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"The GUI is very use-friendly. You can configure it through CLI or GUI, they give you an option to choose. It's a good solution in terms of the appliance itself. It's very light compared to other brands that offer DDoS solutions."

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"This is a hybrid solution.""It is a good solution. Its vendor support is the most valuable. It is simple and works well if you have Juniper MX routers."

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"They have a cloud scrubbing feature that redirects the traffic if the on-prem appliance can't accommodate a large amount of traffic but it's not available where we are."

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"Juniper is known in our country, but it is not very popular. There is also not enough information about Corero. Our enterprise and financial sectors don't know about this solution. They need to provide more information and do more marketing for this solution in our country.""Lacks international presence."

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Hi Sean, What is your user case? i.e. Enterprise, Service Provider, MSP etc. I am partial to A10 Thunder TPS. Regards, Darryl Theron 
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905
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Overview

The Thunder TPS is a family of high-performance DDoS defense solutions that detect and mitigate multi-vector DDoS attacks. Unlike traditional DDoS defenses that leave a wake of collateral damage against users, Thunder TPS applies a source-based defense-in-depth mitigation pipeline. This multimodal defense that includes actionable DDoS weapons intelligence, operator definable adaptive policies, and machine learning-powered Zero-Day Automated Protection (ZAP) blocks attackers while protecting real users.

The Thunder TPS is uniquely suited for communication service providers, online gaming, and enterprise network operators who protect large networks and need compact solutions with faster response from a fully automated, zero-touch defense during an attack.

Corero Network Security is dedicated to improving the security and availability of the Internet through the deployment of innovative DDoS & Network Security Solutions. The Corero SmartWall® Threat Defense System (TDS) family of products can be deployed in various topologies, (full edge protection or  scrubbing). the SmartWall Threat Defense System (TDS) family of solutions utilizes modern DDoS mitigation architecture to automatically, and surgically remove DDoS attack traffic, while allowing good user traffic to flow uninterrupted.

The goal of the Corero automatic DDoS mitigation solution is to protect the customer’s network infrastructure, online services and confidential data from harmful DDoS attacks. The Corero solutions are the highest performing in the industry, while providing the most robust security coverage at unprecedented scale with the lowest total cost of ownership to the customer. These solutions are designed to provide real-time attack mitigation with continuous threat visibility, which allows our customers to also monetize DDoS Protection as-a-Service (DDPaaS) offerings. 

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DDoS defense solution trusted for more than 200 service providers, online gaming, and enterprises including; Bungie, Comcast, KDDI Corporation, Leaseweb, Microsoft Azure, NTT Docomo, Softbank, Turkcell Superonline, Verizon and more.
Telesystem, Jagex, Hivelocity, Los Angeles Dedicated, Netrics hosting, Hyve, Zacks Investment Research, Dynamic Business Systems, G4BOX INC., GamersFirst, Fastmetrics, San Miguel County
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VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider34%
Computer Software Company26%
Financial Services Firm6%
University6%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider41%
Computer Software Company23%
Financial Services Firm5%
Government5%
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Small Business43%
Midsize Enterprise29%
Large Enterprise29%
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A10 Thunder TPS is ranked 17th in Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) Protection with 1 review while Corero is ranked 14th in Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) Protection with 2 reviews. A10 Thunder TPS is rated 8.0, while Corero is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of A10 Thunder TPS writes "A10 Thunder TPS (Threat Protection System) is the world’s highest-performance DDoS protection solution, leading the industry in precision, intelligent automation, scalability, and performance. ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Corero writes "A good DDoS protection solution that comes at a good price and is easy to set up". A10 Thunder TPS is most compared with Arbor DDoS, Cloudflare, Radware DefensePro and Imperva Incapsula, whereas Corero is most compared with Arbor DDoS, Cloudflare, Radware DefensePro, Imperva Incapsula and Lumen DDoS Mitigation.

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