55 Points
4 Years

User Activity

Over 3 years ago
I have done assessment for both products. Performance wise both product are equal, there is no difference. However when looking into infrastructure setup, licencing and management there is a huge difference. Imperva Pros & Cons: PROS: - Simple initial setup.…
About 4 years ago
+1 re merging CounterBreach and SecureSphere together.
About 4 years ago
+1 for Imperva SecureSphere, especially for latest versions. RDBMS and NoSQL coverage might be bigger than Guardium. Performance both Guardium and SecureSphere agents are equal.
About 4 years ago
Completely agree re licencing & technical support, hence technical support is improving a bit ;) What version do you use? We had big stability issues with 9.5 and a bit of 10.5, once upgraded to 11.5 we haven't encountered any big issues yet, apart from random small bugs.

About me

Basic level:
Active Server Pages, C#, C++, Delphi, Microsoft Visual C++, Access, CGI, GroupWise, Lotus Notes, Mac-OS, MS Project, Pascal, Perl, Visual Basic, XML, PowerShell, Quars Active Role Server, Citrix NetScaler, Citrix XenServer, Solaris 8/10, AIX 5/6/7.

Specialist level:
Bourne Shell, CSS, HTML, MS Exchange Server, MS IIS, PHP, Sendmail, SQL, TCP/IP, VMware ESXi, VMware Workstation, VMware P2V, Appsense Performance Manager, Appsense Configuration Manager, VissionApp 2006/2008 Deployment tools, VissionApp Access Console, Altiris Deployment Solutions, Solaris Application packaging, Linux RHEL application packaging, AIX application packaging, Python, Python Socket programing, jQuery, Java/JavaScript, REST API (PHP/Python)

Expert level:
Apache Server, UNIX, BSD, Linux, MSSQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle VirtualBox, SMTP, Mikrotik Routerboard, Mikrotik RouterOS, Microsoft Office Apps, Windows 3.x/95/98/CE/XP/7/8, Windows Server 2000/2003/2008, Microsoft Exchange Server, Citrix Metaframe, Citrix Presentation Server, Citrix XenApp Server, Citrix Secure Gateway, Citrix Access Gateway, Imperva SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring.