Welcome to the Cloud Services documentation. Select a guide below to learn how to extend the next-generation security platform into the cloud for simplified deployment and reduced infrastructure and operational overhead
Read the Getting Started Guide to learn how to use the Cloud Services Portal to activate and access your Application Framework apps and services.
Provides information about each release of the Cloud Services plugin, known issues for GlobalProtect cloud service, Logging Service, and Magnifier, software compatibility information, and addressed issues.
Provides information about how the Palo Alto Networks analytics engine can help you identify network intruders quickly and efficiently. Read this guide to learn about the Magnifier user interface, installation, and the alerts that the application can raise.
Use the Log Forwarding app to forward logs from the Logging Service to a Syslog receiver. This allows you to save the GlobalProtect cloud service, firewall, and Traps data that was logged to the Logging Service for long term storage, SOC, or internal audit obligations.
Use the Logging Service Getting Started Guide to learn how to begin forwarding logs from your hardware-based and virtual (private cloud and public cloud) firewalls and from the GlobalProtect cloud service to the Logging Service.
Use the GlobalProtect Cloud Service Getting Started Guide to learn how to deploy the GlobalProtect cloud service to protect your remote network locations and mobile users.
The Traps management service is a cloud-delivered endpoint security solution that you can use to protect the endpoints in your organization.
Walks you through the process of setting up the Directory Sync Service agent to obtain attributes from your Active Directory and configuring the Directory Sync Service to communicate with the agent.
Provides help for using the Directory Sync Service agent user interface.
Provides information about the release of the Directory Sync Service, including system requirements and prerequisites for the agent, and known issues.