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Imperva CDN

Imperva CDN
Formerly Incapsula


What is Imperva CDN?

Imperva CDN provides intelligent and caching controls, content and network optimization, application delivery rules, and high website availability, and is available as part of the Imperva FlexProtect. The Imperva CDN is based on resources acquired with Incapsula.

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Product Details

What is Imperva CDN?

Imperva CDN Features

  • Supported: DDoS Protection
  • Supported: Content Delivery Network
  • Supported: Website Security
  • Supported: Load Balancer

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Imperva CDN Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
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August 07, 2021

Good WAF. Medium CDN

Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use it mainly as a WAF (Web Application Firewall) although I also use certain CDN cache functionalities.
  • WAF
  • AntiDDoS
  • Bot detection
  • CDN functionalities are secondary and cannot be compared to a top-level CDN.
  • The WebGUI interface of the dashboard is very improvable. They have been changing the UX for years and it is disjointed and with services that have not yet been migrated.
  • The analysis of WAF attack logs is insufficient. It is difficult to analyze attacks of past hours, event filters are missing. It is complicated to analyze the chronology of an attack.
  • There are extra modules to improve the attack logs analysis but they are expensive and add little.
I recommend it as a WAF, but not as a CDN. There are better CDNs, in my case I use transparentCDN (now and Edgecast (now Verizon CDN).
  • WAF
  • antiDDoS
  • bot detection
  • Integration with other CDNs
  • It's an expensive product if you have a lot of traffic volume, but I feel confident with their WAF.
Also TransparentCDN (now ) and Level 3
Verizon Media Platform (formerly EdgeCast)
Josh Dix | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incapsula, for us at Provident, adds compensating controls for performance and security. We use Incapsula for our whole organization with all external and some internal-use-but-public sites. We are very impressed with Incapsula's reliability and security as we have had no known issues during our years of use in the organization with their service. Penetration testers have found it so frustrating we allow them to circumvent the service in order to better test and secure our applications and infrastructure.
  • Reliability / Uptime
  • Security
  • Web Interface could be better, no overall site details/performance views.
  • API is limited if you do not have a reseller account unnecessarily.
  • Alerting / Reports / Bot
Incapsula really exceeds if you have a very large amount of traffic, it is a truly durable and resilient WAF. Global load balancing, increased security, added caching, smaller number of sites (but very important)? Then I would recommend Incapsula. Incapsula is always additive to features your infrastructure has and it does those well, so I would always advise using it if your site has high traffic, is business critical, or accesses sensitive information through a SQL backend.
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