Organizations are rapidly migrating their enterprise applications and data onto Amazon ® Web Services. Just as they would in the data center, applications deployed on AWS ® often require outbound connectivity to applications housed in other virtual private clouds, as well as to resources located on the corporate network or the web. As the numbers of AWS accounts and VPCs grow, managing the many individual connections becomes complex and difficult, often slowing deployments. Another challenge lies in making sure the process of protecting applications and data does not become a bottleneck for new applica - tion deployments.


 

VM-Series Specsheet

The VM-Series has been optimized and expanded to deliver industry-leading performance of up to 16Gbps of App-ID-enabled firewall throughput across five models.

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VM-Series on VMware

Key features, performance capacities and specifications of VM-Series for VMWare.

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AWS Reference Architecture

This guide provides a foundation for securing network infrastructure using Palo Alto Networks® VMSeries virtualized next generation firewalls within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud.

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Azure Reference Architecture

This document provides architectural guidance for solution architects and engineers who are familiar with the next-generation firewall but not Azure.

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VM-Series on VMware NSX

Key features, performance capacities and specifications of VM-Series on VMware® NSX.

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Technical White Paper on VMware NSX and Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Integration

This technical document provides details of the VMware NSX and Palo Alto Networks integration, including descriptions of the components of the solution, and key use cases.

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