New hardware-accelerated solution safeguards applications and the
network while delivering superior performance and availability to
organizations of any size
F5’s DDoS protection solution delivers the most comprehensive attack
protection available on the market to date.
Providing hardware-accelerated DDoS protection against 25 attack
vectors, the solution covers the full threat spectrum of network, SSL,
DNS, and application layer attacks.
The solution is available on entry-level, mid-range, and high-end
products, putting superior DDoS protection within reach for small and
Hardware-accelerated DDoS protection dramatically improves performance
and frees system resources for other critical services.
CapEx and OpEx can be appreciably reduced by layering security and
traffic management solutions on a single platform.
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announced today the industry’s most comprehensive on-premises DDoS
solution available in a single product. The new solution delivers the
widest ranging suite of protections against DDoS attacks that target
business applications, the network, SSL, and DNS infrastructures. Fully
leveraging the advanced hardware-acceleration capabilities built into
the latest F5®
BIG-IP® platform offerings, the new solution
mitigates as many as 25 DDoS attack vectors in hardware to deliver
superior performance and scalability. Now, customers of all sizes can
ensure that their business critical applications are protected and
available under the most demanding conditions.
The DDoS protection solution is one of several reference architectures
connected to F5
Synthesis™, the company’s new architectural vision, also announced
today. F5 Synthesis comprises a catalog of software defined
application services™ (SDAS™) and solutions that
enable customers to deliver device, network, and application services
without constraints across data center, cloud, and hybrid environments.
Supporting these services are multiple reference architectures that give
customers prescriptive guidance on how best to implement F5 technology
to address specific business challenges.