DDoS attacks threaten application availability and can lead to lost revenue and damaged brand. F5 provides DDoS protection that makes sense for your architecture.
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All businesses risk being hit with DDoS attacks. The goal of these attacks is to make your application or network unavailable, but the attack targets can differ: available bandwidth, application resources like CPU and memory, or critical infrastructure protocols like DNS and TLS.
F5 offers the protection model that works best for your business, based on where your applications are hosted—in the cloud, on-premises, or a mix of both–and the level of hands-on management you prefer. And your solution can evolve over time as application infrastructure protection needs change.
Apps enable businesses to gain a competitive advantage, but they’re an increasing target for denial-of-service (DoS) attacks that lead to downtime, lost revenue, and a damaged brand. Modern apps are distributed across clouds and architectures—and integrated with development tools and CI/CD pipelines—yet traditional DDoS mitigation is centralized, static, and stateless.
NGINX App Protect DoS secures modern, distributed apps and APIs using continuous client and server analysis with no touch configuration and mitigation that offers a low overhead solution to stop application DoS.
F5 provides a managed DDoS protection service that detects and mitigates large-scale volumetric and targeted application attacks in real time—defending your business even from attacks that exceed hundreds of gigabits per second.
Retain control of mitigation timing and techniques on-premises, but have on-demand help for large, bandwidth-consuming attacks. The hybrid F5 solution can signal upstream to the cloud scrubbing service when necessary
Fully managed, cloud-based protection that detects and mitigates large-scale, SSL/TLS, or application-targeted attacks in real time.
Protects against attacks that consume network and application resources and can signal upstream to the cloud-scrubbing service.
Protects against layer 7 application attacks that target CPU or memory resources and can signal upstream to the cloud-scrubbing service.