Paloalto Network Products

Palo Alto Firewall PA Series
Palo Alto Networks PA Series Firewall

Next-generation firewall model families include Palo Alto Networks PA-4000 Series and the PA-2000 Series, along with the newly released PA-500 and range from 250Mbps to 10Gbps in throughput capacity. Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls are built on a strong networking foundation, offer a familiar policy management interface and offer unprecedented features for your security infrastructure.

Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Firewall - PA-220 Series

The PA-220 next-generation firewall safely enables applications and prevents modern cyber threats. Suitable for small organizations, branch offices and retail locations, the PA-220 desktop form factor brings you the same PAN-OS features that protect your largest data centers, including high availability with active/active and active/passive modes.

Palo Alto Networks Enterprise Firewall - PA-800 Series

The PA-5200 Series next-generation firewalls prevent threats, and safely enable applications, across a diverse set of high-performance use cases (e.g., Internet Gateway, Data Center, and Service Provider environments). The series includes the PA-5260, PA-5250, and PA-5220 which provide predictable performance with deep visibility into and control over all traffic, including encrypted traffic.

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Palo Alto Prisma
Palo Alto Networks Prisma Cloud

Prisma™ Cloud delivers complete security across the development lifecycle on any cloud, enabling you to develop cloud native applications with confidence.
The modern enterprise requires cloud native security
The move to the cloud has changed all aspects of the application development lifecycle – security being foremost among them. Security and DevOps teams face a growing number of entities to secure as the organization adopts cloud native approaches. Ever-changing environments challenge developers to build and deploy at a frantic pace, while security teams remain responsible for the protection and compliance of the entire lifecycle.

Comprehensive cloud native security

Deliver complete visibility, automation, detection and response across any compute, network or cloud service. Enforce hundreds of out-of-the-box governance policies that help ensure compliance and enforce good behavior.

Full lifecycle

Eliminate issues early and prevent alert fatigue by seamlessly integrating security early and throughout the application lifecycle, from IDE, SCM, CI/CD and registries to runtime .Leverage continuous vulnerability management and automated risk prioritization across the entire cloud native stack and lifecycle. Easily investigate any incident.

Across any cloud

Monitor, secure and maintain compliance on multi- and hybrid-cloud environments with a single integrated platform. Leverage purpose-built solutions for public clouds, such as AWS®, Google Cloud™ and Microsoft Azure®, as well as secure your on-premises investments like OpenShift®.

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Palo Alto Virtualized Firewalls

The VM-Series supports the exact same next-generation firewall and advanced threat prevention features available in our physical form factor appliances, allowing you to safely enable applications flowing into, and across your private, public and hybrid cloud computing environments.
Automation features such as VM monitoring, dynamic address groups and a REST-based API allow you to proactively monitor VM changes dynamically feeding that context into security policies, thereby eliminating the policy lag that may occur when your VMs change.

Key VM-Series Features and Capabilities:

The VM-Series protects your applications and data with next-generation security features that deliver superior visibility, precise control, and threat prevention at the application level. Automation features and centralized management allow you to embed security into your application development process, ensuring security can keep pace with the speed of the cloud.

VM-series on microsoft azure

The VM-Series allows you to embrace a prevention-based approach to protecting your applications and data on Azure. Automation and centralized management features enable you to embed next-generation security in your Azure application workflow so security can keep pace with development.

VM-Series On Linux KVM

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a leading open source hypervisor that service providers and enterprises alike use to build and deploy cloud computing environments. Linux KVM, in conjunction with OpenStack®, represents a complete open source software-based offering that combines the cost reduction of cloud computing with the benefits of open source.

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Palo Alto Networks Cortex
Palo Alto Networks Cortex XDR

Security teams often lack the visibility and automation required to stop attacks. Siloed tools like endpoint detection and response (EDR) and network traffic analysis (NTA) collect large amounts of data, but they also force analysts to pivot from console to console to verify threats, increasing complexity and slowing down investigations. Faced with a shortage of cybersecurity professionals, teams must simplify their operations, or they will struggle to investigate and stop attacks

Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR

Security teams lack the people and scalable processes to keep pace with an overwhelming volume of alerts and endless security tasks. Analysts waste time pivoting across consoles for data collection, determining false positives, and performing manual, repetitive tasks throughout the lifecycle of an incident. As they face a growing skills shortage, security leaders deserve more time to make decisions that matter, rather than drown in reactive, piecemeal responses.

Cortex Data Lake

Identifying and stopping sophisticated attacks requires using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning across all your enterprise’s data. Current approaches leave data hidden in siloes across your security infrastructure, limiting the effectiveness of analytics. As data continues to grow, legacy hardware-based deployments can’t scale, which introduces operational burdens and high costs—all with limited capacity that makes useful data unwieldy or unavailable.


Palo Alto Networks, provider of the industry-leading next-generation firewall, has made the world’s highest-fidelity repository of threat intelligence, sourced from the largest network of sensors,1 available for any team or tool to consume.

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Management (Panorama)
M-200 Management Appliance

The Palo Alto Networks® M-200 and M-600 appliances are multi-function appliances that you can configure to function in Panorama™ Management mode, Panorama Management-only mode, Panorama Log Collector mode, or PAN-DB Private Cloud mode.

M-500 Management Appliance

Security deployments are complex and can overload IT teams with complex security rules and mountains of data from multiple sources. Panorama™ network security management empowers you with easy-to-implement, consolidated policy creation and centralized management features. Set up and control firewalls centrally with industry-leading functionality and an efficient rule base, and gain insight into network-wide traffic and threats.

M-600 Management Appliance

The Palo Alto Networks® M-600 and M-600 appliances are multi-function appliances that you can configure to function in Panorama™ Management mode, Panorama Management-only mode, Panorama Log Collector mode, or PAN-DB Private Cloud mode.

Palo Alto Networks Panorama

Panorama is a centralized management system that provides global visibility and control over multiple Palo Alto Networks next generation firewalls through an easy to use web-based interface. Panorama enables administrators to view aggregate or device-specific application, user, and content data and manage multiple Palo Alto Networks firewalls—all from a central location.

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