PoC for shortlisted DDoS Vendors
jchisolm at computer.org
Fri Apr 3 06:03:54 UTC 2015
I have recommended RioRey to our clients. There have been no, or only minor, issues with any of the testing, mismatch with optics and that was a client issue. The RioRey box can be set in full bypass, monitor, or mitigation. You can install in bypass mode first to make sure everything is wired
up correctly, then switch on monitor mode and see how it is doing. When your comfort level increases you can turn on full mitigation mode. Full disclosure I did work for RioRey years back, but for our clients we always try to recommend what works best for the client.
On 04/01/2015 11:51 AM, Mohamed Kamal wrote:
> In our effort to pick up a reasonably priced DDoS appliance with a
> competitive features, we're in a process of doing a PoC for the
> following shortlisted vendors:
> 1- RioRey
> 2- NSFocus
> 3- Arbor
> 4- A10
> The setup will be inline. So it would be great if anyone have done this
> before and can help provide the appropriate tools, advices, or the
> testing documents for efficient PoC.
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