F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall) vs. SAP Enterprise Portal

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF leverages F5's Advanced WAF technology, delivering WAF-as-a-Service and combining signature- and behavior-based protection for web applications. It acts as an intermediate proxy to inspect application requests and responses to block and mitigate a broad spectrum of risks stemming from the OW ASP Top 10, persistent and coordinated threat campaigns, bots, and layer 7 DoS.N/A
NetWeaver
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
N/AN/A
Pricing
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)SAP Enterprise Portal
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)NetWeaver
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
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F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)SAP Enterprise Portal
Top Pros
Top Cons
Best Alternatives
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)SAP Enterprise Portal
Small Businesses
Cloudflare
Cloudflare
Score 8.7 out of 10

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Medium-sized Companies
Cloudflare
Cloudflare
Score 8.7 out of 10
Jahia Digital Experience Platform
Jahia Digital Experience Platform
Score 8.5 out of 10
Enterprises
F5 Advanced WAF
F5 Advanced WAF
Score 9.2 out of 10
Jahia Digital Experience Platform
Jahia Digital Experience Platform
Score 8.5 out of 10
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User Ratings
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)SAP Enterprise Portal
Likelihood to Recommend
9.1
(64 ratings)
8.9
(6 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
F5 Distributed Cloud WAF (Web Application Firewall)SAP Enterprise Portal
Likelihood to Recommend
F5
So a lot of companies that have a digital side and they have a lot of applications in the cloud, this is one of those areas that it can protect the net so it can lock 'em down, it'll build a baseline so you understand what that application's doing. So if it sees something not normal, it'll get protected against that.
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SAP
I think normally, in my day-to-day, I have to navigate multiple screens or reach max GUI sessions fast, a multi-tab, or a way not to lose or manage multiple views. This would help me, as a dev/tester, navigate through processes faster.
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Pros
F5
  • Layer seven attacks are becoming far more common. Traditionally it was always layered three, layer four, where you get an additional firewall, but with the application layer attacks become more frequent, more popular, et cetera. So having the web application firewall protecting us, and then with the recent Log4j, that's the most recent use case when it gave us that instant level of protection whilst we remediated the Log4j that we had that and the F5 Distributed Cloud WAF was protecting us.
  • I have a great relationship with the account manager, my account manager, and I think he drives the best price possible, um, for me, and I'm happy with that price.
  • F5 Distributed Cloud WAF is always innovating and evolving.
  • We run a very competitive proof value where we run numerous competitors against each other, and then we evaluate from that and then make the selection, and F5 Distributed Cloud WAF was the winner.
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SAP
  • Provide reliable information about the shipments.
  • Gain visibility of the material a long of the supply chain.
  • Monitor the carrier performance.
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Cons
F5
  • So we just had some performance issues when it comes to routing. Because the web application firewall sits in front of our website, which is hosted on-site, we had some trouble with the VGP protocols between the two sites and it took us a while to figure it out. So that is probably one area where we could improve. Otherwise, when it comes to the WAF functionality itself, it's really good.
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SAP
  • Program can not be easily manipulated to make results false.
  • Customization is very costly and limited.
  • Difficult to handle large amount of data.
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Usability
F5
I believe is a solution that was designed from the start to be simple and easy to use. Coming from Imperva, it simply eased the burden and complexity of managing and securing our apps on different environments (cloud and on-prem). It easy to scale and very quick to deploy (as a cloud waf should be), provide us with DevOps integrations, visibility and automatic insights from multiple events that guarantee peace of mind for us analysts and opp managers.
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SAP
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Alternatives Considered
F5
The other one that I've used in the past, they're very similar and I haven't used it recently, so I can't do a side-by-side comparison today. But I can say that F5 does everything we want it to do consistent with what this other product did do and it's got enhanced features and of course we have a long history with F5 as a product set in general.
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SAP
SAP Enterprise Portal has a very similar feature set to other systems, but the interface is simple and the cost is reasonable. We had quotes provided from Salesforce and other providers, but they did not meet out budgetary requirements or offer features that were different enough to warrant the extra cost. SAP fit the bill for us.
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Return on Investment
F5
  • Accelerated time to value as it was a requirement for a workload being provisioned on that cloud
  • As an existing f5 customer, access to their solutions integrator (GridZero) made the sizing, licensing, purchases, and downloading of the software very quick and painless
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SAP
  • Lower cost of implementation.
  • Is the best for inventory management that allows you to know the real state of your material.
  • Mobile application for SAP B1 is beneficial for approvals on the road and no need to be present on a system.
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