Businesses are moving more services to the cloud, making them highly dependent on network availability. A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack can quickly overwhelm a network, taking services offline. The potential impact of such an outage will be immediate and potentially severe, as customers and other users will be locked out, potentially for a significant amount of time.
IDE Group has deployed the A10 Networks Thunder TPS, into the fabric of our network. A10 TPS provides high-performance, network-wide protection from DDoS attacks, maintaining service availability against a variety of volumetric, protocol, resource, and other sophisticated application attacks.
Protection against all attack types
Hugely scalable to cope with any volume
Emergency mitigation while under attack
IDE Group’s carrier grade DDOS protection is designed to detect and alert suspicious activity in our network, as well as mitigate its impact. All IDE Group customers with equipment and services deployed ‘On-net’ automatically benefit from 24×7×365 DDoS monitoring and analysis.
High-speed detection and forensic analysis software analyses all IDE Group’s network traffic. When any system starts behaving unusually, IDE Group’s Network Operations Centre and the A10 TPS platform are alerted. The A10 TPS solution then mitigates the effects of DDoS attacks by automatically redirecting traffic.
The solution supports a huge set of features to validate, block or rate-limit the traffic entering our network. Service availability is maintained whatever attack type is employed, volumetric, protocol, resource or even application-level attacks. DDoS traffic is routed through the A10 TPS platform and ‘scrubbed’, to remove the malicious traffic. Clean traffic is then delivered, ensuring that your service is not impacted in any way.
Multi-vector application and network protection
- Entire IDE Group network monitored
Deep packet inspection for rapid response
Clean port and DDoS protected IP Transit options
Manages attacks in excess of 100Gbps
Capacity to add nodes as traffic increases