Are you ready to deploy a Next Generation Firewall?
Lemarchand 2 years ago
Is Palo Alto the only true NGFW? SonicWall? Juniper SRX? Do you think that Gartner's definition of a NGFW is correct? Does anyone know of a matrix that maps out which vendors products truly meet the guidelines and which ones are just bolt on "catch up" attempts to create a NGFW?
Is the technology still in its infancy or is it mature enough to be deployed in major enterprises?
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