have a previous solution. We were in a physical data center, so we had an appliance deployed which came from our vendor. It was part of UltraDNS. I don't remember the name, but the appliance could handle about 2 GBs of traffic and if it got beyond that, where it couldn't handle it, then it would have to throw up the GRE tunnels, which were always problematic. That usually resulted in an interruption of between five and 15 minutes and, for every minute we're down, it costs us about $52,000. We are trying to get away from the older methods where you would put a sensor network in front of your application and then, if you are getting DDoS'ed, you have to create GRE tunnels and a number of things. We wanted to try to find a different way to do it. Reblaze was recommended to us by Google. View full review »
PatrickMoshe Perelsztejn
Infrastructures Security & Cyber Project Manager at El Al
At the time, there was no real DDoS and anti-bot system online and available for commercial use for heavy traffic botnet attacks. The service, which was brand new on the market, was able to block the attackers and block the attack. At the time, Reblaze was the only provider that agreed to take the challenge with the budget that we had, and they were successful. View full review »
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Oren Yeger
Managing Director at cloudnow
I have a lot of knowledge about Oracle audit and other database firewalls, which has similar WAF solutions like Incapsula. All of them have their own set of pros and cons. I prefer Reblaze due to its agility and fast response features and its cost-effectiveness. You also get great support from their technical team. View full review »
SnirDaan
CTO & Product at Eloan
We used Incapsula. We switched to save money. View full review »
Ido Hacohen
Co-Founder at HcscSec
My customer is in Europe and we tried a different product but it didn't catch the attacks. The configuration wasn't good so we went with Reblaze. View full review »
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