Radware's application delivery controller (ADC) and Attack Mitigation and DDoS protection solutions have been integrated into Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).
The resulting solution provides users with an application aware architecture that can address business critical application needs and security requirements.
Application delivery and application security services can be automated with centralized automation and policy-driven application profiles.
"Integrating our product portfolio with Cisco's ACI, we can provide great automation to simplify IT tasks so applications can be deployed faster and more efficiently, with application security, visibility, intelligence and optimization," said David Aviv, vice president of advanced solutions, Radware (News - Alert).
Radware’s ADC and DDoS protection will integrate with Cisco’s application policy infrastructure controller (APIC) which in turn will provide centralized access to all fabric information.
Cisco’s APIC also optimizes the application lifecycle for scale and performance, and supports flexible application provisioning across physical and virtual resources.
Radware provides application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers. The company was recently in news when it was chosen by Shanghai based UnionPay to deploy Radware's FastView.
The deployment helped cut page load time for UnionPay’s website by 65 percent.
Encouraged by the deployment of FastView, UnionPay has purchased additional Radware solutions such as LinkProof, DefensePro and its Application Delivery.
Radware has also released its Security Operation Center with the assistance of Radware's Emergency Response Team. This Center was unveiled in response to the OpenSSL 'Heartbleed' vulnerability and provides full protection for its customers.
“Radware has taken a strong and defensive posture against this recent threat, making DefenseSSL available to help protect against this vulnerability,”said Gabi Malka, chief operating officer, Radware.