Silverstream Chooses Radware Product to Enhance Web Presence

Radware (Nasdaq: RDWR), a leading provider of Internet Traffic Management (ITM) solutions enabling continuous access to Web sites, IP applications, and content, today announced that SilverStream Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSSW), a leading global Internet infrastructure company, uses Radware's ITM products to enhance its corporate Web site.

Radware's Web Server Director (WSD), a product designed to provide high-availability, fault-tolerant robust solutions for serving data from server farms, is currently used by SilverStream Software to maintain a constant presence on the Web.

SilverStream Software employs the award-winning Web Server Director-Pro (WSD-Pro) ITM solution on its site to route traffic through its network, to IP addresses and for balancing the overall load by intelligently connecting visitors to its Web site in an orderly fashion. "A load balancing solution should be seamless and transparent," said Mike Long, VP of marketing and technology for Radware, Inc. "Customers logging on to SilverStream's site will have no idea where the traffic is directed but they will quickly gain access," Long said.

"For the SilverStream Software site we designed a cluster of multiple systems fed by a database server," said Jason DeGeorge, Web Application Developer, SilverStream Software. To help insure the Web site is available and responsive, SilverStream installed the WSD-Pro on a LAN subnet between the Web server farm and the Internet gateway.

The WSD-Pro's dynamic polling feature monitors the health of the servers and the software, and can initiate defensive actions. "If we have server or component failure, the WSD-Pro takes it out of the loop, routes all incoming traffic around the failed device to another server, and alerts the network administrator. We can even perform maintenance and server upgrades without taking the site down. It's quite beneficial and transparent," added DeGeorge.

About SilverStream

SilverStream Software, Inc., a global Internet infrastructure company, provides software and services for building, deploying and managing large-scale Internet, e-commerce, business-to-business, enterprise portal and intranet applications. The SilverStream Application Server offers customers a proven, scalable and reliable platform with comprehensive support for the Java2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) standard, plus value-add features for rapid application development and deployment. Used in corporations throughout the world, the SilverStream Application Server is changing the way business is being conducted in Fortune 2000 companies such as ARCO, Ameritech, Bell Atlantic, Chevron and the Chicago Stock Exchange.

SilverStream Software is publicly traded on the NASDAQ national market under the symbol (SSSW) and is based in Burlington, Massachusetts.

About Radware

Radware develops, manufacturers and markets products that manage and direct Internet traffic among network resources to enable continuous access to Web sites and services, applications and content based on the Internet protocol. Radware offers a broad range of Internet traffic management solutions to service providers, e-commerce businesses and corporate enterprises that require uninterrupted availability and optimal performance of IP-based applications that are critical to their business. Radware's Internet traffic management solutions enable its customers to manage their network infrastructure to bypass system failures and to scale their network infrastructure to accommodate increasing IP traffic. Radware's products improve the productivity of network infrastructure by distributing traffic within a network to optimize the use of available network resources. Radware's products can be deployed either as independent solutions to address specific application needs at a particular location within a network or as an end-to-end integrated solution to manage traffic throughout a network.

This press release may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, general business conditions in the Internet traffic management industry, changes in demand for Internet traffic management products, the timing and amount or cancellation of orders and other risks detailed from time to time in Radware's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including Radware's Form F-1.