Radware has been positioned in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for the 6th consecutive time for its Application Delivery Controllers
Radware®, a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced that it has been positioned as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers, 2015. This is the sixth consecutive time that Radware has been recognized in Gartner’s magic quadrant. Radware’s technology portfolio allows the organization to utilize advanced application delivery services in the most efficient and cost-effective way. This ensures businesses see an optimal service level delivery and receive a fast return on their investment.
Alteon® NG is Radware’s next generation application delivery controller (ADC) is the only ADC that guarantees application service levels with the ability to assign a fully isolated vADC per application or service. Alteon NG has a deep set of integrated security capabilities, including DDoS, SSL inspection, device/user fingerprinting, and defense messaging capabilities. Radware leads the industry with their unified management and orchestration framework for ADC and security technologies.
“Being positioned as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for so many years in a row is a great honor for us. Radware has always focused on technology innovation to meet the changing needs of the industry. This is like a validation for all our efforts. It encourages us to continue working at delivering the best-in-class solutions for our customers.” says Mr Nikhil Taneja, Regional Director and Country Manager Radware, India and SAARC.
Radware’s portfolio includes application performance monitoring (APM), single sign-on (SSO), web application firewall (WAF), multi-homing/enterprise gateway, and web performance optimization (WPO) capabilities as advanced services within their ADC technology. Radware’s ADC solutions address physical, virtual, multi-tenant, cloud, and hybrid cloud needs. Radware application delivery architecture supports SDN and NFV environments to meet the evolving data center environment requirements.
Gartner’s Magic Quadrant research methodology provides a graphical competitive positioning of four types of technology providers in fast-growing markets: Leaders, Visionaries, Niche Players and Challengers. A leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant exhibits the ability to shape the market, has expertise in complex enterprise application environments and offers a range of deployment models. These leaders are expected to release ADC capabilities (deployment models, features, pricing models and so on) well in advance of mainstream enterprise demand.