The Nexusguard Service Provider Enablement (SPE) Hybrid Model combines on-premise and cloud mitigation capacities and functionalities. The solution is ideally suited for environments that demand extremely low latency and multi-layered protection. In some jurisdictions, data sovereignty is of utmost importance to service providers. Hybrid implementation automatically selects the appropriate mitigation location and employs the optimal technique depending on the characteristics of a given attack.

How It Works

Domestic and international traffic is handled in tandem by on-premise appliances and globally by Nexusguard’s cloud to ensure the lowest latency and the shortest time to mitigation. On-premise and cloud devices share attack intelligence in order to accelerate and enhance mitigation once an attack reaches the cloud. After scrubbing, clean traffic is routed back to the customer and attack reports are generated automatically for the on-the-fly analysis.

Learn how Nexusguard SPE Hybrid Model works

For ISPs

Challenge

Given the size and complexity of today’s DDoS attacks, legacy, on-premise solutions cannot effectively address the diverse needs of customers in multi-tenant ISP environments.

Benefits

  • Complements existing security services
  • Protects against DDoS and web application attacks
  • Drives new SME revenues
  • Enhances in-house security knowledge
  • Easy to operate, fast service provisioning
  • Low initial start-up costs

For Hosted Service Providers (xSP)

Challenge

Today’s competitive market is driving down prices, resulting in shrinking revenues.

Benefits

  • Creates competitive differentiation
  • Drives immediate new revenue streams
  • Prevents DDoS collateral damage to websites in multi-tenant environments
  • Improves site performance and availability through cache and load balancing
  • Easy to operate, fast service provisioning

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