To meet a variety of business and technical needs, Radware SecurePath offers organizations multiple cloud-based deployment options. With this new architecture, Radware’s cloud application protection services can be deployed traditionally online, where they play a “middle man” role, or now as an API-based off-road service. Innovative and new, Radware’s API-based off-road deployment allows application requests to go directly from the client to the application server without interruption. By removing the need for any inline component of the data path, Radware’s new approach reduces complexity and latency, eliminates routing changes, and increases availability.
“We are changing the industry paradigm around multi-cloud and hybrid application security and solving the biggest security headaches organizations experience when migrating to the cloud,” he said.
“With the Radware SecurePath architecture, these are trade-offs organizations no longer need to make. They can safely migrate applications to the public cloud without sacrificing visibility, quality of protection, application performance, and operational efficiency.”
The Radware SecurePath architecture, which is part of the company’s recently announced strategic cloud services initiative, offers several important benefits. The architecture:
- It provides complete cross-cloud visibility for applications and granular management through a single, centralized portal, making it easy to protect applications wherever they are deployed.
- It offers comprehensive application protection that combines WAF, a bot manager, API protection, L7 DDoS protection, threat intelligence, and more.
- It is implemented as an online or API-based off-road SaaS service to avoid risks in uptime and availability and offer maximum flexibility.
- It works without sharing SSL certificates with third-party providers to preserve customer confidentiality and meet compliance requirements.
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