We performed a comparison between NGINX App Protect and Radware AppWall based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Web Application Firewall (WAF) solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"We were looking for a product that is capable of complete automation and a container based solution. It's working."
"The policies are flexible based on the technologies you use."
"The most valuable feature of NGINX App Protect is its open source."
"The initial setup was simple and took three to four days."
"NGINX App Protect has complete control over the HTTP session."
"The most valuable feature of NGINX App Protect is the reverse proxy."
"NGINX App Protect's best features are auto-learning, which creates a profile of applications that are deployed, bot protection, and force protection, which lets you configure your brute force policy and alert for and prevent brute force attacks."
"NGINX App Protect is stable."
"A user-friendly and reasonably priced solution."
"The device blocks threats and allows legitimate users to work correctly."
"The product offers high availability."
"NGINX App Protect could improve security."
"The dashboard could provide a more comprehensive view of the status of the connections."
"The integration of NGINX App Protect could improve."
"Currently, the policies have to be handled manually, and you have to create from scratch, which can be a bit time-consuming, in a large environment."
"The setup of NGINX App Protect is complex. The full process took one week to complete. Additionally, we had to change the network infrastructure platform which took one month."
"Areas for improvement would be if NGINX could scan for vulnerabilities and learn and update the signatures of DoS attacks."
"NGINX App Protect would be improved with integration with Shape and F5 WAF, which would make it easy for users to manage all their web application security with a single solution."
"As far as scalability, it takes a long time for deployment."
"You need to have pretty good internal knowledge of the solution."
"Scalability should be based on customer requirements."
"The user interface can be improved."
NGINX App Protect application security solution combines the efficacy of advanced F5 web application firewall (WAF) technology with the agility and performance of NGINX Plus. The solution runs natively on NGINX Plus and addresses some of the most difficult challenges facing modern DevOps environments:
NGINX App Protect offers:
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.
NGINX App Protect is ranked 11th in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 9 reviews while Radware AppWall is ranked 22nd in Web Application Firewall (WAF) with 3 reviews. NGINX App Protect is rated 8.0, while Radware AppWall is rated 6.6. The top reviewer of NGINX App Protect writes "Capable of complete automation but is costly ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Radware AppWall writes "Stable with high availability and good dashboards". NGINX App Protect is most compared with F5 Advanced WAF, AWS WAF, Mirantis Container Cloud, Microsoft Azure Application Gateway and Azure Front Door, whereas Radware AppWall is most compared with F5 Advanced WAF, Imperva Web Application Firewall, AWS WAF, Fortinet FortiWeb and Imperva DDoS. See our NGINX App Protect vs. Radware AppWall report.
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