Google Cloud CDN vs Incapsula: What are the differences?
Developers describe Google Cloud CDN as "Low-latency, low-cost content delivery using Google's global network". Google Cloud CDN leverages Google's globally distributed edge caches to accelerate content delivery for websites and applications served out of Google Compute Engine. Cloud CDN lowers network latency, offloads origins, and reduces serving costs. Once you've set up HTTP(S) Load Balancing, simply enable Cloud CDN with a single checkbox. On the other hand, Incapsula is detailed as "Cloud-based service that makes websites safer, faster and more reliable". Through an application-aware, global content delivery network (CDN), Incapsula provides any website and web application with best-of-breed security, DDoS protection, load balancing and failover solutions.
Google Cloud CDN and Incapsula can be categorized as "Content Delivery Network" tools.
Some of the features offered by Google Cloud CDN are:
On the other hand, Incapsula provides the following key features:
- Website Security and WAF
- Unmatched web application security experience, enhanced by real-time big data analytics, enables Incapsula to provide best-of-breed security to the world's businesses. DDoS Protection
- Combining a robust network backbone and industry-acclaimed traffic inspection solutions, Incapsula provides protection against all application, network, and protocol-based DDoS attacks. CDN
According to the StackShare community, Incapsula has a broader approval, being mentioned in 98 company stacks & 6 developers stacks; compared to Google Cloud CDN, which is listed in 6 company stacks and 3 developer stacks.