ShieldSquare is now Radware Bot Manager

ShieldSquare is now Radware Bot Manager

Radware Bot Manager helps DevOps Teams in easing burden off their shoulders

August 12, 2014 | All Automated Threats Bot Prevention Technologies

Web scraping is a real and persistent threat to site traffic, revenue, brand and network resources. This has become an additional burden for the DevOps teams of all the content websites. Already having a lot on their plate, starting from site management to the delivery systems, high priority alerts to low priority tickets within the system, this new threat is giving them sleepless nights.

Along with all kinds of responsibilities this team already is handling, scraping has now become a monstrous threat which is keeping them awake through the night. DevOps teams of renowned content sites are working through the night trying to safeguard their unique content and data from the scrapers.

Based on the recent survey we did with the DevOps teams from various internet portals, it has been seen that the systems put in place to identify scrapers stealing their content is giving the Devops team sleepless nights. They are always on the prowl and react immediately as they see a scraper alert on their mobile phone. They manually check the threat and then block it.

It’s time the process is automated and Radware Bot Manager’s Scraping Prevention Solution fits the bill, simplifies the task and helps the Devops team to get back to their core jobs. Radware Bot Manager Cloud service can be seamlessly integrated to any web application by inserting a REST API and a Java Script. For every web request, ShieldSquare API collects multiple parameters, differentiates between the genuine traffic and scrapers real-time and blocks them automatically. It uses the most sought after and sophisticated Big data analysis to block more bots and ensures zero false positives.

With Radware Bot Manager, DevOps team can happily focus on their core jobs and effectively be utilised.

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