Infrastructure DDoS Protection
Incapsula Infrastructure Protection safeguards critical network assets by providing DDoS mitigation for any application. Our SLA guarantees that all assaults will be blocked within 10 seconds.
Infrastructure DDoS Protection can be combined with Incapsula CDN and WAF to protect web assets and underlying server infrastructure.GET QUOTE
BGP-based DDoS Mitigation
Infrastructure Protection protects entire networks by leveraging Incapsula network’s multi-Terabit scrubbing capacity and high-capacity packet processing capabilities to instantly mitigate the largest, most sophisticated DDoS attacks.
Incapsula supports multiple deployment models, including Cross Connect, GRE tunnels, and Equinix Cloud Exchange. Infrastructure Protection is available as an always-on or on-demand service, with flow-based monitoring and support for automatic or manual switchover.
Instantly Stop Attacks of All Sizes
Incapsula global network has over (Terabits per second) of scrubbing capacity and the ability to process 30 billion packets per second. Once activated, the service blocks any attack in less than 10 seconds.
Our mesh network of data centers enables round-trip times of <50 milliseconds to 90+% of the world, ensuring smooth performance even when your server is under attack.
Infrastructure Protection is available as an always-on service or as an on-demand solution, with either manual or automatic switchover.
SECURE ASSETS ACROSS CLOUD ENVIRONMENTS
Infrastructure Protection protects any network-layer asset, including AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, whether in a hosted, private cloud, or public cloud environment.
Direct Protection (Optional)
A direct, layer 2 connection to Incapsula scrubbing centers is available for always-on deployments or environments that are highly sensitive to latency.
Support for Any Type of Service
Infrastructure Protection supports any type of service, including TCP, UDP, SMTP, FTP, SSH, VoIP and proprietary or custom protocols.
Up-to-the-second dashboards show attack traffic details, including vector types, traffic by PoP and IP range statistics.