Radware Releases Defense4All, Industry-First Open SDN Security Application for OpenDaylight Project

Radware Releases Defense4All, Industry-First Open SDN Security Application for
OpenDaylight Project

Radware's SDN Application Provides DoS and DDoS Protection as a Native Network
Service in Hydrogen - First Release of Open Source SDN Platform

SANTA CLARA, Calif. and MAHWAH, N.J., Feb. 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- [OPEN
DAYLIGHT SUMMIT] -- Radware^®(Nasdaq:RDWR), a leading provider of application
delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data
centers, today announced its contribution to the OpenDaylight Project with
Defense4All, the industry's first open SDN security application to be
integrated into OpenDaylight.

Radware's Defense4All offers carriers and cloud providers DoS and DDoS
detection and mitigation as a native network service. Utilizing the
OpenDaylight SDN Controller that programs SDN-enabled networks to become part
of the DoS/DDoS protection service itself, Defense4All allows operators to
provision a DoS/DDoS protection service per virtual network segment or per
customer.

The result is complete abstraction of the anti-DoS resource provisioning and
alignment with network operations to provide, manage and monitor DoS
protection as a service within the SDN ecosystem.

"With Defense4All, we can revolutionize the way security services are
implemented and managed," says David Aviv, vice president, advanced services,
Radware. "By using the programmability of SDN technologies to collect
statistics, analyze the information and control the infrastructure layer to
proactively defend against DoS and DDoS network flood attacks, we transform
point security solutions into highly scalable network services that are easy
to provision and offer tremendous cost reduction."

Defense4All is part of the OpenDaylight SDN Controller framework (first code
release "Hydrogen") that includes the Radware's Defense4All SDN application;
and includes reference code for the automation of attack mitigation with
Radware's DefensePro^® attack mitigation product line.

Radware is also scheduled for two presentations during the OpenDaylight
Summit. On Wednesday, February 5^th, Gera Goft, senior architecture for
Radware will speak about the design process for Defense4All, and how
leveraging the collaborative development model of OpenDaylight helped expedite
the development process.

The same afternoon, Benny Rochwerger, senior architecture for Radware will
speak about the process of integrating Defense4All in OpenDaylight. Additional
information can be found at
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/opendaylight-summit

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