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AWS WAF vs. Radware AppWall
May 2022
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Pros
"The most valuable features are the geo-restriction denials and the web ACL.""Its best feature is that it is on the cloud and does not require local hardware resources.""The solution is stable.""Their technical support has been quite good.""The most valuable features of AWS WAF are its cloud-native and on-demand.""This is not a product that you need to install. You just use it.""This product supplies options for web security for applications accessing sensitive information.""The access instruction feature is the most valuable. This is what we use the most."

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"A user-friendly and reasonably priced solution.""The product offers high availability."

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Cons
"We don't have much control over blocking, because the WAF is managed by AWS.""The serverless product from AWS WAF could be improved. For example, they have only one serverless series, Lambda, but they should extend and improve it. Additionally, the firewall rules are not very easy to configure.""We haven't faced any problems with the solution.""The solution could improve by having better rules, they are very basic at the moment. There are more attacks coming and we have to use third-party solutions, such as FIA. The features are not sufficient to prevent all the attacks, such as DDoS. Overall the solution should be more secure.""When users choose the free service, there isn't great support available to them.""The setup is complicated.""Technical support for AWS WAF needs improvement.""While the complexity of the installation can vary from one service to another, overall, I would say that it and the configuration and navigation are somewhat complex."

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"You need to have pretty good internal knowledge of the solution.""Scalability should be based on customer requirements."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "AWS is not that costly by comparison. They are maybe close to $40 per month. I think it was between $29 or $39."
  • "It has a variable pricing scheme."
  • "We are kind of doing a POC comparison to see what works best. Pricing-wise, AWS is one of the most attractive ones. It is fairly cheap, and we like the pricing part. We're trying to see what makes more sense operation-wise, license-wise, and pricing-wise."
  • "It's quite affordable. It's in the middle."
  • "The pricing should be more affordable, especially as it pertains to small clients."
  • "It's cheap."
  • "AWS WAF is pay-as-you-go, I only pay for what I'm using. There is no subscription or any payment upfront, I can terminate use at any time. Which is an advantage."
  • "You need an additional AWS subscription for this product if you are buying a managed tool."
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    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:Hi Varun, I have had experienced with several WAF deployments and deep technical assessments of the following: 1. Imperva WAF 2. F5 WAF 3. Polarisec Cloud WAF Typical limitations on cloud… more »
    Top Answer:Our organization ran comparison tests to determine whether Amazon’s Web Service Web Application Firewall or Microsoft Azure Application Gateway web application firewall software was the better fit for… more »
    Top Answer:Stable and scalable web application firewall. Setting it up is straightforward.
    Top Answer:A user-friendly and reasonably priced solution.
    Top Answer:Licensing cost depends on customer requirements. The on-prem solution requires a license plus warranty. The cloud version is subscription-based license. I think AppWall is cheaper relative to its… more »
    Top Answer:I'd like to see something more provided in terms of scalability because there's a limit on the throughput and it would help if scalability could be based on customer requirements.
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    AWS Web Application Firewall
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    Overview

    AWS WAF is a web application firewall that helps protect your web applications from common web exploits that could affect application availability, compromise security, or consume excessive resources. AWS WAF gives you control over which traffic to allow or block to your web applications by defining customizable web security rules. You can use AWS WAF to create custom rules that block common attack patterns, such as SQL injection or cross-site scripting, and rules that are designed for your specific application. New rules can be deployed within minutes, letting you respond quickly to changing traffic patterns. Also, AWS WAF includes a full-featured API that you can use to automate the creation, deployment, and maintenance of web security rules.

    AppWall is a WAF that ensures fast, reliable and secure delivery of mission-critical web applications and APIs regardless of the environment they’re deployed (private or public). AppWall is an NSS recommended, ICSA Labs certified and PCI compliant WAF that combines positive and negative security models to provide complete protection against web application attacks, access violations, attacks disguised behind CDNs, API manipulations, advanced HTTP-based assaults, brute force attacks on login pages, and more.

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    eVitamins, 9Splay, Senao International
    Accuview.com, Ace, ADP, BuyPass, Computershare, DTCC, Firehost, Garanti, HP, Konami, Mohawk, SeatPG, Telenet
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    Buyer's Guide
    AWS WAF vs. Radware AppWall
    May 2022
    Find out what your peers are saying about AWS WAF vs. Radware AppWall and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
    609,272 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    AWS WAF is ranked 4th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 12 reviews while Radware AppWall is ranked 19th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 2 reviews. AWS WAF is rated 7.6, while Radware AppWall is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of AWS WAF writes "Use this product to make it possible to deploy web applications securely". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Radware AppWall writes "Stable with high availability and good dashboards". AWS WAF is most compared with Microsoft Azure Application Gateway, Imperva Web Application Firewall, Azure Web Application Firewall, Cloudflare Web Application Firewall and Azure Front Door, whereas Radware AppWall is most compared with F5 Advanced WAF, Imperva Web Application Firewall, Microsoft Azure Application Gateway, Fortinet FortiWeb and Akamai Kona Site Defender. See our AWS WAF vs. Radware AppWall report.

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