Palo Alto Networks has released its latest virtual firewall series to provide improved protection to private, hybrid and public cloud. The new VM-series will provide the enterprises the ability to realize the full agility and flexibility promises of cloud; to detect and prevent known and unknown cyber threats before they compromise their VDCs; and to choose the public, private or hybrid deployment architecture without compromising security.
Speaking about this new offering of the company, Lee Klarich, Senior Vice President of Product Management, Palo Alto Networks, said “The latest release of our VM-Series was specifically designed with the cloud in mind. It provides consistent automated protection for cloud computing environments so organizations can take advantage of the productivity and cost benefits provided by the cloud without compromising security. It delivers the freedom to deploy new applications and virtual machines and remain confident their VDCs are protected by next-generation firewall and threat prevention technology.”
The company also working in association with VMware to provide the companies with unique, integrated security and network virtualization capabilities for hybrid cloud environments. This will allow the customers to apply the same rich security policies across their private and public infrastructure.
This new solution of the company will be avavibale from October end including support for AWS and KVM. The Palo Alto Networks VM-1000-HV is expected to be available in vCloud Air by the first half of next year.