GlobalProtect cloud service 1.3.0 has the following new features and documentation updates for those features:
Quality of Service (QoS) – The same QoS marking and shaping features as are available today in Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls.
Support for more than three service connections –You can now configure up to 100 service connections.
Additional Bandwidth Choices for Remote Networks – You can now select 20 or 150 Mbps, in addition to the existing bandwidth choices.
Expanded Visibility for Mobile Users – You can check the mobile users’ client OS, last login time, and public IP address in the Panorama > Cloud Services > Status > Status area.
Multiple GlobalProtect Cloud Service Instances on a Single Panorama Appliance (Multi-Tenancy) – You can host and manage multiple GlobalProtect cloud service instances (tenants) on a single Panorama appliance.
GlobalProtect App Generate Ticket Option – GlobalProtect cloud service now supports the GlobalProtect app feature which allows users to disable the GlobalProtect app for Windows or Mac when they have an administrator-provided ticket number.
Persistent Public IP Addresses for Mobile User Gateways – GlobalProtect cloud service now assigns a unique set of IP addresses for existing mobile users and reserves an extra set for possible mobile user scaling events.
PAN-OS 8.1 Support – Support for PAN-OS features that were released in 8.1.
Other recent tech docs updates:
Instructions to secure a Citrix SD-WAN with GlobalProtect cloud service
A table that shows how and when GlobalProtect cloud service updates its software components
A new chapter in the Compatibility Matrix showing features that GlobalProtect cloud service supports
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