Arbor Cloud Wins “Best Cloud Product”

October 4, 2017

Arbor Networks Inc., the security division of NETSCOUT, announced that the Arbor Cloud DDoS managed service was named Best Cloud Product at the Cloud Excellence Awards sponsored by Computing Magazine.

This is the second major industry award recognizing Arbor Cloud for excellence in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) protection this month. Arbor Cloud was also named Best Managed Service at the CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards.

“Arbor Cloud DDoS managed services continue to gain tremendous recognition in the marketplace. Arbor understands how difficult DDoS defense can be, and we have built our service from scratch to meet the needs of all organizations. We’ve focused on the operational aspects of what makes a truly great managed service which includes transparency of operations, detailed reports on attacks and mitigations, and executive level reporting for the C-suite. Arbor Cloud provides the protection customers need and the reporting they want,” said Tom Lyons, Arbor Networks Vice President of Product Management.

Arbor Cloud offers enterprise customers affordable, fully managed DDoS protection powered by the industry’s leading technology and backed by its most experienced incident responders.

Arbor Cloud can be deployed as cloud only, hybrid – where the customer manages the on-premise solution – or fully managed, with Arbor handling all aspects of a best practice multi-layered defense.

Arbor Networks APS can be deployed as an appliance or virtual solution, delivering visibility into traffic entering the network, providing always-on DDoS attack detection and mitigation up to 40Gbps.

Arbor’s patented Cloud Signaling capability tightly integrates this on-premise protection with cloud-based defenses, automating a key component of DDoS defense and significantly reducing the time needed to mitigate attacks. This hybrid, multi-layer defense is an industry best practice for DDoS protection services, ensuring that enterprise networks are protected no matter what type of advanced DDoS attack they are facing.

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