Palo Alto Next Generation Firewalls

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Our next-generation firewalls are all based on a consistent Single-Pass Architecture, enabling security capability that is unique in the industry. This architecture is implemented in a portfolio of both physical and virtual appliances, designed to cover a range of performance and use case requirements.

Features and management are consistent across the portfolio. Integration with GlobalProtect™ mobile security service extends policy-based security to mobile devices (whether on-premises or remote). Integration with our threat intelligence services keeps information up to date for the firewall (e.g., URL categories, threat signatures). WildFire™ cloud-based malware analysis environment integration supports a rapid “feedback loop” that enables the firewall to stop advanced threats throughout the attack lifecycle.

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firewalls, palo alto, pa 7000, pa 5000, pa 3000
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    Data centers are evolving to include a mix of static hardware and cloud computing technologies. This evolution has led to lower CapEx costs, advances in operational efficiencies, and an improvement in data center hardware infrastructure effectiveness. However, with great change comes great challenge. While the threats remain the same, there are differences between how cloud-based computing technologies should be protected and securing traditional hardware-based data centers.

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