Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), is a global leader of cyber security and application delivery solutions for physical, cloud, and software defined data centers.


ZEVENET® began its public release in October 2010, and we have not stopped refining security, scalability, and high availability technology ever since.

Strengths & Weaknesses: Radware & ZEVENET

See how ZEVENET and Radware compare across some of the most critical ADC capabilities.

Radware’s Strengths

Offers a deep and broad set of security capabilities and performance features integrated with its ADC features.
Provides very flexible deployment and delivery options including the capital expenditure and operating expenditure.
Provides out-of-the-box integration with leading orchestration solutions.
Supports high virtualization density on all of its appliances.
Provides investment protection through a five-year longevity guarantee on its ADC platforms.

ZEVENET’s Strengths

Disruptive vision with a stable growth as challengers in the ADC market, with an agile team and engaged community.
Innovation driven with Open Source technology with no vendor lock-in and broad platforms integration (hardware, virtual, bare metal and cloud).
Very high cost-effective solutions without limitation products and services, suitable for both midsize organizations and large enterprises.
Investment in R&D to deliver a technology driven by easiness, performance and security.
Is a complete ADC (Application Delivery Controller) that could manage all kinds of network protocols (UDP, TCP, HTTP/S, SCTP, SIP, T/FTP, …) but also with a combination of all of them simultaneously and multiport capabilities; and it’s not oriented to licensed features.
Its operating system is fully optimized for networking so it is capable to move in layer 7 more than 140 thousand concurrent users and in layer 4 more than 10 million concurrent users with only 2 dedicated cores.
Ability to create configuration backups, easy cluster configuration, automatic replication from one node to another and stateful cluster with real time sessions replications that permits a failover between nodes without losing any connection.
Provides an integrated IPDS security system with real time black hole lists, DoS protection, black/white listing and protection of the most common network attacks.
Provides a very UX graphic interface for both operators and network engineers in Angular 2 technology.
Automation capabilities thanks to it’s fully programmable REST+JSON API.

Radware’s Weaknesses

Customers refer the GUI as an area for improvement, based on inquiry and research surveys.
Underperforms in marketing and brand recognition.
Does not currently support SSL VPN functionality or provide a containerized ADC instance form factor.
Operates globally however its coverage and routes to the market are not as comprehensive as some of its competitors.

ZEVENET’s Weaknesses

Young brand as an open source company and yet to develop a big influence than other more established vendors.
Needs to develop a broader partnership network.

*Summarised from the latest Gartner ADC report.


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