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Appgate SDP is #2 ranked solution in top ZTNA tools, #6 ranked solution in top Microsegmentation Software tools, #10 ranked solution in top ZTNA services, and #13 ranked solution in top Network Access Control (NAC) tools. IT Central Station users give Appgate SDP an average rating of 10 out of 10. Appgate SDP is most commonly compared to Zscaler Internet Access:Appgate SDP vs Zscaler Internet Access. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a computer software company, accounting for 25% of all views.
What is Appgate SDP?

Appgate SDP is a leading Zero Trust Network Access solution that simplifies and strengthens access controls for all users, devices and workloads. We deliver secure access for complex and hybrid enterprises by thwarting complex threats, reducing costs and boosting operational efficiency.

The full suite of Appgate solutions and services protects more than 650 organizations across the government, fortune 50 and global enterprises.

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Appgate SDP Customers

United States Air Force 

FINRA

Weight Watchers

Rackspace 

DataDog

SageNet 

Verdant

Norwegian Cruise Line 

VoiceBase 

The Third Floor 

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Appgate SDP pricing:
  • "It is a pretty expensive tool. It is maybe about $20,000 per year for a hundred users or so."

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Manager of Network Engineering at a aerospace/defense firm with 501-1,000 employees
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Very capable, flexible, and robust

Pros and Cons

  • "The flexibility of the tool is valuable. It is very robust. It has a very robust configuration capability."
  • "One thing that kind of sticks out to me is the ability to do a proper non-split tunnel. VPN tunnel-wise, it is not really a true unsplit tunnel, but I think that's just because of the way it's designed. A split VPN basically allows your system to talk to other systems without being forced down the tunnel. A VPN running in a non-split tunnel mode forces all the traffic down the tunnel to wherever you're VPNing to. It forces the traffic down so that the traffic is subject to the firewall and rules that you have in your corporate environment and such. It helps to prevent remote malicious folks that may be talking directly to that box from piggybacking into the corporate environment through it. They do it partially, but it would be nice to see more of an enterprise-level solution there."

What is our primary use case?

It is a network access control solution. It is used for local access as well as remote access.

I have been using the most recent version of it.

How has it helped my organization?

The benefit is a more granular access control structure than a traditional VPN.

What is most valuable?

The flexibility of the tool is valuable. It is very robust. It has a very robust configuration capability.

It is pretty well documented. It is also good interface-wise. They've made some improvements over the past few patches.

What needs improvement?

It comes down to cost. It is a pretty expensive tool.

One thing that kind of sticks out to me is the ability to do a proper non-split tunnel. VPN tunnel-wise, it is not really a true unsplit tunnel, but I think that's just because of the way it's designed. A split VPN basically allows your system to talk to other systems without being forced down the tunnel. A VPN running in a non-split tunnel mode forces all the traffic down the tunnel to wherever you're VPNing to. It forces the traffic down so that the traffic is subject to the firewall and rules that you have in your corporate environment and such. It helps to prevent remote malicious folks that may be talking directly to that box from piggybacking into the corporate environment through it. They do it partially, but it would be nice to see more of an enterprise-level solution there.

For how long have I used the solution?

I have been using this solution for a couple of years.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

It has good stability.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

It is good in terms of scalability.

It is still kind of in the demo mode, so it is not very widely deployed. We currently have maybe a dozen folks.

How are customer service and support?

They're pretty good. I would rate them a four out of five.

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

This is really the first solution for this particular task. So, it is new.

How was the initial setup?

It is moderately complex. There is a learning curve there.

I didn't really set it all up in one shot. It probably took days or maybe about a week or so.

What about the implementation team?

I did it in-house. I also take care of its maintenance.

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

It is a pretty expensive tool. It is maybe about $20,000 per year for a hundred users or so.

What other advice do I have?

It comes down to just your doing your typical homework and evaluating other competing products and making sure it is the best fit.

I would rate it a nine out of 10. It is a very capable tool.

Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

On-premises
Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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