Not sure what those products are, but traditional glazes typically go on before the wax or sealant and are used to mask problems in the clear or to add gloss. An example of such a product is Meguiar's #7 "show car glaze".
Personally, there are so many great sealants and waxes now that glazes are largely useless from my perspective. I view them as "make-up" for the paint. They might be worth it if you are trying to add depth to win a car show, but other than that, I think they are a waste or time.
Best bet is really just to make sure the paint is corrected (no swirls, water marks, etc) then seal it with a wax or polymer based product.